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Assuming chemotherapy is required, the following results were found.

  • Faq

    worthy of note? No, the procedure is harmless Interferes with other treatments? No, indeed synergize the effect of chemotherapy and radiotherapy How long does an application? An hour How many sessions have to be done? It is 10 sessions, repeated over...

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  • Neoadjuvant Hyperthermia

    When a tumor is too extensive to be removed immmediately, you may use chemotherapy before the surgery, in order to reduce the tumor mass. This kind of treatment is called neoadjuvant chemotherapy and generally, the patient delivered to the surgeon...

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  • Oncological Hyperthermia a novel approach in cancer cure

    conditions are particularly favoured by hyperthermia. In my experience as oncology doctor, specialised in anti-tumour chemotherapy, I have been able to verify the usefulness of an integrated approach to oncologic pathology. In reality the complexity of...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/flash-news/oncological-hyperthermia-a-novel-approach-in-cancer-cure.html
  • Peritoneal carcinosis and hyperthermia

    capacitive hyperthermia (external hyperthermia) be useful? Hyperthermia may enhance the local effect of cytotoxic drugs (chemotherapy) improving their diffusion through the vasodilation that is locally caused by the heat. Hyperthermia can be used in all...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/peritoneal-carcinosis-and-hyperthermia.html
  • The small cell lung cancer

    in its developement, and that suggests a systemic disease from the beginning. The small cell (SCLC) is very sensitive to chemotherapy and radiotherapy (because of the cell being highly kinetic) and therefore usually responds brilliantly to the first...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/the-small-cell-lung-cancer.html
  • Liver metastases

    is the thermal ablation, which consists in the direct application of electrodes on the tumor mass to burn it. Systemic chemotherapy is equally effective, more so when new generation drugs are combined together . Even locoregional chemotherapy (via...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/liver-metastases.html
  • Peritoneal carcinosis: role of hyperthermia

    during surgery. Let me explain: During the intervention the patient's abdomen is perfused with a combination of several chemotherapy drugs heated to about 42 ° C, so that tissue penetration . After the surgery, it is possible to execute upkeeping...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/peritoneal-carcinosis-role-of-hyperthermia.html
  • Bibliography

    carcinoma. A clinical and in vitro experience that focuses the problem of schedule dependence in combination therapy. Chemotherapy. 2007;53(3):218-25. Epub 2007 Mar 15. PMID: 17363844 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Pastore C, Seminara P, Iascone C,...

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  • Hyperthermia: my experience

    first case I am writing about, is that of a lady of 76, suffering from a metastatic tumor in the uterus. Treated with chemotherapy for 2 years, and having exhausted every other pharmacological option, she turned to me to be treated with hyperthermia....

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/hyperthermia-my-experience.html
  • Medical staff

    Exp Med. 2008 Dec;8(4):225-7. Epub 2008 Sep 30. PMID: 18825479 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Antiangiogenic metronomic chemotherapy and hyperthermia in the palliation of advanced cancer . Franchi F, Grassi P, Ferro D, Pigliucci G, De Chicchis M,...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/specialist/carlo-pastore.html
  • Hyperthermia: the state of the art

    Oncological hyperthermia is going through a second youth. Since the first experiments back in the '80s, many are the improvements apported to the method of this kind of treatment . Not only in the comprehension of the working mechanisms of hyperthermia...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/hyperthermia-the-state-of-the-art.html
  • Port-a-cath (CVC)

    Very often I find myself discussing about the usefulness of the installation of a port-a-cath with the patient and his family members. What is it? It is a device implanted beneath the skin with deep cannulation of a vein that allows to always have a...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/port-a-cath-cvc.html
  • Melanoma

    liver, lungs and brain. What is the role of radiotherapy and hyperthermia? Unfortunately, melanoma responds poorly to chemotherapy and in case of strategically placed injuries (which lead to a compressive effect or pain), it is advisable to combine...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/melanoma.html
  • Hyperthermia: how to open a therapeutic Center ?

    rise. This is an undeniable fact, and just as undeniable are the benefits that can be derived from its combination with chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Unfortunately, in many areas of the world hyperthermia is a new practice, largely underestimated or...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/hyperthermia-how-to-open-a-therapeutic-center.html
  • The relationship with the doctor

    uses multiple scientific alibi. The multi-specialty approach, they say, requires different skills of the surgeon, the chemotherapy, the radiation oncologist, immunologist, and so on. The patient is no longer a unit, but a set of parts that will remain...

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