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Assuming tumor is required, the following results were found.

  • 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...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/neoadjuvant-hyperthermia.html
  • Faq

    In what types of malignancies is shown hyperthermia? Any solid tumor in each district body When there is no possibility to run applications of hyperthermia? If there is the presence of pleural effusion or ascites Is it an invasive procedure? No, the...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/last-news/frequently-asked-questions.html
  • Peritoneal carcinosis and hyperthermia

    membrane that covers and contains the abdominal viscera, keeping them anchored to the abdomen wall. It can be invaded by tumor cells and significant problems may stem from the spread of neoplastic disease in this area. Moreover, the lack of...

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

    SCLC is one of the most aggressive pulmonary diseases. Surgery of this tumor type is not feasible because of its tendency to metastasize very early in its developement, and that suggests a systemic disease from the beginning. The small cell (SCLC) is...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/the-small-cell-lung-cancer.html
  • Hyperthermia: my experience

    but by the general public too. The 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...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/hyperthermia-my-experience.html
  • Chromogranin A

    Tumor markers are an aid in monitoring the advancement of a neoplastic disease that has already been diagnosed. They include various kinds of substances produced in excess by the diseased cells which can be measured in the patient's plasma or serum....

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/chromogranin-a.html
  • Liver metastases

    and homeostasis in the body. Unfortunately, this biochemistry central is often the perfect colonization site for many tumors which originate in other organs. Liver metastases are characteristic of tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, of the pancreas,...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/liver-metastases.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

    Among the skin cancers, Melanoma is certainly the most formidable. This tumor affects melanocytes, the cells that produce melanin, the substance which protects the body from the harmful effects of UV rays. Needless to say, excessive exposure to...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/melanoma.html
  • Our Mission

    wish to make the general public aware of the existence of an effective method in the fight against cancer: hyperthermia. A tumor disease strikes the whole family as a raging storm, becoming not only disease for the individual, but affecting his/her...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/mission/our-mission.html
  • The relationship with the doctor

    complexity of biological problems that arise related diseases. Not so the patient with cancer. Already dismembered body, the tumor enters the Hall of Mirrors of his many kind players, which refer back to an identity fragmented. He must resign...

    https://www.oncological-hyperthermia.com/articles/the-relationship-with-the-doctor.html

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