Biological Cancer Therapy

The principles on which conventional cancer therapies are based have proven to be insufficient. Despite all the so-called ‘advances’ in cancer treatments, almost 50% of all affected patients are still dying (Krebsregister RKI 2015). Those, who aim at achieving better results must relinquish conventional treatment guidelines and take a different path.

In many cases it is possible to create a supplementary treatment plan that can be implemented during or following conventional treatment. The fundamental basis of biological tumour treatment is to consider every patient individually. We only apply therapeutic measures that have proven to be highly effective and that are supported by scientific facts.


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The practice of overheating tumour cells with the aid of hyperthermia has been in use since the days of antiquity. For the past 100 years the method has been under scientific investigation.  Read more »

Photodynamic Therapy

The photodynamic therapy (PDT) is one of the most promising approaches to the treatment of various cancers. Read more »


Galvanotherapy is a minimally invasive, organ preserving, ambulant tumour therapy. Read more »

Infusion Therapy

An individually tailored infusion programme can significantly enhance treatment efficiency. Read more »

Dendritic Cell Therapy

This tried and tested method of ‘tumour inoculation’ is increasingly gaining recognition among International practitioners of conventional medicine as a valid cancer therapy. Read more »

Specialised Laboratory Testing

Highly specialised laboratory testing is available in order to render therapies, aimed at treating tumours, more targeted and specific. Read more »