Infusion Therapy and Tumours

Whenever a strong therapeutic effect is called for and rapid action is desired, infusion therapy makes sense as a supportive measure to regenerate and promote cell- and mitochondrial function. This has a positive impact on the immune system and is often recommended in tumour treatment.

Also, certain macro- and micronutrient deficiencies that frequently show up in laboratory reports, can be balanced quickly and directly.

An individualised infusion regimen can be tailored to each patient’s needs and may be further modified in accordance with specialised laboratory testing.

In general, every cancer, no matter at which stage of the disease, can be treated or supplemented with infusions.

Application in Daily Practice

An infusion can be given daily, multiple times a week or just once a week. The frequency depends on the individual pattern of disease and the entire treatment programme. Usually 1-3 infusions are given in succession within 1-2 hours.

A single infusion does not make the therapeutic success. Often, series of 10-15 infusions are given and depending on the disease and the laboratory reports, it may make sense to regularly repeat the therapy. This will be determined on an individual basis.

Infusion Protocols and Active Ingredients

In scientific studies and in daily practice certain substances have proven effective against cancer. For each disease we utilise specifically proven active ingredients and compounds. Here a selection:

  • Amygdalin / B17
  • Artemisinin/Artesunate
  • Chlorin E6
  • Curcumin
  • DCA (Dichloroacetic acid)
  • DMSO
  • EGCG (Green Tea Extract)
  • GcMAF
  • H2O2
  • Hypericin
  • ICG/Indocyanine green
  • Mistletoe
  • Ozone
  • Protocol N infusion
  • High Dose Vitamin C infusion