Combined alternative cancer treatment Worldwide
What is included?
- clinical history-taking
- medical records review
- physical examination
- consultation with an oncologist
- complete blood count (CBC)
- biochemical analysis of blood (kidney and liver function tests, electrolytes)
- inflammation blood tests
- ultrasound imaging
- CT/MRI scan
- pre-procedure patient preparation
- biological infusion therapy:
- Chlorin E6
- Dichloroacetate (DCA)
- Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO)
- Vitamin B17 (amygdalin)
- high dose of Vitamin C
- whole-body hyperthermia
- photodynamic therapy (PDT)
- galvanotherapy (percutaneous electrical tumor therapy)
- post-procedure care
- symptomatic treatment
- cost of the drugs
- cost of essential medicines
- cost of essential materials
- nursing service
- discharge medical records
- further recommendations
What is Combined alternative program?
Alternative cancer treatments are therapies instead of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, the most common cancer treatments. Some people with cancer choose to use complementary or integrative medicine, which means they use standard treatments and other methods. But it's important to remember that scientific research on alternative cancer treatments is still limited and continued.
Alternative cancer treatments include medications like antimalarial remedies, photosensitizers, herbal substances, apoptosis inductances, antioxidants, large doses of vitamins, and others. Also, combined cancer treatments use physical factors: light (photodynamic therapy), electricity (electrochemical therapy), and high temperature (whole-body hyperthermia). Each of these methods works differently. Their common feature is to kill cancer cells with minimal impact on healthy tissues.
These methods may have some potential for cancer treatment. However, they have not been proven effective and should not be used as a substitute for standard cancer treatments. The decision is made after a detailed medical examination, image verification, lab blood test, etc. After the combined treatments, the patient should be monitored to get help in the case of side effects or complications.
Clinics for Combined alternative program Worldwide
Doctors for Combined alternative program Worldwide
Where can I find Combined alternative program?
Combined alternative cancer treatment is available in Germany. Find out more about treatment destinations with AiroMedical.
What is the cost of Combined alternative program?
The average price is €23,691.00. The cheapest option starts from €23,691.00 and the maximum cost can reach €23,691.00. Check AiroMedical to find the most suitable medical deal for your budget.