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Cancer therapy lexicon


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Some normal genes may be transformed into genes that promote the growth of cancer.  Its presence may give us information about how likely it is that a cancer will spread.

Oncological hyperthermia is an ideal combination therapy; it provides synergies with most of conventional treatment modalities.

Oncologist is a physician who specializes in cancer therapy.

Oncology is the medical specialty that deals with the diagnosis, treatment and study of cancer.


Oncothermia is a new kind of hyperthermia. The generic (scientific) name of oncothermia is modulated electro-hyperthermia (mEHT). It is a further development of the heating method, heating selectively the malignant cells instead of the complete isothermal heating of the tumor-mass.



The main characteristics of Oncothermia:


Oncothermia is active in all solid tumors. Oncothermia has no side effects and has only rare contraindications. Oncothermia is a combined energy absorption with modulated electric field. Oncologists or other medical specialists treat with the Oncothermia method worldwide. During the Oncothermia treatment the tumour tissue is selectively treated, the malignance is destroyed, the healthy tissue is unaffected. Efficacy of chemotherapy and radiotherapy is improved by the Oncothermia treatment. Oncothermia treatment reestablishes the intercellular junctions, supresses the dissemination. Oncothermia is also called modulated electro-hyperthermia (mEHT), induces immunogenic cell-death. Oncothermia improves the quality of life, reduces the side-effects of other treatments. Oncothermia is a proven method since 30 years with more than 250.000 treatments yearly.  


You can read the following links for getting a general overview about the Oncothermia:


Oncothermia method

Oncotherm products description with video

Oncothermia books

Oncothermia Journals

Clinical publication

of Oncothermia

Collection of experimental publications of Oncothermia

Worldwide Oncothermia clinics

Oncotherm research & education partnerships

Oncotherm certificates


Ovarian cancer
Cancer occurs when cells in an area of the body grow abnormally. Ovarian cancer is the seventh most common cancer among women.
The ovary is a female reproduction organ that produces ova or eggs.