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Treatment is always focused on the specifi c patient involved, meaning that the method and the electric fi eld are specifi cally adjusted to the patient. Nanothermia supports natural processes of the human body (including apoptosis, immune system response …). It is complementary to accepted conventional oncological treatment methods, it can be combined with all types of chemotherapy and radiation therapy and it can support the pre- and post-operative phases of surgical treatment. Nanothermia  presents no risks for the patient. On the contrary: patients tend to fi nd the treatment even pleasant. Nanothermia  is not intended to serve as a sole cancer therapy, however. It is closely oriented to conventional medical treatment and should be used in a supporting role with such treatment. Studies have shown that a combination of Nanothermia and radiation or chemotherapy can be highly effective, and that Nanothermia  strongly enhances the effects of such other treatments. Nanothermia .

Nanothermia  in combination with mytomycin-C A combination of Nanothermia  treatments and mytomycin-C chemotherapy can sharply increase cell-death rates, by to up to 66.1%. This implies that Nanothermia  boosts the effects of chemotherapy and can enhance the results obtained at the cellular level. While conventional Hyperthermia also improves the effects at the cellular level, its improvement rate, at 7.7%, is much lower than that provided by

Nanothermia  in combination with radiation therapy Depending on the tumor’s blood-perfusion status, Nanothermia  treatment is applied either prior to or after the ionizing radiation. With low blood perfusion, the aim is to increase the oxygen content of the blood, to support the therapy‘s ionization effect. That end calls for the Nanothermia  treatment to use a low energy dose. In case of high blood perfusion, radiation is normally expected to be highly effective. For best results,
Nanothermia treatments following radiation must provide the maximum possible (tolerable) energy dose.

Nanothermia  and surgery
Nanothermia  treatment for patients with inoperable rectal carcinoma. After treatment, 71% of the patients were operable (Prof. H. Renner, Hyperthermia Symposium, Cologne, October 2003)
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