Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately not. Due to the many requests, I am no longer able to see patients directly or treat them. I look after patients all over the world and only in exceptional cases do I find enough time to carry out the treatments myself.

We can treat severe illnesses with individual measures. That is why we support our patients at every stage of the disease. Based on my experiences, I don’t believe in hopeless cases.

Effective treatment must take into account many aspects of the person and the body. By integrative oncology we mean the use of therapies that can increase the effectiveness of cancer treatments and reduce their side effects. The reactivation of the immune system, a change in lifestyle, a healthy diet and the treatment of the tumor with alternative substances are important elements of integrative treatments.

We always recommend classical therapies if we are convinced that the patient will benefit from them. However, in such situations we always advise combining the treatment with special methods to reduce the side effects and increase the effect.

Cancer cells or precursors develop in our body every day and are recognized and killed by our immune cells. Our immune system is the most effective protection and, at the same time, a powerful weapon against cancer.

Traditional oncological treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy kill cancer cells and weaken the immune system.

Therefore, we consider it very important to reduce the side effects on our immune cells to a minimum or increase their number and effectiveness through appropriate measures.

Successful cancer therapy without taking the immune system into account is not possible.

Children are not small adults. Their metabolism differs in many ways. For example, they metabolise drugs at different rates.

We, therefore, leave the treatment of children to specialised centres. In individual cases, we treat adolescents.

After a precise analysis of their condition and findings, every patient receives a treatment plan tailored to their needs. When creating a treatment plan, we take into account, among other things:

– Tumour type & location
– Tumour stage
– Metastases
– Organ functions
– Age and general condition of the patient
– Pre-existing illness
– Previous cancer therapies
– State of the immune system