Dr. Adem Günes is an expert in complementary oncological therapies and has many years of experience with the following treatments, some of which he has developed further.

With local hyperthermia, tumour areas are irradiated and reduced in size using (non-radioactive) radio waves.

Head hyperthermia is a method for treating primary brain tumours or metastases

Systemic whole-body hyperthermia is a method of fever therapy. The entire body is warmed up. The goal is a natural activation of the immune system.

High-dose vitamin C leads to oxidative stress in cancer cells and can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.

Curcumin is extracted from the turmeric plant and has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Resveratrol is a natural substance with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Quercetin is an antioxidant substance found in many vegetables and fruits.

The immune building program aims to strengthen the immune system.

Due to the low dose, severe side effects can be avoided.

The program uses plant molecules that inhibit tumor growth while strengthening the immune system.

The goal of the anti-angiogenesis program is to disrupt the formation of new blood vessels in the tumors and thus inhibit their growth.

In metronomic chemotherapy, patients receive low-dose chemotherapy over a regular and long period of time.

The program aims to target the metabolic processes in the cancer cell.

Apigenin is a plant pigment and is found in various vegetables and spices. It has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial and antiviral properties.

Artemisinin is a natural substance found in the leaves and flowers of the mugwort (Artemisia annua).

EGCG stands for epigallocatechin gallate and is an important antioxidant of green tea.

6-Shogaol is a substance from ginger and reactivates self-destruction in cancer cells.

Sulforaphane is a powerful antioxidant that is present in high concentrations in cabbage and broccoli.

Hydroxytyrosole is a substance from olive with strong antioxidant properties.