Klinik St. George
Their standard cancer protocol is a week of detoxification and the strengthening of the immune system with diet and nutritional supplements, followed by two weeks of localized hyperthermia treatment and low-dose chemotherapy.
In addition to conventional medicine (surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy) they offer nutritional supplements, detoxification, biological/nontoxic treatments that include phytotherapy, mistletoe, hormones, cytokines, biological response modifiers, immune therapy, hyperthermia, Galvanotherapy, and psychological therapies including group therapy, guided imagery and art therapy.
We have received some positive and some negative reports on this clinic. We have heard they have done well with some prostate and breast cancers. However, the complaints we have received include: Some people have not been told upfront that it many need to go back to the clinic two or three times to complete treatment. Their standard program runs about $6,000 per week, with whole body hyperthermia costs an additional $2500 per session, so the cost to go two or three times can be prohibitive. We have heard they will consider financial constraints. We have also heard that some insurance companies will cover treatments at this facility. A couple of people said they were told that their tumors had reduced in size or that their cancer was gone, without adequate testing to verify this. Be sure you have appropriate tests to confirm how the treatment is working. Many find this clinic to be too conventional, so be sure to understand this in an "integrated" clinic. Patients are not always warned how taxing hyperthermia can be or that the low dose chemo can still have side effects, including hair loss. Be sure to ask about this. There have also been a couple of complaints about the food.
The most positive reports we are hearing are coming from those with prostate cancer who did their complete program, not just the hyperthermia and low dose chemo.
Per the clinic, you can contact a doctor weekdays (German time - they are 10 hours ahead of us) for a consultation. However, we have found the best way to contact them is by fax, sending your medical records for evaluation. If you email, they say it sometimes takes a few days to get back to you, so faxing seems to be the best option.
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