Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (ALL) – Alternative Treatment & Therapie

Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia is a malignant degeneration and ageing disorder of the white blood cells. In this condition, the body produces immature white blood cells (lymphocytes), the so-called “blast cells”. Currently about one in 100,000 people suffer from Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (ALL). Typically, 80 percent of new patients are children aged three to five years.

The disease often begins with a sudden fever, patients feel down and tired and are suffering from night sweats and a general feeling of illness with bone and joint pain. It is often accompanied by headache and vomiting (especially when the the central nervous system is involved).

Usually a rapidly progressive bone marrow failure occurs (decrease of bone marrow function), i.e. a weakening of healthy hematopoiesis ( the process of production, multiplication, and specialization of blood cells in the bone marrow) with a deficiency of erythrocytes (red blood cells) and thrombocytes (platelets). Usually increasing general weakness is associated with this and an increased tendency to bleed.

Enlargements of the lymph nodes are already felt during scanning. Lymphoblasts (lymphocytes activated by Antigen contact), anaemia and Thrombopenia (reduced number of platelets) in the blood can be determined by the laboratory tests. The number of leukocytes (white blood cells) in the blood can initially increase, stay normal, or even be reduced. Due to the relative lack of healthy functioning leukocytes the patient also suffers from immune deficiency which often leads to difficult and potentially life-threatening infections.

The regular medical treatment provides intense cytotoxic therapy (chemotherapy) or possibly cranial radiotherapy directly after the diagnosis. Bone marrow transplant or stem cell therapy is also a possible form of treatment.

30 to 40 years ago, the vast majority of patients diagnosed with ALL died within a few weeks. However, today it is curable at 40 to 50 percent of adults and about 80% of all children with intensive chemotherapy. Further improvements in the rate of recovery are likely.

In the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we recommend for the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia ( ALL) the following therapies:

Insuline Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
Patients can be successfully treated at the Hyperthermia Centre Hanover with IPT Insulin potentiation therapy, which uses the hormone insulin to inject drugs like chemotherapeutics more effectively into the tumour cells. Because the degenerate blood cells have a higher basal metabolic rate than normal cells, they attempt to absorb sugar more quickly after a period of low blood sugar. Because tumour cells have in general more so-called ‘insulin receptors’ than normal cells, by using IPT, chemotherapy can therefore impact the malignant cells more effectively. As a result the dosage of conventional chemotherapy protocols can be reduced, and thus the side effects can also be significantly reduced.
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The Wega test is performed on patients with acute lymphocytic leukaemia with a low pulse current device, and it is used to search for interference fields in the body by means of electrical stimulation. In addition, the therapists at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover can derive details of the energetic condition of a patient, which is extremely helpful for the efficient handling of ALL: Based on Electro acupuncture, according to Dr. Voll the Wega-test can detect inflammation, organ stress or interference fields in the posterior region or recognizes organ correlations and analyses the effect of viruses, bacteria or pollutants.
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During the bio-resonance testing we analyse substances and their effect on the body of patients with acute lymphocytic leukaemia. This is very fast and is completely painless. In many cases we can find which problem in the patient can lead to ill health (such as heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, Electro Smog, dental materials, allergens etc.), which is essential for an efficient treatment of leukaemia. As an essential supplement to other treatments and examinations, the bio-resonance testing can give important diagnostic and therapeutic assistance.
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Infusion with high doses Vitamin C
At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we treat patients with acute lymphocytic leukaemia successfully with high-doses of vitamin C. Ascorbic acid is the most popular vitamin,- and the most important antioxidant, i.e. it intercepts harmful free radicals in the body and makes them harmless – and in this way prevents degeneration in the cells. Vitamin C is also essential for the immune system and various restructuring processes in the body. When vitamin C is given in a high-dose, the treatment of ALL can be positively affected.
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Infusions with „Vitamin“ B17
Vitamin B17 is used in the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover for the treatment of acute lymphocytic leukaemia. Through the interaction of enzymes, increasingly toxic prussic acids are formed in degenerate cells which leads to the death of tumour cells. A therapy with this substance, also known as Amygdalin, is an alternative or complementary therapy which benefits the treatment of ALL.
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Special Infusions
Vitamins, minerals, trace elements, fatty acids, amino acids and enzymes must be available in the right amount and in the right relationship to each other in the body. In the case of diseases, poor living habits or an unbalanced diet, this relationship can be significantly reduced. We identify for you the deficient substances with a comprehensive laboratory test, and offer infusions tailored to your constitution and specifically aimed at the ALL indication in order to resolve deficiencies in micro – and macro-nutrients. The infusions can contain amino acids (E.g. glycine, glutamine, taurine, cysteine, carnithin, carnosine, arginine, glutathione and so forth) and/or trace elements and mineral substances (such as zinc, selenium, magnesium, calcium, potassium and so forth) and vitamins (such as C and B-complex).
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If you or a loved one are suffering from Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (ALL) contact us now so we can start helping you as soon as possible.