Acute myeloid Leukaemia (AML) – Alternative Treatment & Therapie

Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is a malignant disease of the blood-forming stem cells, namely the Myelopoiesis. Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is a malignant disease of the blood-forming stem cells, namely the Myelopoiesis. This is the part of the blood-forming system that is responsible for the formation of granulocytes, monocytes, red blood cells and megakaryocytes. The word acute means that leukaemia cells are as yet undifferentiated immature cells. A large portion of blasts is detectable in the bone marrow.

The AML leads to massive multiplications of immature blood cells in the bone marrow and in the majority of cases in the blood (Leukocytosis). The Leukemic cells spread in bone marrow and blood and can infiltrate into the central nervous system. Also lymph nodes, spleen and other organs in rare cases. The immediate consequence is a suppression of the normal blood formation. There is a lack of functional mature granulocytes, erythrocytes and platelets.

The patients suffer from a general weakness, sickness, paleness and night sweats. Petechiae (bleeding into the skin), hematoma and mucosal or gum bleeding are considered signs of blood-clotting disorder. Infections also occur such as pneumonia or tonsillitis and unknown fever.

Most of the patients that are affected were exposed to a high dose of ionizing radiation (as by a tumour therapy or radiation) or a long term exposure to benzene. Even after application of certain cytotoxic drugs, etoposide, and alkylants it can still lead to the development of AML even after several years. An AML occurs frequently in some genetic diseases such as Down’s syndrome. Smoking also plays a role in the pathogenesis of AML. In many cases the cause remains unclear. In the conventional medicine, chemotherapy (additional radiotherapy) and also bone marrow transplants are considered as treatments of choice.

AML is a rare disease with about three new cases in 100,000 every year. On average, patients are over 60 years old when AML is diagnosed. AML accounts for about 80 percent of all acute leukaemia’s in adults. Men are affected slightly more often than women (ratio of 1.4: 1).

In the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, we recommend the following therapies for the treatment of acute myeloid leukaemia:

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
Patients with AML can be successfully treated with IPT insulin potentiated therapy, which uses the hormone insulin to inject drugs -and in particular an accompanying chemotherapy – into the tumour cells. Because the degenerate cells have a higher basal metabolic rate than normal cells, they are attempting to absorb sugar more quickly after a period of low blood sugar. Because tumour cells have more receptors than normal cells, chemotherapy has therefore a more effective impact on the malignant cells. Subsequently, the dosage of commonly used chemotherapy protocols can be significantly reduced and therefore the side-effects decreases considerably.
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Infusions with high-doses Vitamin C
At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we treat patients with acute myeloid 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 AML 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 AML. 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 AML, and is also useful for several tumour types.
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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 disease, 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 AML indicated 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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