Brain cancer (Glioblastoma) – Alternative Treatment & Therapie

Glioblastoma is the most common malignant brain tumour in adults. glioblastoma has histologic similarities with the glial cells of the brain. Glioblastoma starts from the white matter. The most common site is by far the cerebrum where it can occur in all lobes of the brain, but it prefers the frontal and temporal lobes.

Each year eight to ten people per 100,000 suffer from a glioblastoma in Germany. This mostly includes children up to ten years, and adults between 60 and 75 years. Men are significantly more often affected than women.

Because of the rapid growth of this tumour, patients usually complain of symptoms early – within a few weeks or months. Initial symptoms can be persistent and unusual headaches, but also epileptic seizures can arise. Neurological deficits such as blurred vision, paralysis and aphasias (speech disorders) can also be experienced depending on the location of the tumour. Finally, there are often striking personality changes, apathy, or psychomotor retardation, causing the patient to see a doctor.

Glioblastomas look different in their various stages and are therefore not always easy to diagnose. Line shaped necrosis (dead cells) are an indication of a glioblastoma. Glioblastomas arise from completely new or progressive de-differentiation (degeneration) of a few malignant astrocytomas. Therefore it not uncommon that treated astrocytomas appear in the relapse as glioblastoma. There is no evidence of heritability.

Apart from neurological examinations, because of the many differential diagnoses  imaging techniques  are especially useful: electroencephalogram (EEG), AEP test (Auditory Evoked Potential), VER test (Visual Evoked Response), SER test (Somatosensory Evoked Response), computer tomography (CT), blood tests (such as tumour markers), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), angiography, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and biopsies.

At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we recommend for the treatment of glioblastoma the following therapies:

Loco regional Hyperthermia
The regional effective hyperthermia is also advisable for a glioblastoma: in this therapy the affected region is quickly heated to high temperatures (40 up to 44 ° C). This heat activates the immune system, and many degenerated cells of the brain are harmed or destroyed. In our day clinic at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we offer partial body hyperthermia (depending on the diagnosis) in which only damaged or degenerated tissue is overheated, which guarantees very gentle treatment to our patients.
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The Wega test is performed on patients with a glioblastoma using a low pulse current device and 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 assess the condition of the energy level of a patient, which is extremely helpful for the efficient treatment of brain tumours: based on electro acupuncture, according to Dr. Voll, the Wega-test detects 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 bio-resonance testing we analyse at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, interfering substances and their effect on the body of patients with a glioblastoma. 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 brain tumours. As an essential addition to other treatments and examinations, bio-resonance testing can give important diagnostic and therapeutic assistance.
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Detoxification is a basic therapy in the treatment of glioblastoma to relieve the body of substances that degenerate brain tissue cells release, and highly toxic metabolites and free radicals produced by chemo and radiotherapy. At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, medicines and remedies and cellular detoxification (e.g. with selenium) are used to stimulate the liver, skin, kidneys, and the thymus gland, and reduce acidification of the connective tissue. The relief of the intestine from toxins is a requirement for the efficient treatment of glioblastoma, along with an active immune system.

Nutritional counselling /therapy
A diet alone cannot defeat glioblastoma, but vital substance-rich whole food nutrition and enough fibre, along with the secondary plant compounds contained in many types of vegetables such as carotenoids and chlorophyll, can help inhibit the growth of cancer cells . We are happy to advise about the appropriate diets that will suit you.
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Nutritional therapy according to Dr.Gerson aims at detoxifying the body with simultaneous addition of many fresh nutrients, which is particularly useful for patients with glioblastoma. This therapy is offered directly at the hyperthermia Centre Hannover. The therapy includes special juices, fresh and elaborately prepared and taken throughout the day, along with essentially high-quality fresh fruits and vegetables. These are carefully prepared, partly as fresh food, in special soups, or gently cooked and steamed to contain their healing powers. The Gerson therapy is low in fat, low in sodium and proteins.
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We especially recommend for our patients with Glioblastoma at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, a special detoxification therapy: a coffee-enema where coffee is passed though the gut. In the rectum, the coffee is absorbed through the intestinal mucosa into the blood and reaches the liver directly. This is done via the portal vein system. The portal vein collects the blood from the digestive organs and carries it to the liver. This portal venous blood contains also metabolites and toxins from these organs. These harmful substances along with caffeine are reduced again in the liver our No. 1 detoxification organ

Infusions with high doses Vitamin C
At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we treat patients with glioblastoma with high-doses of vitamin C. The so-called Ascorbic acid is the best known 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 brain tumours 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 glioblastoma. Through the interaction of enzymes, increasingly toxic prussic acids are formed in degenerated cells which lead to the death of tumour cells. A therapy with this substance, also known as Amygdalin, is an alternative or complementary therapy and not only useful for the treatment of brain cancer, but also for several other types of tumours.
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Neural therapy assumes that chronic ailments are caused by interference fields. Each part of the body, and each pathologically altered organ in the body, can be an interference field. Also for the treatment of glioblastoma, an anti-inflammatory local anaesthetic will be injected into the abnormal tissue structure, primarily in the Head zone, which causes relief in the aching body area, and at the same time the corresponding organ- in this case the Glial cells of the brain.
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Selenium is one of the essential and vitally necessary trace elements which are included in intracellular enzymes. We recommend for our patients with glioblastoma selenium in a high dose form – in combination with reduced L-glutathione and L-cysteine – as an effective strong antioxidant. As the administration is done through an infusion, the substances are not going through the gastrointestinal tract so they are immediately usable for the body, in a friendly available form.
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