Chronic myeloid Leukaemia (CML) – Alternative Treatment & Therapie

Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML) is a degeneration and aging disorder of the blood-forming stem cells. Also known as chronic myelose, CML is a chronic leukaemia which goes hand in hand with a multiplication of leukocytes (white blood cells), especially granulocytes and their precursors, in the blood and blood-forming bone marrow. In contrast to acute myeloid leukemia (AML)  in the early stages of CML there is an increase of all three cell lines in all maturation stages.

The disease is often without any symptoms in the initial phase. The main symptoms in a chronic stable phase are fatigue, reduced performance and night sweats. There is an increase of leukocytes in the blood, and there is an enlargement of the spleen which can cause a feeling of pressure in the left upper abdomen. In addition, a knock or pressure pain of the sternum can be felt.

Leukocytosis is accompanied by a lack of red blood cells (anaemia) and a thrombocytopenia (a lack of platelets). Tumour fever, bone pain, and often also weight loss can be added. The spleen can further increase in size.

In a later stage of the disease, the bone marrow produces immature precursors of blood cells, called blasts – and releases them into the blood. The number of blasts rises to over 30 per cent of all blood cells.

An accurate blood test provides information about the pathological change in the distribution of the blood components. Also the so-called philadelphia chromosome can be found in 90 percent of patients, suggesting chronic myeloid leukaemia – CML.

Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia affects mainly adults and occurs more frequently with age.  Often patients will be diagnosed in their sixth decade of life; only about 10 percent of the patients are younger than 35 years old at diagnosis. Men are affected about 1.4 times more than women.

At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we recommend the treatment of chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) with the following therapies:

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
Patients with chronic myeloid leukaemia – CML can be successfully treated with IPT insulin potentiation therapy, which uses the hormone insulin to inject drugs more efficient – and in this case particularly chemotherapy drugs – into the tumour cells.  Because the degenerate cells have a higher basal metabolic rate than normal cells, they are anxious to absorb sugar more quickly after a period of low blood sugar. This mechanism takes place via so-called insulin receptors. Because tumour cells in the lymphatic system 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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Bioresonance-Therapy
During the bio-resonance testing we analyse in the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, substances and their effect on the body of chronic myeloid leukaemia patients. 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, ElectroSmog, dental materials, allergens etc.), which is essential for an efficient treatment of Leukaemia. As an effective addition to other treatments and examinations, the bio-resonance testing can give important diagnostic and therapeutic assistance.
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Detoxification
Detoxification is the basic therapy in the treatment of chronic myeloid leukaemia – CML, which relieves the body from substances that degenerate blood cells release, and highly toxic metabolites and free radicals from the chemo and radiotherapy.With medicines and remedies, cellular detoxification (e.g. with selenium) are stimulated at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover. Using detoxification of the liver, skin, Kidney’s and Thymus gland, acidification of the connective tissue is reduced. The relief of the intestine of toxins is a requirement for the efficient treatment of chronic myeloid leukaemia – CML and an active immune system.

Nutritional counselling – therapy
A diet alone cannot defeat chronic myeloid leukaemia, 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 .We are happy to advise about the appropriate diets that will suit you.
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Gerson-Therapy
The nutritional therapy of Dr.Gerson aims at detoxifying the body with simultaneous addition of many fresh nutrients, which is particularly useful for patients with chronic myeloid leukaemia – CML. 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 to retain their healing powers, partly as fresh food, in special soups, or gently cooked and steamed. The Gerson therapy is low in sodium, protein and fat.
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Infusions with „Vitamin“ B17
Vitamin B17 is used in the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover for the treatment of chronic myeloid 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 chronic myeloid leukaemia, and is also useful for several other tumour therapies.
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