Myelodysplastic syndrome – Alternative Treatment & Therapie

The myelodysplastic syndrome is a term used for various bone marrow disorders that occur mainly in patients in the second stage of life.This term generally covers symptoms that don’t ‘match’ other cancers such as leukaemia.

In this group of bone marrow diseases, the haematopoiesis (blood formation) originates not from healthy cells, but rather from genetically modified cells (stem cells). Patients who suffer from myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) are no longer able to make fully mature and functional blood cells from these stem cells. The myelodysplastic syndrome is also a ‘side effect’ of several drugs such as cytostatics.

In the advanced stages of the disease, an increasing number of immature blood cells are produced. The blood formation process is so permanently disturbed that in some patients it can lead to acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) at a later stage. The patients with AML gradually lose their body strength.

The value of HB and haematocrit, which is also the measurement value for the distribution of solid and liquid components, decreases dramatically. Attempts to reverse this are carried out in weekly or bi-weekly blood transfusions, or weekly injections of erythropoietin.

At the same time, the number of platelets (which are partly responsible for blood clotting), and the number of leukocytes (the white blood cells responsible for the immune system), reduces considerably. Therefore, in the course of the disease MDS patients suffer increasingly sudden bleeding in the gum area, in the nose, and in the stomach and intestine which is particularly dangerous.

A final diagnosis can be done only through the microscope. Bone marrow smears or punch biopsies are needed for this. Although reductions of blood cells are often found in the blood, many patients have no symptoms at all. In the course of the disease, bruising occurs all over the body, from the facial area to the feet. Also those affected are extremely vulnerable to all kind of infections and must avoid crowds.

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

Insulin Potentiasion Therapy (IPT)
Patients with a myelodysplastic syndrome can be successfully treated at the Hyperthermia Centre Hanover with IPT Insulin potentiation therapy, which uses the hormone insulin to inject drugs to be more effective in 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 of the 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 lowered.
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The Wega test is performed on patients with a myelodysplastic syndrome with 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 derive details of the energetic condition of a patient, which is extremely helpful for the efficient handling of myelodysplastic syndrome: 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 in the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, substances and their effect on the body of myelodysplastic syndrome 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, Electro Smog, dental materials, allergens etc.), which is essential for an efficient treatment of bone marrow disease. As an essential supplement to other treatments and examinations, the bio-resonance testing can give important diagnostic and therapeutic assistance.
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Nutritional counselling /-therapy
A diet alone cannot myelodysplastic syndrome, 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 appropriate diets that will suit you.
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The nutritional therapy according to Dr. Gerson aims on detoxifying the body with simultaneous addition of many fresh nutrients, which is particularly useful for patients with myelodysplastic syndrome. It includes high-quality fruits and vegetables in addition to special juices, fresh and elaborately prepared to be taken regularly throughout the day. These are carefully prepared to retain their healing powers,  in special soups, or gently cooked and steamed.
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Coffee Enema
We especially recommend for our patients with a myelodysplastic syndrome, 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. In this portal venous blood, metabolites and toxins from these organs are combined. These harmful substances along with caffeine are reduced again in the liver our No. 1 detoxification organ.

Infusions with „Vitamin“ B17
Vitamin B17 is used in the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover for the treatment of a myelodysplastic syndrome. 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 myelodysplastic syndrome, and is also useful for 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 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 myelodysplastic syndrome 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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Selenium is one of the essential and vitally necessary trace elements which are included in intracellular enzymes. We recommend for our patients with a myelodysplastic syndrome 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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