- Initial presentation at the clinic
- anamnesis collection
- analysis of brought materials
- general clinical examination
- laboratory examination:
- total blood count
- total urine analysis
- biochemical blood test
- Tumor markers
- Inflammatory factors
- antibodies to HIV, hepatitis B, C, D
- Blood coagulation indexes
- Adjuvant therapy to increase
- stem cell counts in the body
- stem cell harvesting
- treatment of stem cells in order to increase their concentration
- Stem cell reimplantation intravenous or intraorganically
- infusion therapy
- follow-up care after reimplantation
- Providing symptomatic treatment
- Nursing services
- follow-up examinations
- Follow-up consultations
How the program is carried out
The essence of the method consists in introducing stem cells or substances extracted from them into the human body. Autologous (own) stem cells are most commonly used for this purpose. The doctor must first make sure that the patient has no inflammatory processes or infectious diseases in the acute stage. These are contraindications to cell therapy. If there are no contraindications, the patient is prescribed a course of injections of stem cells according to a certain scheme, which the doctor determines depending on the goals of treatment.
During the first visit, the doctor will conduct a clinical examination, examine the results of previously conducted tests and prescribe the necessary additional examinations. After a comprehensive assessment of your condition, you will undergo stimulation therapy - an injection of drugs that increase the number of full-grown stem cells in the body.
Stem cells are then harvested. Most often, these are autologous stem cells from adipose tissue or blood. The obtained stem cells are treated with stimulants and cultured in the laboratory to further increase their number and make the procedure more effective.
The final stage of therapy is the introduction of stem cells by intravenous infusion or local injections, symptomatic therapy and follow-up care.
The therapeutic effect develops in three phases:
- Immediately after a course of injections you will feel a significant improvement in your condition.
- After a few days, the body's defenses are activated, and its resources are directed to the regeneration of damaged tissues. This may be accompanied by unpleasant sensations - general fatigue, exacerbation of symptoms of the underlying disease. Discomfort disappears after 2 weeks from the beginning of cell therapy.
- one month later the regenerative phase begins, which lasts up to 6 months. Your condition will gradually improve. The maximum effect of the therapy is usually observed in 4-6 months after a course of injections. The results of the treatment last for several years. The exact prognosis depends on the purpose of cell therapy, clinical course of the disease, your age, individual body features, concomitant treatment and other factors.
- Up-to-date medical history extracts
- Chest radiography, MRI/CT (if available)
A comprehensive treatment program is individually tailored to each patient and consists of the following key elements:
ü Insulin-potentiated therapy (IPT). Insulin-Potentiated Therapy (IPT) is a gentle method of treatment for cancer patients that is often combined with classical chemotherapy. In combining these therapies, IPT minimizes the side effects of cytostatic drugs and simultaneously increases their effectiveness. As a result, lower dosages of chemotherapeutic drugs are used. The action of cytostatics is aimed at inhibiting uncontrolled cell division, and it also affects the body's own cells. Side effects of chemotherapy such as hair loss, nausea and vomiting are related to this. By reducing the dosage of the drugs, unwanted side effects can be minimized.
ü Photodynamic laser therapy (PDT). Photodynamic laser therapy is an innovative and promising treatment that is used to destroy cancer cells. First, the patient is injected with photosensitizers that increase the sensitivity of the neoplasm to light. The photosensitizer selectively accumulates in the pathological cells, which are then destroyed by light. Since PDT has practically no adverse effect on healthy cells, it is used for tumors of various localizations.
ü Galvanotherapy. Galvanotherapy, also known as percutaneous electrochemical therapy, was developed based on the achievements of the Italian biophysicist L. Galvani. The tissues of the malignant tumor are exposed to a weak direct electric current. Resistance of atypical cells is lower than that of healthy cells, so their electrical conductivity is higher than that of healthy tissues. It is this physical and chemical property that galvanotherapy uses. During the procedure, the neighboring healthy tissues are not damaged due to the higher resistance to electricity.
Biological therapy is used in the department not just as an alternative method, but as an important component of cancer treatment. Natural biological reactions are of primary importance both in the prevention of tumors and in the control of already developed malignant neoplasms. Although classical chemotherapy is aimed at destroying cancer cells, it also affects healthy cells because cytotoxic agents are unable to distinguish between them. When combined with biologic therapy, classical medicine techniques can be applied in a more targeted manner, using lower dosages of drugs. Damage to healthy cells and side effects are usually minimized, making the patient's tolerance of the treatment much easier.
The effectiveness of natural therapies has already been proven by numerous clinics around the world. Thanks to this many doctors combine biological therapy with classical medicine. It can in the treatment of cancer of the breast, lung, prostate, pancreas, colon, rectum, liver, spleen, stomach, bladder, skin cancer, body and cervix, ovarian cancer, brain cancer, Hodgkins lymphoma, non-Hodgkins lymphoma and other types of malignant tumors.
Causes of cancer are very diverse, so the treatment program is individually tailored to each patient. Patients receive individualized and targeted treatment due to the latest screening methods. Based on the results of laboratory tests, therapeutic regimens with minimal side effects are developed. In addition, patients are given a chemosensitivity test to determine the most effective medical chemotherapy agent or an alternative biological anti-tumor drug. During therapy, the clinic's medical team continuously monitors the effectiveness of the treatment through standardized laboratory parameters. The most vulnerable organs, organ systems or processes may also be detected during diagnosis. Infusion therapy, including the method developed by Dr. Siebenhühner, is administered to correct abnormalities.
The department uses various types of infusion therapy to treat cancer. Some infusion solutions have been developed personally by Dr. Siebenhühner. According to the results of laboratory tests, priority processes are determined, on the correction of which the action of drugs is directed. In clinical practice, such types of infusions are effectively used:
- Artesunate. An infusion solution that is synthesized from wormwood leaves/flowers and has controlled side effects that do not cause discomfort to the patient. Artesunate works against all types of cancer. Studies from Heidelberg University have shown a reduction in tumor size when treated with Artesunate.
- Vitamin B17. Vitamin B17, also known as amygdalin, is considered a natural chemotherapeutic agent because of its principle of action. It also has an analgesic effect.
- Chlorine E6. The photosensitizer Chlorine E6, is synthesized from green chlorella (Chlorella ellipsoidea Alge) and is used in photodynamic therapy (PDT), one of the most effective methods of alternative treatment of malignant tumors. Chlorine E6 features high light absorption in the red spectrum, as well as its specific molecular properties, due to which it is actively absorbed by malignant tumors.
- Curcumin. Due to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, analgesic and anti-cancer properties, curcumin infusion solution is used to treat bronchitis and asthma, allergies, liver diseases, rheumatism, upper respiratory tract infections, poorly healing wounds in diabetes and cancer. in Ukraine, where turmeric is a traditional spice, the incidence of lung, prostate and colon cancer is 10 times lower than in the United States. Curcumin is the reason for this, according to many experts.
- Sodium Dichloroacetate (DCA). This is a drug that has been used for years to correct lactacidosis, but its use as a drug is not approved by the FDA. DCA is incorporated into the metabolism of abnormal cells and causes their programmed death, which is why it has recently been used in the treatment of cancer.
- Dimethylsulfoxide. The most important property of dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) is its bipolar structure, which allows it to penetrate membranes and reach the cell nucleus. Pharmaceuticals use the physical properties of DMSO for its targeting applications. In addition, DMSO binds and neutralizes free radicals, which are subsequently eliminated via the kidneys. At the cellular level, DMSO promotes cellular detoxification, has anti-inflammatory effects, strengthens the immune system and inhibits bacterial reproduction. Like DCA, DMSO has a positive effect on mitochondria.
- Hypericin. An infusion solution that is synthesized from Hypericum (lat. Hypericum perforatum) and is an effective natural photosensitizer. Hypericin is used in photodynamic therapy (PDT) for cancer.
- High doses of vitamin C. The department uses the antioxidant properties of high doses of vitamin C to destroy cancer cells, which destroys pathological cells while not negatively affecting healthy cells. This method is called "biological chemotherapy. In large clinics in the United States, classic chemotherapy is combined with high doses of vitamin C. The reason for prescribing this therapy is the presence of high levels of the enzyme G6PDH in the patient's blood. The clinic's specialists do a blood test for the G6PDH enzyme in their own laboratory before starting therapy.
- GcMAF treatment. GcMAF (Gc-Macrophage Activating Factors) therapy is a type of immune therapy that is often used in the treatment of cancer. GcMAF activates the immune system and helps the body recognize pathological cells and destroy them on its own.
Special attention should be paid to hyperthermia, which is an auxiliary method of cancer treatment that increases the effectiveness of classical methods such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. The effectiveness of the therapeutic effect is increased by increasing the temperature of the cancer cells. Therapeutic hyperthermia includes all methods of targeted, controlled heating of areas of the body.
Hyperthermia therapy - heat against cancer. As early as 1910, hyperthermia was described as a method of treating cancer, and in the 60s it was rediscovered in the form of whole-body hyperthermia. During this time, the technique itself and the apparatus technology have been significantly modified, so that today they are used in the department with higher efficacy. The term "hyperthermia", which means "overheating" in Greek, reflects the essence of the method. Cancer cells are more susceptible to high temperatures than healthy tissue. Because of this, hyperthermia not only destroys cancer cells, but also improves the blood supply to tumors, making them more sensitive to medications and radiation. Hyperthermia is usually combined with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. In this case, the dosages of cytostatic agents can be reduced compared to standard protocols. Hyperthermia also reduces the ability of damaged cancer cells to repair themselves. Thanks to this, the effect of radiation therapy is intensified. In addition, tumors that were previously resistant to chemotherapy and radiation therapy respond to these treatments again after hyperthermia sessions. Finally, side effects such as hair loss and nausea and related physical and psychological symptoms are significantly reduced in patients.
The principle behind hyperthermia is to block the regeneration of cancer cells. Chemo- and radiation therapy damage their genome, after which repairing enzymes try to repair this damage. At temperatures above 40°C, the enzymes cease to perform their function, causing the damaged cancer cells to die. The department specializes in local hyperthermia, prostate hyperthermia and whole body hyperthermia.
In order to achieve a good result, the entire tumor volume must be heated evenly during the hyperthermia session. At temperatures above 40°C, heat shock proteins are synthesized in the body that activate the immune system, including anti-cancer immunity. In addition, heat shock proteins mark cancer cells, so that they are more actively recognized by killer cells of the immune system. At temperatures above 42°C apoptosis (programmed cell death) is initiated in cancer cells and they die. Atypical cells that are resistant to radiation are usually susceptible to the effects of heat.
The next therapeutic suggestion of the department is treatment with the drug Regenerazen. The Regeneresen complex therapy, developed by Prof. Dukerhoff, MD, is the administration of active ribonucleic acids (RNA) of animal origin and ribonucleic acids from yeast. Regenerazen preparations with nucleic acids have a positive effect on metabolic processes, the function of the immune and hormonal systems, as well as stimulating the formation of our own DNA.
RNA preparations derived from bovine serum or yeast have been used for decades. Ribonucleic acids play a key role in protein synthesis. On the one hand, they are a carrier of information about the protein structure, on the other hand, they are a building material for cellular structures, as well as a tool for protein biosynthesis. Recent studies demonstrate the involvement of low-molecular-weight nucleic acids in the modulation of protein synthesis.
The department's area of expertise also includes regenerative therapies. The effectiveness of this type of therapy for chronic and degenerative diseases is due to the fact that it eliminates the causes of the pathology and not only the symptoms. The department has in its arsenal a wide range of revitalization and regenerative procedures, which are aimed at mobilizing the body's own forces. Using injections and other treatments, doctors stimulate the work of individual organs. This makes it possible to perform targeted therapy for chronic diseases.