Oncothermia treatment compatible with chemotherapy
Oncothermia is a procedure that involves raising the temperature of part or all of the body to 42ºC to kill cancer cells. Its application allows chemotherapy to be more effective and the overall treatment to be more selectively targeted on the tumour tissue. Oncothermia engages the tumour cell membrane allowing high intracellular concentrations. Positive stage II/III results have established that the synergy of Oncothermia with chemotherapy is a novel clinical modality.
It is a safe and effective treatment in clinical cancer therapy, supported by in vivo, in vitro and human research.
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Doo Yun Lee, et. al., “Oncothermia with Chemotherapy in the Patients with Small-Cell Lung Cancer”, Conference Papers in Science, vol. 2013, Article ID 910363, 7 pages, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/910363
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