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Esophagus cancer

Esophagus cancer

  • Researcher:

    Prof. Dr. Renner.

    Hospital:

    Klinickum Nord, Nümberg, Germany.

    Patient:

    50-year-old man.

    Diagnosis:

    Squamous carcinoma of the esophagus (G3). Metastasis in mediastinum. Classification: T2N1M1.

    Treatment:

    Inoperable cancer Trimodal treatment: radiotherapy, chemotherapy and oncothermia.

    Results:

    Remission of the disease (12 months disease-free).

    Reference:

    Szasz A. Szasz . .Case reports made by Oncothermia. Oncothermia Journal. 2013, 8:47-88
  • Researcher:

    Prof. Dr. Renner.

    Hospital:

    Klinickum Nord, Nümberg, Germany.

    Patient:

    49-year-old man.

    Diagnosis:

    Squamous carcinoma of the esophagus (G3). Metastasis (positive lymph nodes).

    Treatment:

    Inoperable cancer Trimodal. Treatment: radiotherapy, chemotherapy and oncothermia.

    Results:

    Remission of the disease (30 disease-free months).

    Reference:

    Szasz A. Szasz . .Case reports made by Oncothermia. Oncothermia Journal. 2013, 8:47-88
  • Researcher:

    Prof. D. Grönemeyer, & Dr. H. Sahinbas.

    Hospital:

    Institute of Microtherapy, University WittenHerdecke, Bochum, Germany.

    Patient:

    46-year-old man.

    Diagnosis:

    Squamous carcinoma of the inoperable esophagus.

    Treatment:

    Inoperable cancer Chemotherapy, Radiation therapy (50Gy), Oncothermia. Result: remission of the disease.

    Results:

    Remission of the disease.

    Reference:

    Szasz A. Szasz . Case reports made by Oncothermia. Oncothermia Journal. 2013, 8:47-88

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