Neck and head tumors

Head and neck cancer is an umbrella term for various types of cancer that originate in the head and/or neck area, including the oral cavity, throat, larynx, pharynx, salivary glands, sinuses and lymph nodes in the neck. Treatment of head and neck tumors may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy, depending on the type and stage of the cancer. Early detection is critical to improve survival rates and may involve regular physical examinations, endoscopies and biopsies. Oncothermia may be a complementary option to help fight cancer. In this type of cancer, as in any other, it must be taken into account that each treatment must always be recommended and supervised by a professional.

Cáncer de cabeza y cuello

Radiotherapy and Oncothermia

Cáncer de cabeza y cuello

Partial remission

Cáncer de cabeza y cuello

No side effects on vision


Inoperable cancer located in the sphenoid sinus. Squamous cell carcinoma


67-year-old man


The treatment that was applied was: Radiotherapy 54 Gy and Oncothermia were applied (6 sessions of 60 minutes, immediately after radiotherapy). Oncothermia can be applied near the eye, without damaging it


Partial remission


Prof. Dr. Renner


Kliniclum Nord, Nümberg, Alemania