Regional Chemotherapy and Synergetic Cancer Treatments
The health and quality of life of cancer patients has to be the focus of oncological work. All RCT cancer treatments are based upon one main principle: It is the tumour that should suffer, — not the patient.
The goal of experimental RCT cancer treatments is to destroy or reduce the size of typically extensive tumors by means of highly concentrated regional chemotherapy (RCT) methods. Immediate post-RCT-treatment detoxification through blood chemofiltration allows to mitigate and largely prevent the occurrence of side effects in cancer patients.
Once reduction of tumor size is attained through regional chemotherapy, the tumour, including regional metastases, can often be surgically removed, following the principles of oncological surgery. In some cases, surgical treatment is supplemented with individually adapted pain therapy. Pain therapy helps to minimize the symptoms and to provide more comfort to the patient.