Enhancing cancer treatment benefits
Effective primary cancer complementary treatment pathways are frequently used in conjunction with standard conventional medicine to improve the efficacy of therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation.
Furthermore, its primary goal is to help restore body balance and improve the patient’s quality of life. By reducing the majority of the symptoms or side-effects, patients’ mental trust, confidence, and, most importantly, treatment compliance will be restored.
According to studies, when chemotherapy is combined with hyperthermia in recurrent cervical cancer patients, the therapeutic response rate can increase by 15% to 50%.
When radiation therapy is combined with hyperthermia in patients with metastatic melanoma, the therapeutic response rate can increase by 35% to 62% .
Furthermore, research studies have shown that in breast cancer patients who have had local and postural radiotherapy combined with hyperthermia, there is an increase in therapeutic response rate ranging from 38% to 78%.