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Cancer Therapies

Most advanced treatment concepts

Anti-hormone therapies

A hormone receptor test/analysis enable to identify the sensitivity of cancer cells to hormones, like e.g. estrogen to breast cancer cells. Certain tumours, in which hormone receptors have been detected in the tumour cells can often be successfully treated with anti-hormone therapy over many years. Anti-hormone therapies are used to reduce the production or effect of e.g. estrogen or testosterone in the body.

Conventional chemotherapies

The chemotherapy uses substances that exert their damaging effect as specifically as possible on certain disease-causing cells or microorganisms and kill or inhibit their growth. In cancer therapy, these substances are called cytostatic drugs. In the treatment of malignant tumor diseases, most of these substances utilize the rapid ability of tumor cells to divide as they are more sensitive than healthy cells to cell division disorders. However, they have a similar effect on healthy cells with similar good ability to divide, which can lead to side effects such as nausea, hair loss or diarrhea.


The radio-peptide therapy opens a promising new treatment option for neuroendocrine cancer patients. Peptides are labelled with therapeutically effective radioactive emitters, enabling an internal radiotherapy, which selectively affects the tumour cells and extensively protects the healthy tissue (i.e. PSMA-therapy).

Complementary medicine / Supplements / Orthomolecular Medicine / Micronutrients / Ozone Therapy / Photopheresis / Hyperbaric Chamber / Wholebody-Hyperthermia

As part of our comprehensive treatment concept we aim to improve the general well-being of our patients. In doing so, we put emphasis on identifying and addressing existing deficits. It is well-known that patients with a malignant and progressive disease often feel tired and exhausted, due to suffering greatly, e.g. from side effects of cytostatic or chemotherapeutic agents, as well as from immunotherapies. This can lead to depressive mood changes, lack of motivation, restlessness, loss of vitality or appetite, among others. When we perform a blood test on these patients upon arrival, it often turns out that many patients have deficiencies e.g. a Vitamin D deficiency, electrolyte deficiency, or the liver shows some significant reaction to e.g. cytotoxic agents. A tailored and supportive infusion program to address these deficiencies can provide relief to the patient. Supportive measures including infusions can lead to a much better tolerance of targeted treatments. Our experience has shown that patients who receive a supportive infusion program in parallel to chemotherapy and/or immunotherapy experience less side effects, leading to more motivation, positivity, and life quality. As with all our therapies at the Hallwang Private Oncology Clinic, the infusion program is tailored to the individual patient’s requirements and needs.

Furthermore, a good nutrition is important for our health. The goal of orthomolecular medicine is to provide the optimal molecular environment for the brain and other organs by changing/improving the intake of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements and other naturally occurring substances. Orthomolecular is a term that comes from the Greek word for "correct" (ortho) and "molecule," so it literally means the "right molecule." According to Nobel Prize winner and molecular biologist, Linus Pauling, Ph.D., orthomolecular medicine involves the practice of preventing and treating disease by providing the body with optimal amounts of substances which are natural to the body. Orthomolecular medicine aims to restore the ideal and beneficial environment of the body by correcting molecular imbalances, and this approach is used in cancer, infections, depression and atherosclerosis, among others.

Micronutrients are substances often referred to as vitamins or minerals. They are required only in minuscule amounts, but are important for production of enzymes, hormones and other substances that are needed for proper growth and development. Even though only little amounts are needed, their deficiency has severe consequences. Important micronutrients are for example iodine, vitamin A, iron, folate and zinc. At Hallwang Private Oncology Clinic, we follow the principle of orthomolecular medicine that medicine and patients are individual - not only is every patient unique but also his or her nutrient requirements and the response to treatment. For every patient, we provide a balanced mix of micronutrients, in oral or high-dose intravenous form.

For Ozone Therapy - ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent. While high concentrations can be toxic, small ozone doses may increase naturally occurring antioxidants in the body. Antioxidants help to eliminate malignant calles and are needed to keep the body healthy. Ozone used for treatment is known for its bactericidal, fungicidal and virostatic properties. It also stimulates circulation and immune functions, and revitalizes the body.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to treat several medical conditions. It is a well-established treatment for decompression sickness, a hazard of scuba diving. Other conditions treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy include serious infections, skin lesions or radiation injury. Wounds for example need oxygen to heal properly, and exposing a wound to 100 percent oxygen can improve and speed the healing process. This has been shown in a number of studies. The goal of this treatment is to increase the amount of oxygen your blood can carry in order to restore normal levels of blood gases and tissue function to promote healing and cure infection. During Hyperbaric oxygen therapy you breathe 100% oxygen while under increased atmospheric pressure.

Whole body hyperthermia can be applied in a number of different diseases, including malignant, immunological, viral and other diseases. The aim of WBH is the destruction of malignant cells by induction of apoptosis via hyperthermia along with elimination of malignant cells that have become resistant to chemotherapy. With the help of WBH, effects of other treatments, including chemotherapy and immunotherapy, can be enhanced.

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So which option is the right one for the patient? One should not insist on one specific therapeutic intervention. But how to determine for the way to go? 

Important: Our oncological team is happy to talk to you by phone to get a deeper understanding about your specific case, enabling to provide you with a provisional treatment plan and cost estimate. Our oncologists will provide you all the details on medications, therapeutics and treatments including underlying mechanism and side effects. After a physical examination and an in-depth discussion with you on-site, the definite treatment plan will be discussed. Please understand that complex medical processes as mentioned above can only be explained through a thorough consultation on-site.

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