These diseases include:
- Chronic leukemia
- Lymphoma (Hodgkin and Non-Hodgkin)
- Kahler’s disease
- Myelodysplastic Syndrome
- Primary myelopathic polycythemia
The malignant diseases affecting blood and lymph cells that are often called “blood cancer” are an independent group of diseases that affect the whole organism. They are characterized by tumors in the lymph glands and often by changes in blood composition as well. As leukemia and lymphoma cases advance the usual treatment in conventional medicine is chemotherapy. This may bring a positive initial response in some cases, but the recurrence rate is high and patients suffer from the side effects of cytostatic drugs. That is why we recommend the active integration of a complementary-biological oncology that has been developed over the course of many years – the Paracelsus method.
The problem with conventional medicine is that it does not deal with the root causes of lymphoma and leukemia. The use of chemotherapy works to delay the progress of the disease, not its origins or ultimate course, and so is not a real solution for the patient. In the biological medicine approach to chronic leukemia and lymphomas we can often do without chemotherapy and we achieve astonishing stability and healing when our concepts are observed strictly.
Lymphomas and leukemia caused by chronic infections and toxins
There is hardly a field in medicine where research has been able to show so clearly that there is a connection between chronic infections and lymphoma as well as chronic leukemia. A chronic, latent Epstein-Barr virus infection may be a significant cause of lymphomas. Other pathogens that are a burden to the lymphatic system, as well as toxins and the spreading of pathogens through infections of teeth, sinuses, tonsils and, finally, the intestine (which is often most significant) are the basis of too much stress and a steady weakening of the immune system.
Why is the Paracelsus Biological Medicine so incredibly successful in the treatment of these diseases? Because we recognize the whole organism and understand the interplay of many factors, and we always focus on the intestine as the main regulator of the immune system and as the primary “catering service” to sustain bodily cells.
Our treatments are extremely individualized. By eliminating all contributing factors (e.g. dental foci; food allergies; mineral, vitamin and trace element deficiencies; electromagnetic stress; disorders of the autonomic nervous system, etc.) the patients we treat who have lymphomas and chronic leukemia (who often have been treated with chemotherapy) show no further worsening of the disease. In most cases their situation remains stable and practically all of them have an improved quality of life, without having to keep taking the usual medication which is often very detrimental to their well-being. We regularly see that they live far longer than the original prognosis they were given by conventional medicine. They are able to follow their careers and enjoy their lives.