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An alternative cancer treatment: Extracorporal Modified Immune Therapy (EMIT)

03-15-2016 03:36 PM CET | Health & Medicine

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EMIT is based on the special cultivation of somatic tumor cells and leucocytes of patients, it would be subject to such regulation, too. Due to such financial and administrative obstacles it is almost impossible to offer this promising treatment for public use.  If a physician acts against these regulations, this would be regarded as an indictable offence as mentioned above.
Moreover, other problems emerge: Those who do not belong to academic circles will neither be perceived nor be supported by the public corporation and/or professional associations in general. By the way, I would not object a verification of the method by an independent clinical study.
Cancer is not only treatable*, such as many doctors specify, but can be cured with your help! Since I have neither financial nor academic ambitions – my passion is my goal -, the project needs your personal initiative to generate public pressure on autorities so that therapy for those patients affected may be allowed – without having to fear of legal prosecution!

Dr. med Sadik Öz (SOEZMED):
- STUDY (1979 − 1985)
Human Medicine at the University of Regensburg ( Physikum ) or University Erlangen-Nuremberg
- MEDICAL EDUCATION (1988 − 1995)
in the Med . Klinik III Uni – Erlangen Med . Clinic IV , Klinikum Nürnberg and Med . Clinic V , Nuremberg Hospital
- CANCER RESEARCH (SINCE 1981)
September 1981 – September 1985 − Doctoral thesis
September 1985 – August 1986 − Assistant Professor at the Department of Immunology and Rheumatology,
Med . Klinik III Uni – Erlangen
September 1986 – June 1987 − Researcher at the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA
July 1987 – January 1988 − MHH Hannover Pediatric Oncology
February 1988 – December 1991 − Med. Klinik III Uni-Erlangen Haematological malignancies
July 1991 – August 1995 − Med. Klinik V, Klinikum Nürnberg Haematological malignancies
September 1995 to date − Independent researcher
- DOCTOR’S SURGERY SINCE 1995

Dr. med. Sadık Öz • Feuerweg 21 • 90443 Nürnberg • +49 911 92919620
contact@soezmed.com

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Peter Birkel
Bogenstr. 5
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Mail: birkel2334@googlemail.com

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