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Press Releases from PBirkel (4 total)

03-17-2016 | Health & Medicine
PBirkel

The new concept: EMIT - CANCER IS CURABLE

The new concept: EMIT - CANCER IS CURABLE In the course of approximately 30 years in cancer research (see curriculum vitae) I have been trying to work out a new strategy to overcome the problems mentioned above. Based on my observations I assume that the mode of therapy should comprise not only the destruction of the tumor cell, but should focus on its “conversion”, “re-education” into normal functioning body cells. I
03-17-2016 | Health & Medicine
PBirkel

Extracorporal Modified Immune Therapy (EMIT)

A tumor patient usually does not die from a benign tumor, but from a malignant tumor that maintains an uninhibited proliferation, which in turn interferes fatally with the vital functions of other organs. Apart from surgical procedures at an early stage, conventional cancer therapy is based on the philosophy that cancer cells should be destroyed with various destructive methods such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, TKI, monoclonal antibodies, etc. All immunological research
03-15-2016 | Health & Medicine
PBirkel

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

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
03-14-2016 | Health & Medicine
PBirkel

May renal cell carcinoma be cured by EMIT?

A 50 year-old male patient asked for help: A left-sided renal mass had been detected in an abdominal CT-scan performed due to a preceding gross hematuria. Abdominal CT-scan: Inhomogeneous tumor with a diameter of approximately 9.5 cm in the left kidney. Additionally, several enlarged aortic lymph nodes (about 8 mm in size) as well as a tumor in the left adrenal with a diameter of 10 mm. Pathological evaluation Macroscopy: Left kidney,