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IASO Cancer

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Other alternative cancer treatments

Other alternative cancer treatments

Our partner clinics in Switzerland offer you comprehensive and holistic treatment that is tailored to your personal situation.
They combine the different approaches and procedures of conventional and complementary medicine.
They are run by experienced doctors, psychologists and therapists.

Second opinion

A special focus is the second opinion consultations. You will be advised regarding standard therapy and complementary medicine treatment options in your individual situation.

CARE

Mistletoe therapy

Mistletoe therapy is one of the most important complementary therapies. Mistletoe preparations strengthen the body’s own defenses, reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy and improve the quality of life.

Herbal and natural remedies

We use complementary and supportive medicines from the large treasure trove of homeopathy and anthroposophically extended medicine.

MEDICINE

Vitamin C infusions in high doses

High doses of vitamin C (from 7.5 grams per day) can improve symptoms of fatigue in cancer patients. Since the absorption of the vitamin via the intestine is limited, high-dose vitamin C preparations are almost exclusively used to administer such high doses.

MENTAL HEALTH

Psychooncology andpsycho-oncological counselling

Every cancer illness means a serious break in your own life. In order to support you in processing and coping with the disease and its psychological and mental effects, our clinics offer psychotherapeutic individual and group sessions.

PILLS

Pain management

Cancer can be accompanied by pain. We therefore place special emphasis on individual and needs-oriented pain therapy. For this purpose, we use various painkillers in tablet or patch form and, if necessary, pain pumps or catheters.

Nutrition

A balanced and needs-oriented diet during cancer therapy is of great importance for a positive course of treatment. We advise you on all questions of nutrition and support you if a change in eating habits should make sense.

COMMUNITY

Palliative Care

Palliative care is an internationally recognized comprehensive concept for the counselling, support and care of people of all ages with serious or life-threatening illnesses. Its aim is to improve the quality of life and alleviate discomfort.

Interested?

Please send us a message so that we can respond to your needs.