The Need to Know about Breast Cancer

At first glance, statistics will tell you that newly diagnosed breast cancer can be treated relatively well with conventional therapies. In fact, of the 69,000 new cases recorded annually, approximately 18,000 lose their lives to the disease. These numbers are obviously frightening, but a survivability rate of 74% is comparatively positive. However, when one realises that these studies also include “cancer precursors” such as Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS), false diagnoses, as well as innumerable harmless breast tumors that probably would never have led to cancer, then the figures start looking less optimistic.

Additionally, these statistics can be misleading. Breast cancer is typically a slow-growing tumor, so the prospect of early detection – and early diagnosis – via comprehensive screening is relatively high. Hence, five-year statistics for breast cancer are, naturally, much more positive than other types of cancer and this may belie the mediocre success of conventional treatments. Nevertheless, the fact remains that approximately 18,000 women die of breast cancer in Germany every year, and these women have almost supposedly received “the best chemotherapy, antibodies, and radiation”.

A Closer Look

Breast cancer causes thousands of deaths in women each year. The chances of survival are often slim and dependent on various factors.  Nonetheless, many have fought and triumphed over the Big C.

The narrative changes entirely, however, when metastases or reoccurrences eventuate. At this stage, statistics indicate a survival rate of 10%, at most, by conventional therapies. Shocked and dissatisfied with this figure, more and more women diagnosed with metastatic cancer have come to realize the ineffectiveness of hospital treatments. Furthermore, the current conventional view focuses primarily on a palliative approach instead of curative. Hence, many patients consider if the benefits of investing in chemotherapy truly outweigh all the pain and burden that comes with it, besides many more side effects.

Breast Cancer: Points to Ponder

For the past 20 years, the cases of the brave women who suffered breast cancer have extensively contributed to cancer research mainly on the therapies that are most effective at the later stages of the disease. In nearly all cases, this information has been and still is, extremely important after the initial diagnosis.

Once more, statistics help us understand that end-stage cancer cannot be treated the same way as an initial diagnosis, i.e. the focus on tumor destruction via chemotherapy and radiation. Unfortunately, these outdated views are still the current standard despite their documented inefficacy in patients with metastasis. Additionally, the research on and knowledge of the survivors above with end-stage cancer is still not shared or taught at any university. For us, however, these brave women are as much the experts as the oncologists, and we are grateful for the knowledge they’ve passed on to us as we try to pass it on to others.

Our Concept

Our 3E breast cancer procedure begins with a closer, more in depth look at the diagnosis; the consideration of various hormone therapies; and, of course, an intense 3E program.

With regards to metastatic breast cancer, the focus of the 3E program is shifting towards therapy sessions that determine the actual cause of the disease.

What We Can Offer You

1. First of all, we would recommend a conventional approach utilizing university medicine as well as a holistic examination of your current condition by a doctor familiar with both conventional and holistic medicine. Naturally, we are aware that nearly all who come to us have already received conventional counseling or therapy. Nevertheless, we would not want to exclude conventional treatments as these methods, when addressed from a different perspective, can provide insights that will be incredibly useful in holistic therapy.

2. Dr. Ralf Hertle will perform microscopic analysis of your blood to better determine the necessary detoxification measures.

3. A comprehensive anamnesis (analysis of your medical history) by a holistic cancer consultant

4. An initial diagnostic therapy session to ascertain the cause of your condition.

Only after the steps outlined above will we analyze your current situation as a team and prepare a plan best suited for you. Afterwards, we will explain this plan to you, and together we will develop a treatment program for the length of your stay in our center as well as for the next few months after you leave us.

At the core of our approach and methods are, of course, the complete 3E-Program reinforced by our extensive years of experience with breast cancer patients.