Colorectal Cancer: Is Chemotherapy the Answer?
Colorectal cancer’s mortality rate is still relatively high in Germany – claiming over 26,000 lives with 62,000 new cases recorded annually. Typically, surgery combined with adjuvant chemotherapy is the standard treatment for this type of cancer. However, it’s noteworthy that in nearly all colorectal cancer cases, surgery results in a complete removal (R0 resection) of the cancer tumor.

One has to wonder, then, why aggressive chemotherapy has become the de facto standard in post-operative procedures. Some cite the theory of micrometastases as the basis for the add-on therapy but what many patients do not know is that this theory is still unproven. Furthermore, many studies are leaning towards disproving micrometastases since they indicate that adjuvant chemotherapy does not contribute significantly to an extended lifespan.

A Closer Look at Colorectal Cancer

While universities continue to teach how poor diets can lead to bowel cancer, or is at least partly responsible, many oncologists still do not subscribe to the benefits of nutritional therapies. This dichotomy becomes even more incomprehensible since modern science tells us that our intestines are not just for food storage or digestion, but also acts as a second brain for our body.

Numerous scientific studies have confirmed that the impact of our intestines on our health is much more significant than we have previously thought. It’s safe to say that the water and food we take in, which is eventually absorbed by our small intestine has considerable influence on our health, for better or worse.

Know your Treatment Options
It’s quite surprising that there are numerous documented cases of patients who have been rid of tumors – even large ones albeit partly – without surgery. It is essential that you are aware of other treatment options available to you besides surgery.

To be sure, we do not advise against operating on an intestinal tumor. We only want to emphasize the point that intestinal tumors respond to different types of therapies.

Ultimately, it is vital that one is thoroughly informed about all available treatment options for colorectal cancer so that we can avoid the consequences of a premature and often irreversible therapeutic decision. The same can be said of prostate cancer as well.

Our Concept
A significant part of the 3E-program’s approach to colorectal cancer involves understanding and implementing the original Oil-Protein Diet of Dr. Johanna Budwig. Additionally, we will consider the detoxification therapies available as well as other remedies that can determine the possible causes of the disease.

Liver metastases often develop in patients with colorectal cancer. In such cases, the 3E-program will slightly shift towards particular detoxification therapies.

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 colon cancer patients.