Targeted and gentle treatment of tumors: percutaneous electrical tumor therapy (PET)
Galvano therapy is a targeted and gentle method based on the findings of the Italian biophysicist Luigi Galvani (1737 – 1798). By means of two charged electrodes, a direct current is supplied to the tumor of the to be treated tissue.
The resistance in the cancer cells is lower than in healthy tissue cells. This means that the electrical conductivity is higher in tumor cells than in healthy tissue due to the degenerate state of the cell.
These physicochemical property uses gentle electrical percutaneous tumor therapy (PET). Healthy tissues or organs are not damaged by the higher resistance to the diseased tissue.
Dr. Siebenhüner commented the physiological process of percutaneous electrical tumor therapy (PET) for the targeted and gentle treatment of tumors.
„The electrodes applied to percutaneous electrical tumor therapy (PET) lead to an ion flow of positively charged ions to the cathode and a negative ion flux to the anode.”
The change in pH results in depolarization of the cell membranes. Resulting hydrochloric acids cause a chemical metabolic disorder of tumor cells and triggers programmed cell death. The tumor dies.
The target-specific and gentle percutaneous electrical Galvano therapy is particularly suitable for the treatment of breast, skin, liver, stomach, lung, lymph, prostate tumors and metastases, which hardly respond to chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
- breast cancer
- prostate cancer
- Lymph metastasis / lymphoma
- Primary lung cancer and lung metastases
- Primary hepatic carcinoma and liver metastases / liver cancer
- Primary gastric cancers and gastric metastases / stomach cancer
- All other tumors and metastases in the intra – abdominal
- Skin cancer / skin metastases / skin cancer / cancer black / white cancer
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