Hyperthermia therapy is a type of medical treatment in which a body tissue is exposed to high temperatures to damage and kill cancer cells or to make cancer cells more sensitive to the effects of radiation and certain anti-cancer drugs. Perfusion Hyperthermia Therapy is a new procedure offered to cancer patients being treated with IPTLD at my Clinic as of August 9 ,2010.
Sheri was the first patient treated with perfusion Hypoerthermia after receiving her Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose (IPTLD) chemotherapy.
This morning, Sheri arrived to my Clinic as usual, no breakfast and ready to be the first patient to be treated with IPTLD and perfusion hyperthermia therapy. She received her IPTLD via her port but today a special two line catheter was placed on her left sub-clavian vein. The whole procedure took 7 hours and was done without complications. It was well tolerated and Sheri left the out patient care area of the Hospital feeling well. Sheri has been receiving IPTLD low dose chemo without side effects, after 15 IPTLD cycles she looks and feels very good, no hair loss and after low dose chemo is administered she eats a nice breakfast (vegetarian egg omelette with fresh spicy tomato sauce, fresh papaya juice, fresh fruit, extra -fresh & hot- jalapenos and a low fat & sugar liquid yoghurt)