Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer, also known as cervical carcinoma, is a form of cancer that originates in the cervical tissue. Common symptoms include unusual vaginal bleeding, pain in the pelvic area or during sexual intercourse, and abnormal vaginal discharge. Often related to an infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV), early detection with regular gynaecological examinations significantly improves prognosis.

Conventional treatment can consist of surgery and radiochemotherapy. Complementary medical measures include hyperthermia and mistletoe therapy, as well as the regulation of the acid-base balance, strengthening the immune system and intestinal cleansing.

Med. pract. Dana Hreus M.A.

An integrative approach with complementary measures can improve the success of therapy and reduce the side effects of conventional cervical cancer treatment.

Med. pract. Dana Hreus M.A.

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