In the vast landscape of cancer research, Verthermia is emerging as a promising and innovative therapeutic approach. It capitalizes on the remarkable ability of humans to adapt and survive in extreme environments, while cancer, a disease characterized by uncontrolled cell growth, seems to lose the ability to tolerate environmental extremes. In this article, we will delve into the concept of Verthermia and how it utilizes high temperatures to combat cancer in various ways.
Verthermia HEATT treatment is revolutionizing cancer therapy, providing hope and relief for patients facing advanced stages of cancer. Designed for those who have exhausted conventional treatments or wish to explore a more holistic approach, Verthermia HEATT treatment offers a natural pathic pathway with promising outcomes.
Blood is Heated
The blood is withdrawn then heated by a proprietary patented therapy (HEATT®) using FDA-approved devices in an external circuit. The heated blood is then returned within a large vein to the right heart.
Patient Body is Heated
The left heart pumps the heated blood to the whole body including insulated and isolated areas (i.e. brain, bone marrow, mediastinum).
Detoxification of Blood
Using dialysis to restore and balance the body’s natural chemistry, the blood is then detoxified by a filter.
Human beings have long proven their remarkable resilience and adaptability even in the harshest environments Earth has to offer. From Arctic exploration to deserts and deep-sea expeditions, our bodies can withstand extreme temperatures, high altitude, and intense pressure. This adaptation is due to our biological mechanisms and intricate systems that enable us to maintain homeostasis and survive adverse conditions.
However, in the case of cancer, cells lose their ability to regulate growth and respond to environmental cues. Cancer cells thrive by hijacking the body’s normal physiological processes and exploiting them for their uncontrolled proliferation. This loss of adaptability serves as the basis for Verthermia’s unique approach in combating
- Direct Cancer Cell Destruction: Cancer cells, in contrast to healthy cells, exhibit reduced ability to handle extreme heat. By exposing tumors to elevated temperatures, Verthermia aims to directly kill cancer cells, thereby reducing the tumor burden.
- Inhibition of Cancer Growth: High temperatures can disrupt the molecular machinery that drives cancer cell division. Verthermia treatment can significantly impede the growth of cancer cells, limiting their ability to proliferate and metastasize.
- Induction of Cell Death: Verthermia therapy can trigger various forms of cell death, including apoptosis and necrosis, within cancerous tissues. These mechanisms further contribute to tumor regression and overall disease control.
- Variable Response: It is important to note that individual tumors may respond differently to Verthermia treatment. While some cancers may exhibit susceptibility to elevated temperatures, others may showcase limited responsiveness.