BONE CANCER TREATMENT IN CALIFORNIA Diagnosed with Bone Cancer in California ?

In our search for the optimal treatment strategy for bone cancer we found that even in advanced stages complete long-term tumor remissions could be achieved, and patients remained cancer free for decades. We found a very comprehensive treatment system that focuses on the cancer and, with the same importance, on the underlying causes and conditions. The Issels Treatment is an Integrative Immunotherapy with a 50-year history of remarkable outcomes in the treatment of bone cancer. (link to Cases) Integrative Immunotherapy is a very comprehensive treatment strategy for bone cancer of all types and stages. It is designed to restore the body’s powerful immune system to recognize and eliminate cancer cells. Treatment protocols are always personalized according to the individual patient’s needs. They integrate effective state-of-the-art technologies including cancer vaccines cultured from the patient’s own blood, and other research-based therapies. The treatment components are non-toxic and can be combined with conventional treatments if indicated and still possible. Conventional treatments such as surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, in spite of their improvements, are merely centered on the malignancy and ignore, and sometimes aggravate, the underlying condition which lead to the cancer in the first place. Hence the high incidence of disease progression and recurrence. The Issels Treatment focuses not only on the cancer, but also, with the same importance, on the internal bodily environment. Modern research has shown that it is not only the type of cancer cells that determines the course of the disease, but also the medium on which these cells grow, i.e. the internal bodily environment. This

internal bodily environment is a result of many different combinations of causal factors ranging from inherited constitution and disposition to lifestyle. Therefore, each patient has his/her individual cancer, which requires a personalized treatment. Issels Treatment examples of documented complete long-term remissions as well as recent cases of advanced bone cancer can be viewed here. What is Bone Cancer ? Bone Cancer refers to the growth of a cancerous tumor in the bones. According to the National Cancer Institute there were 2,380 new cases of bone cancer estimated in 2008 and 1,470 deaths. There are 2 categories of bone cancer: 1. Primary bone cancer -- which originates in the bones; and 2. Secondary bone cancer or bone metastases -- which originated in other parts of the body and spread to the bones. Primary cancers of the bones account for less than 0.2 percent of all cancers. The main types of primary bone cancer are Osteosarcoma Chondrosarcoma Ewing’s Sarcoma Chordoma Fibrous Histiocytoma/Fibrosarcoma.

Osteossarcoma is the most common primary bone cancer (35% of cases), followed by chondrosarcoma (26%), Ewing's sarcoma (16%), chordoma (8%), and malignant fibrous histiocytoma/fibrosarcoma (6%). Several rare types of cancers account for the remainder of cases. Secondary bone cancer has spread to the bones from another organ, usually the prostate, breast or lung. The prognosis for people with primary bone cancer in California varies

greatly, depending on the specific type of cancer and how far it has spread. The good news is: Even if standard treatments have reached their limits, patients suffering from bone cancer, either primary bone cancer or bone metastases from other types of cancer, have treatment options.*