Cancer has many causes: Our treatment concepts are just as individual.
Cancer is the scourge of our time. At this point I would therefore not only like to inform you about our treatment possibilities and therapy approaches in the practice of Dr. Baltin, but also to give you some knowledge about cancer (but not only!), which is unfortunately neglected or swept under the table in our current health care system.
What is cancer?
If you ask this question, you will get different answers. For example, the pathologist says, “This is a melanoma. A melanoma is very aggressive and there are this and that treatment options for it”. In another case he diagnoses: “This is a breast cancer” and in the tumour conference they discuss what can be done about it. But there is no universal answer to that cardinal question: “What is the cause of this cancer?” We don’t know. We may research in different directions as we wish. But as soon as we think we have found “the core of the poodle”, it mutates into another image or expression and the knowledge we have just found evaporates to make way for further speculation.
The same applies to “life itself”. We do not know the real key to life. What we believe to know, namely the theories of our physical-technical world view, does not proclaim a logical explanation or something else: The animate nature has such a high order, that it should actually be improbable on the basis of the world view prevailing today. But there is one thing we always observe: if this order, which we ultimately find incomprehensible, becomes disordered, then a disease develops which proceeds unlawfully, i.e. order is no longer possible, and cancer is the best example of this.
Not only environmental toxins, exposure to electrosmog or chemically modified food play a role here, which ultimately leads to an over-acidification of the metabolic processes, but also psychological stress in the family or in the professional environment. This leads to a massive disturbance of the regulatory process of the organism, the psycho-physical organism, with the consequence of somatic illnesses. This means that illnesses, which like cancer diseases usually have a very long and complex history of development, can not only be treated somatically, but it is also important to take the mental component into account.
For many diseases, most notably cancer, this perspective is now being neglected. Instead, side issues are being exaggerated, such as genetic peculiarities or research on substances that are admittedly patentable (!), which then justify the high price of the drugs produced in this way.
This is of course not intended to question the importance of the operations, nor the importance of chemotherapy or radiation. But here, too, the principle that “the dose alone makes the poison” must be given special consideration. This means that in the Hippocratic sense we should try not to poison people. We should not harm them by the treatment!
To paraphrase it in other words, since some people may misunderstand the previous choice of words: In this day and age, when we have very strong and effective medicines available, it is all the more important to look for additional alternatives, for example to make chemotherapy more gentle, which is quite possible! This gentler approach is actually possible if the patient’s organism is first analysed, e.g. by means of laboratory tests and other measurements, and the findings are then used therapeutically.
Our approaches and therapies in the practice Dr. Baltin
In the treatment of cancer, the most important thing for us is to carry out this treatment as gently as possible and with marginal side effects. For this purpose we use, for example, insulin-potentiated therapy (IPT).
In “insulin-potentiated therapy” (IPT) for cancer, we generally use the same drugs as in conventional medicine, but in a much lower dosage. Thanks to the administration of insulin, we have the possibility of directing necessary substances directly into the cancer process. Thus we have similar effects, but without the negative side effects.
In addition to the purely symptomatic treatment, we also try to get to the bottom of the causes of cancer: Often chronic inflammations are found in the intestinal area or in the dental area. Chronic inflammation paves the way for cancer, among other things.
Another point of attack is overheating in the form of hyperthermia. This is used either as whole-body hyperthermia or as local heating. For many years, we have also been using photodynamic therapy (PDT); in this, the tumour area is infiltrated (enriched) with plant dyes and then illuminated with certain laser light colours, which leads to the destruction of the tumour without any significant side effects. It should be noted that the use of photodynamic therapy (PDT) – as well as IPT, which may only be used by trained physicians – requires extensive experience, which we naturally have.
Furthermore, we work with oxyvenation, in which intravenous medical oxygen is supplied to the organism (see also “Therapy – Oxyvenation” regarding the importance of oxygen for the organism and the research of the Nobel Prize winner Warburg), numerous infusions and additive methods [/read].