Immune therapies in the treatment of cancer

In the Gorter Model, a full range of immune therapies are used to treat cancer patients.

Although fever therapy and dendritic cell vaccinations are the primary forms of treatment, there are also several other complementary therapies that are incorporated, depending on the needs of the individual.

The main goals of these innovative immune therapies are to restore and maximize immune function. The other goal is to destroy cancer cells without introducing toxic agents that can have a negative impact on immune function and on patient’s quality of life.

Dendritic Cells Vaccine 2

Mistletoe (Viscum album)

For thousands of years, European mistletoe has been used as a medicinal plant in many healing traditions.

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Nutrient infusions

As part of the Gorter Model, practically all patients receive antioxidants nutrients, trace elements and minerals via a drip (intravenously).

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Thymus peptides

The thymus plays an important role in the overall immunomodulation. One could say that the thymus is the brain of the immune system.

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Ozone therapy

Medical ozone is applied in addition to other therapeutic methods and it belongs to well-published studies of substantial number of universities for enhancement of various immune functions (Robert Gorter is guest lecturer at many universities on these topics around the world).

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