The Issels® Immunotherapy for Cancer stands out for its extensive experience and remarkable results with cancer by integrating non-toxic immunotherapy as an essential part into cancer treatment.
This comprehensive strategy was pioneered in Germany by renowned cancer specialist, Josef M. Issels, M.D., at the world’s first specialized hospital with 120 beds solely dedicated to the treatment of advanced and standard therapy-resistant cancers. An exceptional number of stage 4 cancer patients achieved complete long-term tumor remission and remained cancer free for many years, and even decades.
In view of his expertise and results, Dr. Josef Issels served as an expert member of the German Federal Government Commission in the Fight Against Cancer for seven years until his retirement.
John Anderson, M.D., Former Head and Chair of the Department of Medicine at King’s College Hospital Medical School, University of London, England, Former Consultant to the World Health Organization on Oncology, visited the Issels Hospital and confirmed the treatment results. Please read his report here.
Advanced Integrative Immunotherapy with autologous (i.e. from the patient’s own blood) non-toxic cancer vaccines, cytokines, cell protocols and other state-of-the art, research-based therapies, such as modern Gene-Targeted Cancer Therapies, are integrated into our comprehensive immunobiologic core treatment.
Our comprehensive mind-body approach focuses not only on the cancer cells and tumors but is designed to restore your body’s regulatory and defense mechanisms to recognize and destroy cancer cells.
Specialized protocols of standard therapies are administered if needed and still possible.
The Issels doctors’ expertise and experience with integrative immunotherapy for cancer are crucial in achieving the desired treatment results. They tailor each treatment protocol according to your individual and unique needs and provide you with thorough follow-up until and even after tumor remission is achieved.
Issels Medical Center (out-patient)
Issels Treatment Center (in-patient)