October-December 2019| Vol 10| Issue 4
Hyperthermic oncology, it is time of resurrection
Heat as a therapeutic agent at large and as a treatment for cancer dates back to the earliest medical treatise in India.
The first effort to use hyperthermia in the modern context India dates back ...
Heat generation from magnetic fluids under alternating current magnetic field or induction coil for hyperthermia-based cancer therapy: Basic principle
Superparamagnetic particles (SUPs) have been used in many applications in the area of hyperthermia-based cancer treatment, as a magnetic resonance imaging contrast agent, as a carrier for drug, in t...
Promising role of hyperthermia concurrent with radiation in the treatment of head-and-neck cancers: A retrospective comparative study
Aim: We aimed to investigate retrospectively the cases of head-and-neck cancer treated with hyperthermia along with radiation in comparison with chemoradiation in terms of local control, surv...
Hyperthermia therapy of cancer: Need for deeper biological insights for improved therapeutic outcome
Hyperthermia is the most ancient cancer treatment modality used much before even the discoveries of conventional therapeutic modalities such as radiotherapy. Since then, as a cancer therapeutic moda...
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Abstracts of 11th biennial conference of indian association of hyperthermic oncology and medicine, february 15-16, 2020, Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai
Modulated Electro-Hyperthermia – Towards the Immunogenic Hyperthermic Action
Professor, Chair, Department of Biotechnics, St.Istvan University, Hungary, Chief Sci...
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