Over 60,000 new uterine cancers are diagnosed each year in the U.S.
How Hyperthermia Therapy Works
Research has demonstrated that hyperthermia, when combined with chemotherapy, radiation therapy and immunotherapy, improves outcomes in patients with endometrial or uterine cancer. The application of hyperthermia to a tumor can have numerous positive effects on cancer cells. In simplest terms, heat from hyperthermia therapy disrupts cell membranes and increases blood flow to the tumor, making the tumor more sensitive and vulnerable both to your body’s natural immune defenses and to other cancer therapies.