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Experimental and Clinical Studies of Hyperthermia for Carcinoma of the Esophagus

  • K. Sugimachi
  • H. Matsuda
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Part of the Clinical Thermology book series (CLIN THERM)

Abstract

The application of hyperthermia to treat malignant tumors is not a new concept. To Hippocrates (470–377 B.C.), the “Father of Medicine”, is attributed the statement that “Those who cannot be cured by medicine can be cured by surgery. Those who cannot be cured by surgery can be cured by hyperthermia. Those who cannot be cured by hyperthermia are probably incurable.”

Keywords

Esophageal Cancer Esophageal Carcinoma Adjacent Normal Tissue Ehrlich Ascites Tumor Heat Sensitivity 
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  • H. Matsuda

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