The Ministry of Health has approved clinical trials of what is considered a possible breakthrough in cancer treatment. But while the general public has great expectations from tests, medical experts warn that many problems connected with the treatment are still unresolved and that its effects have yet to be proven. Olga Szantova has the story.
The method, called de-vitalization, is based on cutting off the blood supply to malignant tumors, causing them to die off, instead of the conventional practice of surgically removing them. Professor Pavel Klener, chairman of the Czech Cancer Society says that in principle this is not really a new treatment.
New foreigners’ law to change conditions for non-EU nationals
Czech foreign ministry reports record number of visa applications
Restaurant tells visitors to “clear their plates” or pay a 50 crown fine for wasting food
New index shows locations with best quality of life in Czech Republic
Archaeologists unearth rare Renaissance-Baroque brew house in ‘Czech Paradise’