Treating equine sarcoids as an illustration of tumour therapy

Dr. med. vet. Ferdinand Denzinger, Schönsee, Germany
Alternative methods of treating tumours are attracting increasing interest from patients and therapists due to the often dismal prognoses given by conventional medical methods of combating tumours. The most common type of tumour found in horses is the equine sarcoid. I should therefore like to use this example to show how it can be treated with bioresonance therapy, supporting my position with case studies.
The equine sarcoid (ES) is a skin tumour of mesenchymal origin which affects the epidermis to varying degrees (Jackson 1936). As regards its biological properties, an equine sarcoid is a semi-malignant tumour (Stünzi and Weiss), which is locally invasive and grows aggressively. No metastasis is observed. However there is a marked tendency to relapse following treatment.
Six different forms of equine sarcoid are distinguished based on their clinical appearance (Pascoe and Knotenbelt 1999):
Occult sarcoid: usually circular, rais...

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