Cancer centers and clinics / Top clinic in Germany, Friedrichshafen

Cancer centers and clinics in Germany

Cancer centers and clinics in Germany are considered to be the most effective in the fight against cancer. The Friedrichshafen clinic is one of the certified medical centers in Germany, specializing in providing medical care to patients with various kinds of malignancies, including the kidney cancer and prostate cancer.

What kind of help does the Friedrichshafen clinic offer?

The Friedrichshafen clinic along with the other leading cancer centers in Germany treats malignant and benign tumors of various organs and systems, exploring their origins (etiology) as well as the mechanisms and patterns of development (pathogenesis), and offering methods for prevention and therapy of tumor diseases.

The Friedrichshafen clinic in Germany unites the following departments and medical centers, involved in cancer treatment:

  • Department of urology, pediatric urology and urologic oncology under the leadership of Dr. W. Esser-Bartels provides treatment for prostate malignancies (including the operative method DaVinci) as well as the surgical treatment of malignant and benign diseases of kidneys, urethra, urinary tract and male genital organs.
  • Department of gastroenterology, hepatology and oncology under the guidance of Prof. Dr. C. Arnold in collaboration with the surgical department (head is Dr. T. Lehmann) offers the treatment of gastric cancers.
  • Department of gynecology (head is Dr. H.-W. Vollert) treats various tumors of the female reproductive system.

The Friedrichshafen clinic, Germany, provides treatment for the following kinds of tumors:

  • Malignancies of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, prostate, breast, gynecologic organs, lungs, etc. These develop from epithelial cells of various organs.
  • Sarcomas, which develop in bone, cartilage, muscle, fat and connective tissue.
  • Tumors of the hematopoietic system, e.g. leukemia that affect blood and blood-forming organs. Both acute and chronic forms of leukemia can be treated in Germany.
  • Lymphoma i.e. tumor of the lymphatic system of the body. Focus of the disease is localized in the lymph nodes.
  • Plasmacytoma or multiple myeloma is another type of malignancy, which can be associated with lymphoma.

Cancer diagnostics in the Friedrichshafen clinic

Cancer clinics and centers in Germany, including the Friedrichshafen center, provide the following range of diagnostic measures:

  • clinical examination by an oncologist
  • laboratory tests
  • biopsy
  • ultrasound investigation of internal organs
  • blood test for the detection of tumor markers (these tests can determine tumor activity in a body as a whole or in separate organs and systems).

Cancer centers and clinics in Germany use the following diagnostic methods:

  • X-ray
  • CT - computed tomography
  • MRI - magnetic resonance imaging
  • PET - positron emission tomography
  • scintigraphy (skeleton, thyroid)
  • pathological examination, cytological examination
  • endoscopic examination

Treating malignant tumors in the Friedrichshafen clinic

Cancer centers in Germany use various treatment strategies. The treatment option is usually chosen according to the nature and stage of the tumor disease and might include the following therapeutic measures:

Cancer centers and clinics in Germany offer their patients a wide range of services for the diagnosis and treatment of all types of neoplastic diseases.

The most important criterion for a successful treatment of cancer and other diseases is their timely detection. Cancer centers and clinics in Germany have all the technical abilities to perform high-precision diagnostic and preventive measures. Leading specialists use these data to develop an individual therapeutic program, corresponding to the extent of disease and the patient's physical condition. Oncology centers reveal neoplastic diseases by means of modern diagnostic methods.

Cancer centers and clinics in Germany use surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and bone marrow transplantation to treat different kinds of malignant diseases. Additional chemotherapy or radiation treatment, required after surgery (primary treatment) is called adjuvant therapy. Its aim is to destroy all malignant cells thus preventing the recurrence of the disease.

Palliative therapy is offered when there is no more chance to cure the patient. This kind of therapy aims at prolonging and improving the quality of life of patients.

On a global scale cancer treatment in Germany is at its highest level of development due to the use of advanced scientific and technological achievements, investments in the development of new medical techniques and their implementation in the regular oncologic practice. High professional training for specialists also plays an essential role. The most successful and experienced cancer centers and clinics are found in Germany. More and more patients suffering from oncologic diseases come to Germany, entrusting their lives to German specialists.

You can contact us by phone +49 7541 97 82 751 or via email if you need cancer diagnostics and treatment or if you are looking for a suitable cancer center. We will gladly answer all your questions!

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Comments and questions

KA 2018-07-19 / 12:15

Good Morning

I hope this finds you well. I am writing this email on the behalf of my mother from Egypt and would appreciate your prompt reply. She was diagnosed with a melanoma (in her left eye) and had it surgically removed in Liverpool back in 2008. However, recently she started complaining from pains in her stomach. Scans showed multiple echogenic and hypo-echoic defects of variable sizes on the liver.

In the light of her medical history, Doctors suggest that her case might be a post-melanoma case. I am attaching here the recent reports and scans she underwent and some of her earlier surgery's reports. Further tests proved that the melanoma is bouncing back through the liver and we were advised by several doctors in the UK to use the delcath system treatment.

However, we could not arrange for a fast appointment in the UK as only one hospital offers this kind of treatment. Therefore, I am writing this email to check if we can arrange for a consultation to diagnose the patient and if if you offer this kind of treatment. If so, how soon can we arrange for an appointment.

GV 2018-02-14 / 11:21

Good morning,
my husband is a Namibian citizen, who has been diagnossed with Large Diffuse B Cell Lymphoma in January 2018. He is receiving chemo in South Africa, at the moment Ribomustin! He has a lot of pain as his lymph nodes are large pre aorta and I am wondering if this is the best route to follow! Thank you kindly, as we are Namibians, we trust in our German friends, as we are aware of the abilities Germany has!

AD 2018-02-05 / 07:24

Do you have the new cancer seek blood tests?

RO 2018-01-08 / 17:23

Hello. My uncle have stomach cancer with metastates to colon, he want to come to Germany to get treatment, but what treatement do you give? Best regards.

MA 2017-08-27 / 12:53


my dad had cancer in gallbladder and he did surgery and the staging of his cancer is: T2N1MX. The oncologist report stated that there no further treat available in the hospital in Saudi. Can you please review this case and let me know how can I send you further details or report if need to assess his situation if there is any further treatment option at your hospital.

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MD Claus F. Fieseler

MD Claus F. Fieseler
Head of the Urology and Nephrology Department

MD Eberhard Köhler

MD Eberhard Köhler
Head physician assistant

MD Carsten Sippel

MD Carsten Sippel
Head physician assistant

Prof MD Wilhelm Esser-Bartels

Prof MD Wilhelm Esser-Bartels
Head physician assistant

MD Christina Schmitt

MD Christina Schmitt
Senior physician


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