THE SCIENCE OF HEAT: UNVEILING HYPERTHERMIA
Hyperthermia, an integrative therapy, involves inducing a fever-like response in the body. While our natural fever response combats viruses and bacteria, hyperthermia uses controlled heat to target cancer cells. This method avoids chemicals or radiation, elevating the body’s temperature to a range between 103 and 111 degrees Fahrenheit (39.5 to 45 degrees Celsius). The result? Enhanced effectiveness of concurrent cancer treatments.