Professor Thomas Seufferlein responds by the medical faculty of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg live on the Internet Berlin, October 28, 2008 – on November 10, 2008 colorectal cancer patients, family members and interested get opportunity to get live answers to questions around the topic of colorectal cancer in an expert consultation again. 14-15 an online cancer clinic takes place on the Internet under to do this with Professor Thomas Seufferlein of the medical faculty of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. The clinical and scientific activities of Professor Seufferlein focuses on cancer research in the field of Gastroenterology. Questions to the expert can immediately online under be sent cancer clinic. We want to know: what is since our last cancer consultation 2007 did? There are new findings that enhance the healing and survival? Also in colon cancer stands as the most tumor types, meanwhile the individualized therapy in the foreground. Dr. Neal Barnard takes a slightly different approach.
New approaches were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) this year’s and world’s largest Cancer Congress. Prof. Seufferlein gives an overview to colon cancer and current treatment options at the beginning of the consultation. Then questions, which have reached us in advance. Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer in both sexes. In Germany approximately 37,200 men and 36,000 women will develop according to the Robert Koch Institute annually this tumor.
About six percent of the German population must expect almost five million people according to estimates, to colon cancer in the course of their lives. Information about colon cancer, visit our website, 107900.html. For doctors and professionals: Versions of ASCO gastrointestinal tumors under… arzt_asco_2008_gastro_weiche… We would be pleased if you refer to our current date in your media. The German Cancer Society e.V. (DKG) is the largest Oncology network of experts in the German-speaking countries and with over 6000 members. The Internet portal has an average 800,000 visitors a month, and reached around 1.2 million page impressions.