The immune system is a pre-requisite for confronting viruses, bacteria and allergens and it supports the human body in defending itself against tumours.

Oncogenes that build cancer cells are often released through internal and external influences. The immune system should normally detect these cancer cells. Our immune system is made up of a humoral and a cellular arm. The two arms work together reciprocally and can be diagnosed. Extensive immuno diagnostics should be made prior to commencing an immunotherapy. A special blood analysis can reveal deficiencies in the immune system which can be treated specifically with immunity stimulating medication.