Progress in Medicine

Progress in Medicine


Parkinson's disease - Covid 19 - Dengue fever - Herpes - Chickenpox - Shingles - Clamydia - Gonorrhoea - Diarrhoea - Intestinal diseases - Malaria - Heart disease

Pericarditis - Lyme disease - Encephalitis - Meningitis - Multi-resistant hospital germs (Klebsiella - Pneumonia) - Parasite-induced or associated cancers . . . . .





Parasites are the actual cause of numerous serious and sometimes life-threatening diseases. For quite a few of these diseases, there are still either no treatment options or only treatments that are sometimes associated with considerable side effects.

If at all possible, treatments often only focus on reducing the symptoms instead of getting to the bottom of the causes and eliminating them.


In cancer therapy, tumors and metastases are often treated with chemotherapy, which can help to eliminate diseased cells but also carries the risk of damaging healthy cells. An already compromised immune system can be further impaired by such treatments.


Instead of "shooting at sparrows with a sledgehammer" ("to take a sledgehammer to crack a nut"), a new procedure was developed around 5 years ago which was intended to specifically address the causes of the disease and not just the symptoms. Numerous patients have already been successfully treated in recent years.

Parasites in the human body

It was possible to selectively kill pathogenic microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, amoebae, protozoa, worms) in the human body without surgical intervention, without pharmaceuticals / vaccinations with potential side effects and also without radiation or chemical treatments that are detrimental to health.

The potential applications of the new procedure are very diverse and far from exhausted. For certain diseases, such as Parkinson's, there are still hardly any risk-free treatment options despite numerous research activities. The reduction of some symptoms is usually time-consuming and costly. However, the new procedure has shown that even patients who have had all the typical symptoms of Parkinson's for years can be symptom-free within 1 month with intensive treatment.

Treatment centres in which the new procedure is to be used are currently being planned.

If you have any questions in this regard, please use the contact form. We ask potential future partners and operational operators or investors of treatment centres in their countries to also use the contact form to communicate with us in order to gain access to further information.