Better through Cancer Therapy with Genki Biological Concepts

Cancer treatment has side effects. Moro Genki Clinic supports patients holistically on this difficult journey.

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Cancer is an expression of long-term dysfunction of the organism.

If this is so, why do we sometimes not even notice that we are no longer healthy? It’s because of our amazing, extremely adaptable body.

Today we know that some symptoms only appear when 75% or more of the organ’s function is no longer available.

What are the side effects of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy?

Side effects such as extreme fatigue, nausea, vomiting and indigestion occur during chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Alleviation of these problems can be achieved mainly with Asian and Western phytorecipes.

To support salutogenesis/self-healing abilities in cancer there are proven nutritional concepts that are individually developed for you.

Targeted laboratory tests can be used to detect and count cancer stem cells circulating in the blood and measure their sensitivity to chemotherapeutic agents or phytological/herbal active substances.

This allows us to offer a more individualized adjuvant/supportive antitumor therapy and accompany our patients therapeutically or preventively.

We screen patients’ blood for important biochemical markers and use targeted infusion therapies to ensure they don’t feel so tired anymore.

With mitochondrial function diagnostics, we can investigate how your mitochondria are working.

Recognize nutrient deficiencies in time and address them holistically

There is the possibility of micronutrient deficiencies due to an unbalanced diet or intestinal inflammation that could be caused or exacerbated by chemotherapy.

This weakens resilience and increases the fatigue and exhaustion that may already exist.

Nutritional counseling with information on foods that, for example, inhibit tumor nutrition or support the immune system in killing tumor cells is therefore very important.

For overall well-being/salutogenesis, laboratory-confirmed micronutrient deficiencies must be quickly compensated with infusions.

Equally important is lifestyle medicine with health practices such as yoga, conscious breathing and adapted outdoor movements.

A holistic approach including psycho-neuro-immunological aspects is both a vision and a mission.

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The Moro Genki clinic is a local partner of Nau.ch in the regions of Wetzikon and Chur. Thanks to its commitment, the Moro Genki Clinic enables local content on Nau.ch.

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