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Uterine Cancer Treatments


Regina Baldwin was 57 and post-menopausal when she started spotting and experiencing pain during intercourse.  She was shocked when her gynecologist told her she had endometrial cancer.  And she shocked her family when she announced that she was going to a treatment center in Germany.  


An aerobics instructor and avid jogger, Baldwin maintained a healthy weight, had never taken estrogen or Tamoxifen or had radiation to the pelvis.  She had 3 children, and her periods had always been normal, so she had none of the risk factors associated with endometrial cancer.


Endometrial cancer is the most common cancer of the female reproductive system.  Ninety-five per cent of uterine cancers, like Baldwin’s, develop in the lining of the uterus. Sarcomas that develop in the muscle of the uterus are very rare.  In 2010, there were 43,470 new cases in the USA, most in women over 55.  There were 7,950 deaths due to endometrial cancer in that same year.


The uterus is pear shaped and located in the pelvis between the bladder and rectum.  During childbearing years, the uterine lining grows thicker each month to prepare for pregnancy.  When pregnancy does not occur, the thick bloody lining is shed through the vagina.  This cycle occurs regularly until menopause.



When normal cells in the uterus begin to change and grow uncontrollably, tumors may form.  The most common symptoms of endometrial cancer are abnormal bleeding or discharge, difficulty emptying the bladder, pain in the pelvic area, or pain during sex or urination.


Diagnosis is done by pelvic exam, ultrasound, biopsy, a pap test to see if the cancer has spread to the cervix and labs to measure kidney function and tumor markers.  Other tests may include chest X-ray, CT scans and MRIs.


When Baldwin was presented with conventional medicine’s standard treatment – surgery, chemotherapy and radiation and hormone therapy – she began to research side effects.

Surgery usually involves removing the ovaries, fallopian tubes, part of the vagina, lymph nodes and the uterus itself.  Side effects include nausea and vomiting, loss of bladder control, constipation, loss of desire, hot flashes, vaginal dryness and night sweats.  Removing lymph nodes may cause lymphedema, a painful swelling in the legs.


Radiation and chemotherapy causes hair loss, skin tenderness, diarrhea, vomiting, vaginal burns, infections, exhaustion, low blood counts, mouth and lip sores, numbness in extremities, hearing loss, joint pain and swelling.  She decided to undergo a modified hysterectomy, but refused chemo and radiation.


Further research told her that when caught early, about 84% of patients live up to 5 years.  The survival rate for late stage endometrial cancer is only 10%.    Faced with these dismal statistics, Baldwin told her doctor she wanted to get a second opinion before deciding on a course of treatment.  And she began to look into alternative clinics located both in and outside of the US.


“I found many clinics in the states that offered excellent programs for detox and immune support, but none could offer the aggressive natural therapies that are only legal outside of the US,” Baldwin explained.


“I learned that the cancer had been in my uterus for a long time before symptoms appeared, so I felt comfortable taking a few weeks to look at all my options.  I was not going to be rushed into a treatment that had so many side effects.  I wanted to live, and I wanted to be able to enjoy life with my children and grandchildren.”


Finally, Baldwin found a website for German Cancer clinics. She send her records for review, and they contacted her the next day with their recommendations. After speaking to one of the doctors they recommended, she decided to fly to Frankfurt to receive hyperthermia and many other aggressive natural therapies. As soon as she recovered from surgery, she and her mother set out on their journey.


According to Baldwin, it was her research findings on local and whole body hyperthermia treatments that made her choose Hope4Cancer.


Hyperthermia has been used in Germany for over two decades.  Recently the FDA approved microwave hyperthermia for medical use in the US, but microwaves can only be used on a small area at a time, and only penetrates a short way beneath the skin.  Sound wave or radio wave hyperthermia can be used as a whole body treatment to find and destroy cancer cells throughout the body.  This type of treatment also kills parasites, virus and fungi while stimulating the immune system.  Baldwin’s research confirmed that this treatment would be safe and effective in fighting her cancer.


According to Baldwin, making this decision was not easy.  “My parents were appalled that I was traveling to Germany for treatment.  My kids were very supportive.  My gynecologist thought I was crazy.  My best friend said she was 100% behind whatever decision I would make and that was the best thing anyone could have said to me.  I needed the people around me to respect my decision as the right one for me.”


“It’s been 4 years since my treatment at the clinic, and I feel confident I will remain cancer free. My test results are still clean.   I maintain a healthy diet, and stay on a maintenance program from the clinic.  I think I made the right decision.”


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