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Praxis für Hyperthermie - Dr Med Hüseyin Sahinbas

Dr Med Hüseyin Sahinbas at the Practice for Hyperthermia at the Pradus Medical Center am Kaiserteich studied medicine in Antwerp and Aachen, and he was one of the first students who enrolled at Witten/Herdecke University. Dr Sahinbas is an award-winning specialist for radiology and radiation therapy, and was recognised with the FOCUS award in 2019.

As an international expert for Hyperthermia, radiation therapy and biological cancer therapy, Dr Sahinbas directs the Training Center for Hyperthermia and Complementary Medicine and also serves as the president of the German Society for Hyperthermia (DGHT).



Last Updated:21/10/2023
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Pradus Medical Center am Kaiserteich
Reichsstraße 59, Düsseldorf, 40217, Germany

+49-211 / 3160 0422
All therapies provided at this location:
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