A new book on cancer treatment from Japan has been released. The book, “The Forth Treatment for Medical Refugees: Thermotherapy in the New Century,” was written by Nobuhiro Yoshimizu, M.D., Ph.D., previous director of Yokohama General Hospital.
Extensive research has been carried out by the doctor and he has opened a clinic in Japan to assist people with infrared therapy.
Dr. Yoshimizu uses the term “medical refugees” to describe those who have been sent home to die when surgery, chemotherapy or radiation have been ineffective and the wisdom of Western Medicine offers no further solution.
Dr. Yoshimizu searched for an alternative. In particular, he looked for a device that would use “thermotherapy,” which is a method of heating and killing cancer cells, while improving the body’s immune system.