In capable hands: doctors in Germany

Germany's top doctors in various fields are highly respected all over the world because of the research and clinical trials that they carry out. Working closely with other doctors in specialist networks, they guarantee the best standard of care based on the latest medical findings and in all areas of medicine.

The Department of Haematology, Oncology and Rheumatology at Heidelberg University Hospital is run by one of the world’s finest experts in this field, Professor Anthony D. Ho, who set up and managed blood stem cell transplant centres in Canada and the USA. Patients suffering from oncological diseases of the blood such as lymphoma, leukaemia, soft-tissue sarcoma and bone sarcoma can expect the best possible medical care reflecting the latest scientific findings.

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An experienced team of doctors, nurses and physiotherapists, plus an extensive network of other medical specialists, pave the way for optimum and tailored treatment of cancer patients.

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The Department for Paediatric Oncology at Münster University Hospital offers a wealth of experience in the treatment of cancer in children and adolescents.

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The Department of Special Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology at the Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria Hospital, Centre for Endoprosthetics, is a nationally and internationally renowned department for the replacement of artificial joints, in particular for the hip and knee.

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Adiposity, or clinical obesity, is a lifestyle disease affecting increasing numbers of people worldwide. Obese patients often find it difficult to live a normal life, have a severely limited quality of life and find themselves under increasing mental strain.

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Cardiovascular procedures can save lives in a gentle way and are also becoming increasingly important in aesthetic correction. Professor Kolvenbach is Senior Consultant at the Cardiovascular Centre of the Augusta Hospital in the Düsseldorf Catholic Hospital Group (VKKD). Professor Kolvenbach and his team offer the full spectrum of modern cardiovascular surgery, from routine procedures to the replacement of entire major arteries, and all incorporating the latest advancements in modern medicine.

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Cases of cardiovascular disease are on the increase worldwide. There has been a sea change in treatment methods over the last few years. At the German Heart Centre Munich, the disciplines of cardiology and cardiovascular surgery have been organised in an interdisciplinary structure to enable even complicated forms of cardiovascular disease to be treated.

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Diabetes and its secondary diseases can be prevented – or at least recognised early to enable optimum treatment – through regular check-ups, remote monitoring by tele-medics and the use of behavioural therapies. At-risk patients stand to benefit most from this.

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