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Thanks to the advanced therapies made possible by research, the chances of curing cancer in particular have greatly increased in recent years. Improved surgical procedures, radiotherapy, drugs and targeted molecular treatment approaches' occasionally in combination with bone marrow or blood stem cell transplants' have yielded impressive progress in the treatment of our patients. Our bone marrow transplant clinic is the leader in Europe and the second largest in the world, next to that of Seattle.

In addition to modern tumor diagnostics, many clinics are also involved in treating stomach and intestinal ulcers, leukemia and lymphomas, as well as testicular, lung, and eye tumors. Collectively, these departments form the West German Tumor Center.