References

Coley's lessons remembered: Augmenting mistletoe cancer therapy (Integrative Cancer Therapies 2016, Vol. 15(4) 502-511)

"Healing Heat", fever therapy from Busch over Coley to the present day, Amazon.com (2016) 148 p.

Short invited opinion article in New Scientist, Jan. 4th, 2014 about our PRRL-hypothesis and reader letter.

Article in Nature Outlook Dec.19th, 2013 about recent post-Coley thoughts

Mistletoe therapy should be combined with PRRL substances (Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy July 2013)

Article in New Scientist July 2010 on fever and published readers comments

Review in BioEssays October 2009 about the possible role of PAMP-substances in cancer prophylaxis (230KB PDF)

Article in the American Scientist January/February 2009

Epidemiological studies supporting an anti-correlation between infection and cancer

Review in Critical Reviews in Immunology by Uwe Hobohm, John Grange, John Stanford 2008

Article by Jessica Marshall in New Scientist Jan 12th,2008 (4MB PDF)

Review on the role of fever in British Journal of Cancer by Uwe Hobohm 2005 (84KB PDF)

Review on spontaneous regressions in Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy by Uwe Hobohm 2001 (92KB PDF).


References 1868-1990

Helen Coley-Nauts 1990 review about her fathers work (Consensus on Hyperthermia for the 1990s, Ed. H.Bicher, page 483-500, 12 MB PDF)

Forgotten but as instructive as the Coley story: Klyuyeva-book on metronomic treatment of cancer patients using Trypanosoma extracts in the 1940ies in Russia (45 MB PDF)

Report in Amer.J.Surg. about an amazing cure achieved by two stubborn physicians in 1928 (4.5 MB PDF)

Report in Annals of Surgery 1927 by Howard Lilienthal (85,4; Transactions of the NY surgical society, meeting held December 8, 1926, pages 615ff) about a short successful treatment of a child and some other cases

Coley reports 1909 in The Practitioner (83:589-613) about 52 patients treated by him (11 MB PDF)

Report in Berliner klinische Wochenschrift of the first deliberate infection of a cancer patient in 1868 (1.2 MB PDF)

 (C) Uwe Hobohm