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Kidney cancer treatment in Germany

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The best doctors for kidney cancer treatment in Germany

Prof. Susanne Krege
Work experience: over 30 years


  • operative and conservative urological oncology;
  • plastic reconstructive urology;
  • performs the full range of urological surgeries, open and laparoscopic (with the help of a robotic surgeon);
  • organized gender reassignment surgeries at the Essen-Mitte Clinic (KEM).

Member of numerous national and international scientific organizations, including:

  • board member of the German Society of Urology;
  • Acts as Deputy Spokesperson for the Working Group on Uro-Oncology (AUO) of the German Cancer Society.
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Work experience: over 30 years

Sebastian Wille is a German urologist, university professor and deputy director of the Clinic and Polyclinic of Urology at the University Hospital of Cologne.


  • reconstructive urology;
  • urological dysfunction of the lower urinary tract;
  • male and female urinary incontinence.

Scientific activity:

  • Professor, MD.
  • Professor Ville is the author and co-author of more than 120 scientific works and publications.
  • He has 2 patents for inventions, including Ville capsules.

Membership in professional organizations:

  • German Society of Urology (DGU);
  • European Association of Urologists (EAU);
  • International Society of Urinary Tract (ICS).
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Dr. Borge Arndt
Work experience: over 15 years

Head physician of the Department of Hematology and Oncology at the Helios Clinic named after Emil von Behring.


  • chemotherapy;
  • antibody therapy or immunotherapy for blood diseases and cancer;
  • gastrointestinal oncology;
  • personalized precision oncology.


  • 2001-2008 – Free University of Berlin / Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, University of Zurich;
  • 2011 – defended his doctoral dissertation;
  • 2016 – specialist in internal medicine/hematology/oncology.

Professional experience:

  • 2008-2016 – medical clinical practice: Grosshadern campus and department of hematology/oncology on the Innenstadt campus, Munich University Hospital;
  • 2016-2017 – senior physician, Department of Hematology/Oncology, Passau Hospital;
  • since 2017 – senior doctor, department of hematology/oncology at the Helios Clinic named after Emil von Behring, Berlin (since 2021 – leading senior physician);
  • from 2023 – head physician, department of hematology and oncology, Helios Clinic named after Emil von Behring, Berlin.
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Dr. Steffen Hallmann
Work experience: over 25 years

Chief Physician at Helios Hospital Bad Saarow.


  • tumor surgery;
  • drug-based tumor therapy;
  • treatment of stones;
  • laparoscopic surgeries.


  • 09.1991-11.1997 – Faculty of Medicine, University of Magdeburg;
  • 2002 – Doctorate in medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Magdeburg.

Additional qualifications:

  • 2005 – Qualification in «laser in medicine»;
  • 2013 – Additional qualification in «drug-based tumor therapy».

Professional experience:

  • 1997-1998 – Assistant Physician, Department of Urology, Humaine Hospital Bad Saarow;
  • 1998-1999 – Assistant Physician, Department of Surgery, Hospital Beeskow;
  • 1999-2003 – Assistant Physician, Department of Urology, Humaine Hospital Bad Saarow;
  • 03.12.2003 – Urologist;
  • 2005-2009 – Senior Physician, Department of Urology, Humaine/Helios Hospital Bad Saarow;
  • 2009-2015 – Managing Senior Physician, Department of Urology, Helios Hospital Bad Saarow.


  • German Society of Urology (DGU);
  • Berlin Society of Urology (BUG);
  • Berlin Surgical Society (BCG);
  • European Association of Urology (EAU);
  • East Brandenburg Tumour Centre (OBTZ).
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Patient reviews about kidney cancer treatment in Germany
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Diagnosis: kidney cancer

From the bottom of my heart I want to express my gratitude to Professor Schrader and all the staff of the Berlin-Buch Clinic for their high professionalism, efficiency, attentive attitude towards patients. He quickly determined the tactics of treatment and a week later I was scheduled for surgery. I doubted that such a complex operation as a nephrectomy could be performed laparoscopically, but the professor had golden hands. He recovered very quickly. During the week of my stay in the hospital, I never had any complaints about the staff. Everyone was very attentive, polite and friendly.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

After contacting the Asklepios Barmbek clinic, we had only positive impressions. The trip was organized at the highest level, support and participation were felt in everything. Professor Gross consulted us in the clinic. He commented on the results of all studies, spoke about the nuances of the disease and answered all our questions in detail. The visit to Asklepios gave us hope and a positive attitude. Thanks a lot, everyone!

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

We contacted the Nordwest Clinic in Frankfurt am Main. Now I am undergoing treatment here with Professor Becht.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

The urologist who made the diagnosis was sure that due to the unfortunate location of the tumor, the kidney would have to be removed. Having no acquaintances in the field of medicine and in general a time (end of the year), we began to search the Internet for information about treatment in Germany. The choice fell on a clinic in Berlin. We emailed medical records as well as CT scans. A German urologist wrote that it is possible to perform a minimally invasive partial kidney resection assisted by a Da Vinci robot. And we went to Germany. At the hospital, we were immediately explained in detail all the nuances of the planned operation, told about all possible complications. On December 14, my husband was operated on, and the kidney was saved. The chamber was beautiful, the doctor of the highest qualification, very caring. Twice a day he came and examined Igor personally. The food in the German clinic was also excellent. After 5 days, the husband was already discharged from the clinic in normal condition. Now the husband practically does not remember the operation, he feels good.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

In early 2018, my father-in-law was diagnosed with a rare stage 4 adrenal cancer. After several months of diagnosis, contacting various clinics in Moscow and St. Petersburg, a disappointing answer was received: treatment of this disease in Russia is not carried out. Clinics in the Baltic States, Finland and Germany were offered to choose from. Naturally, first of all, we turned to clinics in the Baltic states, believing that treatment there would be cheaper and faster. But at that time, the necessary radiopharmaceutical was not available. In order not to lose precious time, we began to consider options for contacting German clinics. Currently, the father-in-law has completed two procedures out of four. There is a significant improvement in health status, the prognosis is encouraging.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

I want to thank the doctors of the Rechts der Isar clinic, where my mommy was treated! Two years ago, she was diagnosed with kidney cancer, and we decided that we would be treated in Germany by the best doctors.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

Dr. Robert Krempien treated me for kidney cancer. Everything went well (the operation was performed). I am now in remission at home.

Diagnosis: kidney cancer

My husband was diagnosed with a kidney tumor. However, we were lucky, as the tumor was in its early stages. My husband’s relatives live in Germany and insisted that we be treated in one of the German clinics, as they believe that there is the best medicine, and they were right. When we arrived in Germany, my husband was admitted to the Asklepios Barmbek hospital, and he was scheduled for an operation. The operation was successful, thanks to which my husband got rid of cancer. I want to note that the medical staff of the clinic are very pleasant and caring. I was pleasantly surprised that they continued to be interested in my husband’s health even after we returned home.

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Kidney cancer treatment programs in Germany

Chemotherapy for kidney cancer treatment in Germany

  • Hospitalization: 3 days
  • Duration of stay in Germany: depending on the chemo protocol, multiple courses of chemotherapy may be required
  • Day 1: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • Day 3: Discharge from the hospital and accommodation in a hotel
  • Day 5: Control examination
  • Day 6: Transfer to the airport

Surgery to remove kidney cancer in Germany

  • Hospitalization: 1 day
  • Duration of stay in Germany: 6 days
  • 1 day: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • 2 day: Surgery, hospitalization
  • 3 day: Discharge from the hospital and accommodation in a hotel
  • 5 day: Control consultation
  • 6 day: Transfer to the airport

Radiation therapy in the treatment of kidney cancer in Germany

  • Hospitalization: Outpatient
  • Duration of stay in Germany: 11-30 days
  • 1 дday: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • days 2-10/29: Irradiation, daily (except weekends)
  • 11-30 day: Transfer to the airport
Why do foreign patients choose kidney cancer treatment in Germany?

Treatment of kidney cancer in GermanyTreatment for kidney cancer in Germany is an opportunity for many people to get a chance for a full recovery and return to everyday life. In recent years, there has been an upward trend in the disease in Europe and the USA. According to statistics from the World Health Organization, more than 430,000 cases of kidney cancer are diagnosed annually, with deaths occurring in almost 180,000 people. Treatment of kidney cancer in Germany is recognized as one of the most successful in global oncology. In recent years, German specialists have developed many innovative treatment regimens in this area. Doctors competently combine classical and innovative treatment methods, thanks to which they record high results and a good survival prognosis in Germany. That is why patients from Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Balkan countries choose kidney cancer treatment in Germany.

What are the benefits of kidney cancer treatment in Germany?

Germany can be considered the best place for the treatment of all cancer diseases:

  1. Germany is a leader in medical investments, so clinics are equipped with the latest equipment modifications. This allows for effective and safe treatment of kidney cancer in Germany.
  2. Cancer centers in Germany are certified by the German Cancer Society (DKG). In total, about 1,500 centers are certified.
  3. Specialists undergo strict examination – 93% of doctors are certified by national and international oncology societies, many of them participate in scientific research.
  4. German surgeons specialize in organ-preserving operations that remove tumors and diseased tissue while preserving kidney function.
  5. Oncologists use exclusively original drugs with proven effectiveness and studied effects on the body. They are manufactured specifically for the EU countries and unavailable in other countries.
  6. In Germany, many clinical trials are conducted (over 4,600), in which new drugs and their combinations and adaptive immunotherapy are tested. Patients have the opportunity to be the first to receive innovative therapy.
  7. Germany offers reasonable prices for kidney cancer treatment. At the same time, they provide a high level of medical care and transparency in the pricing system. Patients can learn in advance about the cost of treatment and possible additional expenses.
  8. Treatment of kidney cancer in Germany includes strategies to preserve patients’ quality of life. They receive psychological support and advice on nutrition, physical activity and relapse prevention.

According to reviews from patients who were treated for kidney cancer in Germany, this is one of the best options for people with this diagnosis.

What general information do you need to know about kidney cancer?

Kidney cancer - kidney adenocarcinomaKidney cancer occurs in the mucous membrane of the tubules or other parts of the organ. About 90% of cases are kidney adenocarcinoma (renal cell carcinoma). Its danger lies in its rapid spread throughout the body through the lymphatic system and bloodstream. If not treated on time, metastases will quickly reach distant structures, worsening the survival prognosis.

Kidney cancer may not manifest itself for a long time until the tumor reaches a large size and blood appears in the urine. That is why this type of cancer is often detected already at stage 4. Symptoms that should alert you:

  • pain and tightness in the lateral area;
  • decreased appetite;
  • fatigue;
  • weight loss.

Scientists have not fully identified why kidney carcinoma occurs. Among the most likely causes, doctors name smoking, addiction to diuretics, abuse of meat products, age over 70 years, diabetes, and genetic predisposition.

How is kidney cancer diagnosed in Germany?

German oncologists prescribe examinations using modern technologies to develop an effective treatment plan. Diagnostics may include:

  1. A blood chemistry test to detect markers that indicate cancer progression.
  2. Diagnostics with imaging (ultrasound, CT, MRI) give an idea of the tumor’s shape, location, and size.
  3. X-ray of the chest and bones (with radioactive contrast) helps identify metastases in the body.
  4. Biopsy to examine cancerous tissue.
  5. Genetic testing determines the possibility of a hereditary origin of the disease and identifies the risk of getting the disease for other family members.
  6. PET-CT makes it possible to detect a tumor process at the initial stage, distant metastases in the body in the late stages of cancer, and monitor therapy.

An innovative technology that significantly increases the effectiveness of therapy is a genetic diagnosis of a tumor. The genetic laboratory CeGaT in Tübingen offers genetic profiling of cancer tissues. These tests help to create a personalized immunotherapy regimen, and also, when hereditary risks are identified, to take timely preventive measures for the patient’s loved ones. Consultation with the world’s leading geneticists is also available here.

Advanced equipment allows doctors to make a diagnosis with 100% accuracy, which is important for drawing up the optimal treatment plan for kidney cancer in Germany.

What are the main treatments for kidney cancer in Germany?

Surgical removal of kidney cancerOncologists in Germany offer patients comprehensive treatment for kidney cancer, including current therapy methods with proven effectiveness.

The treatment regimen for kidney cancer in Germany is being developed by a group of different specialists.

Key technologies:

  1. Surgical removal of the tumor. Doctors mainly perform minimally invasive interventions through several punctures, which guarantee less tissue trauma and rapid postoperative recovery. A Da Vinci robot or laparoscope is used. Depending on the degree of organ damage, the following is performed:
  • partial nephrectomy – removal of the affected part of the kidney (for a tumor of 4-7 cm);
  • total nephrectomy – complete removal of the kidney and adjacent tissues when the tumor size is over 7 cm.
  1. Nano-knife – removal of a tumor using electric current during surgery. It allows you to effectively destroy the tumor without damaging healthy tissue. The procedure significantly improves and prolongs the patient’s life; in some cases, it is possible to achieve complete remission.
  2. Cryoablation – freezing of the cancerous lesion at temperatures down to -140 °C. This is one of the best methods for patients with early-stage cancer.
  3. Radiofrequency ablation – destruction of cancer cells with high-frequency current using an electrode placed in the tumor.
  4. Arterial embolization. The technology is considered an alternative, gentle option for surgery. Doctors artificially block sections of arteries and capillaries that feed the tumor, as a result of which it resolves over time.
  5. Targeted therapy. Its essence is to block the growth of malignant cells by using special biological drugs. This type of treatment is recommended for all stages of cancer, including advanced cases.
  6. HIFU therapy – exposure to cancer lesions with high-frequency ultrasound. They are combined with magnetic resonance imaging, making it possible to direct waves to the tumor accurately.

Oncologists in Germany prescribe radiation and chemotherapy mainly for multiple metastases in the last stages of the disease. German clinics are equipped with the latest generation of linear accelerators, which allow high-precision irradiation of cancer lesions without affecting healthy tissue. However, it is worth noting that these methods for the treatment of kidney cancer in Germany are not the main ones.

According to summary data from German clinics, renal function after surgery decreases by 26%, radiofrequency ablation – by 13%, and cryotherapy – by 6%.

What alternative options are there in Germany for kidney cancer treatment?

German medical centers are among the world leaders in the number of scientific research and developments in oncology. Here, they are the first to introduce new programs for the treatment of kidney cancer, including stage 4. They show their success and give a good prognosis for survival.

The Immuno-Oncology Center Cologne IOZK offers patients unique, effective technologies for treating cancer using immunotherapy, which are not available in the patients’ home countries:

  1. IOZK immunotherapy using the IO-VAC antitumor vaccine. The vaccine is made individually for each patient. It includes dendritic cells that carry information about cancer cell antigens. This allows the immune system to identify and destroy tumor cells in the body.
  2. Virotherapy is the introduction of oncolytic viruses into the body, which infect and destroy only malignant cells. This stimulates the patient’s immune system to fight cancer. Virotherapy enhances the effectiveness of antitumor vaccines.
  3. Checkpoint inhibitor treatment prescribes drugs with specific molecular features to enhance the body’s immune response against cancer.

The West German Proton Therapy Center in Essen (WPE) is one of the few medical institutions that offers a gentle alternative to radiation therapy. It is especially indicated for multiple lesions and is well tolerated by patients.

In university centers in Germany, the immunology of kidney tumors is being studied in detail to develop fundamentally new treatment regimens that have no analogs in the world. One of the promising areas in immunotherapy for kidney cancer that does not respond to traditional treatment is allogeneic (donor) stem cell transplantation.

Kidney cancer treatment in Germany: what is the price?

Cost of kidney cancer treatment in GermanyThe price for kidney cancer treatment in Germany is based on the G-DRG (German Diagnosis Related Groups) system and is based on the tariffs of the Ministry of Health.

The price of kidney cancer treatment in Germany depends on various parameters:

  • the volume of diagnostic studies;
  • stage and characteristics of the disease;
  • selected methods of therapy and subsequent rehabilitation;
  • pricing policy of a particular clinic.

Approximate prices for basic procedures:

  • nephrectomy with the Da Vinci robot – from $17,800;
  • PET-CT – from $2100;
  • Nano knife – $12,000;
  • laparoscopic kidney removal – from $21,000;
  • immunotherapy (drugs) – from $60,000.

More detailed advice on prices for kidney cancer treatment in Germany will be provided by Experts Medical coordinating doctors.

Where is the best treatment for kidney cancer in Germany?

In Germany, kidney cancer treatment is successfully carried out in more than 70 hospitals. Based on hospital data and patient reviews, Experts Medical coordinators identified the best medical centers:

  1. Charite Clinic in Berlin. For nine years in a row, Charite has topped the ranking of the best German hospitals in Germany (according to Focus). The Oncology Center is included among the best specialized institutes in the country and is certified by the German Cancer Society. Patients can count on a comprehensive, individualized treatment program tailored to all the characteristics of the individual. All types of modern tumor surgery and immunotherapy are available here. Some technologies for diagnosing and treating cancer have no analogs in the world.
  2. University Hospital Essen – from 2021 to 2023, holds the lead in the list of the Best Clinics according to Newsweek magazine. It specializes in the surgical treatment of cancer using minimally invasive methods. Surgeons thoroughly perform robot-assisted tumor resection. Targeted, immune and proton therapies are available.
  3. Clinic Nordwest in Frankfurt am Main. The center is accredited by the European Society of Oncology (ESMO). Only 22 hospitals in the world have this certificate. Nordwest is also the only clinic in Germany that operates a certified Focused Ultrasound Treatment Center. For over 26 years, clinical trials of new immunotherapy drugs have been conducted here, which are the first to be received by hospital patients.
  4. University Hospital in Cologne. It is famous for the best oncologists in Germany who have developed modern methods of treating kidney cancer. Innovative targeted drugs and procedures that are being researched in the clinic become available to patients in the shortest possible time.
  5. Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch specializes in oncology and oncosurgery and has been included in the TOP hospitals in Germany annually since 2019. In 2020, 12 specialists from different departments were included in the list of the best German doctors – according to Focus magazine. The hospital is equipped with a laboratory for immunophenotyping, cytological and molecular genetic studies.

The Experts Medical website presents leading medical centers in Germany with patient treatment reviews there. Complete information about the features of kidney cancer treatment in specific clinics in Germany can be obtained from Experts Medical doctors.

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Experts Medical: go for kidney cancer treatment in GermanyPatients trust the experienced and reliable company Experts Medical to organize kidney cancer treatment in Germany. It cooperates with the best medical centers in the world. Coordinating doctors will provide free advice on all issues of kidney cancer treatment in Germany and help you select a leading specialist.

The company’s experts will prepare medical documents and send them to the clinic for examination by the doctor and drawing up a preliminary treatment regimen. If necessary, the patient will be given a preliminary online consultation. It is also possible to arrange a second medical opinion from leading oncologists, book air tickets, and make hotel reservations.

With the support of Experts Medical, the treatment of kidney cancer in Germany for the patient will be carried out according to the highest international standards.

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