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Treatment of throat cancer in Germany

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The best doctors for treatment of throat cancer in Germany

Constantin Landes
ENT surgeon
Work experience: over 25 years

Constantin Landes is former Deputy Head of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.


His personal clinical focus is on interdisciplinary treatment strategies and the use of modern surgical technologies. Dr. Landes’ clinical practice spans the entire field of CMFS surgery, from cleft palate, orthognathic and craniofacial surgery to implantology, trauma and tumor management. Accordingly, his main research topics are the development and use of innovative technologies, ranging from new surgical techniques, 3D modeling and materials science to molecular medicine such as stem cells.

Scientific activity:

The results of about 250 scientific publications confirm the high level of research.

Dr. Landes is a member of numerous national and international associations and the recipient of several scientific awards.

He is a member of the boards of several scientific associations, foundations and journals, and has been head of the Offenbach department at Sana’a Hospital since 2015.

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Winfried Hohenhorst
ENT surgeon
Work experience: over 20 years

Clinic for ENT, Head and Neck Surgery at the Alfred Krupp Hospital in Essen.

The doctor specializes in microsurgery of the middle ear, endonasal microendoscopic surgery, including surgery of the draining lacrimal ducts, diagnostic and surgical treatment of sleep-disordered breathing, phonosurgery, plastic and aesthetic surgery.

The doctor relies on innovative treatment options using the latest technologies. It also offers all conservative areas of the ENT clinic.

FOCUS magazine recommends chief physician Dr. med. Winfried Hohenhorst as a TOP doctor for sleep surgery, ear correction and nose correction.

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Johannes David Schultz
ENT surgeon
Work experience: over 15 years

Chief Physician ENT at Helios Hospital Krefeld

Specialist fields:

  • Benign & Malignant Tumors;
  • Treatment for salivary gland disorders;
  • Diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the nose, paranasal sinuses and skull base;
  • Targeted therapy;
  • Sleep medicine;
  • Plastic surgery.

Education and professional activities:

  • 08.2008 – Medical specialist training in thoracic, vascular and visceral surgery, University Medical Center Mannheim, Prof. Dr. med. S. Post
  • 08.2008-04.2009 – Training in intensive care medicine and general surgery in the Clinic for Thoracic, Vascular and Visceral Surgery, University Hospital Mannheim
  • 04.2009 – Specialist Training in Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), Prof. Dr. med. K. Hörmann, Department of Otolaryngology at University Hospital Mannheim
  • 01.2014 – Head of the Department of the Clinical and Experimental Oncology Department of Otolaryngology at University Hospital Mannheim
  • 05.2014 – Senior physician ENT Department at University Hospital Mannheim
  • 10.2014 – Hygiene officer at the University Hospital Mannheim, Department of Otolaryngology, Baden-Württemberg Certificate
  • 09.2014 – Head of the Head & Neck Tumor Center, University Hospital Mannheim
  • 02-04.2016 – Fellowship in the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (MKG), Heidelberg University Hospital, Prof. Dr. Dr. J. Hoffmann
  • 04.2016 – Managing Senior Physician of the ENT Department at the Municipal Hospital Karlsruhe GmbH, Prof. Dr. W. Heppt
  • Head of the Head & Neck Oncology Department and the Facial Resuscitation Competence Center
  • Head of the Center for malignant head and neck diseases at the Clinical Cancer Center Karlsruhe (CCC)
  • 11.2017-02.2018 – Fellowship at the Clinic for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery BG Ludwigshafen BG Hospital, Ruprecht Karls University Heidelberg, Prof. Dr. U. Kneser
  • 02.0218 – Senior Physician ENT Department, Philipps University of Marburg, Prof. Dr. med. B. A. Stuck
  • Head of the Head and Neck Oncology Department
  • From 09.2019 – Chief physician ENT Department, Helios Klinikum Krefeld
  • Head of the DKG-certified Head and Neck Tumor Center


  • 2009–2012 – Baden-Württemberg certificate for university didactics, MQ1/2 HDZ, Tübingen
  • 2011 – Acupuncture Certification, Department of Otolaryngology, Dresden University Hospital
  • 2011 – Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Conducting basics&clinical research UMM, Mannheim
  • 2012 – Certification Course for botulinum toxin (A and B),German society for aesthetic Botulinumtoxin therapy (DGBT), Potsdam
  • 2013 – Radiation Protection Training (upper gastrointestinal tract (GI) together with pharynx and esophagus)
  • DEGUM-Certification „Diagnostic Ultrasound: Head and Neck “, University Hospital Erlangen and Freiburg
  • 2013 – General training course, The Coordination Center for Clinical Trials (KKS)
  • 2014 – Specialisation: „Digital volume tomography in ENT medicine”
  • 2015 – Hygiene Officer Doctor Certificate, Baden-Württemberg


  • 2011 – Research grant in the field of oncology from the foundation of the Medical Faculty Ruprecht Karls University, Heidelberg
  • 2013 – Research grant in the field of oncology from the foundation of the Medical Faculty Ruprecht Karls University, Heidelberg
  • 2014 – Mini Fellowship of the German ENT Academy / ARGE-Endoscopy of the Austrian ENT Society, Surgery of the Paranasal Sinuses and Skull Base, Graz, Austria


  • The German Society of OtoRhinoLaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery;
  • German Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery;
  • Austrian Society of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT), Head and Neck Surgery;
  • The German Sleep Society (DGSM).
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Martin Strik
general and visceral surgeon
Work experience: over 35 years

Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences, holding the position of Chief Physician of the Department of General and Visceral Surgery at the Helios Clinic Berlin-Buch.

Specializes in the following areas:

  • Performing minimally invasive operations on the abdominal organs.
  • Surgical intervention on the gastrointestinal tract.
  • Intestinal operations using endoscopy.
  • Surgical interventions on the thyroid gland and adrenal glands using computer neuromonitoring.
  • Minimally invasive repair of hernias (including inguinal and umbilical hernias).
  • Surgery for sepsis, including treatment of peritonitis.
  • Reconstructive surgery of the pelvic floor.

He is also the author of 173 scientific papers and is actively involved in professional societies such as:

  • German Society of Surgery;
  • German Cancer Association
  • European Society of Visceral Surgeons
  • European Association of Oncologists
  • and also holds leadership positions in the Abdominal surgery community
  • and the German Association for Minimally Invasive Surgery.
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Patient reviews about Treatment of throat cancer in Germany
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Diagnosis: Treatment of throat cancer

I am a music teacher and I have been diagnosed with laryngeal cancer. Our local doctors immediately said that I would lose my voice. However, I went to Sana Clinic in Germany, where they were able to save my voice. It has been 4 years now and I not only continue to talk, but also sing as I used to do. There have been no recurrences of the disease.

Diagnosis: Treatment of throat cancer

My dad had a pain in his throat like a sore throat. Our doctors spent half a year treating him for this disease. When we were told the disappointing diagnosis – throat cancer – it was already stage 3. We did not want to be treated further by our doctors. We sent Dad to Germany, to the Helios Clinic. There he underwent surgery to remove the affected area and was able to save his voice. Dad also underwent four courses of chemotherapy. So far, thank God, there have been no metastases. He is now in remission for the second year. Thank you German doctors!

Diagnosis: Treatment of throat cancer

At the height of the coronavirus, I learned about a serious diagnosis of laryngeal carcinoma. I panicked, but received timely consultation in Germany using telemedicine. It saved my life!

Diagnosis: Treatment of throat cancer

After a long treatment for pharyngitis, only in the German Helios clinic they made the correct diagnosis, revealing cancer. Doctors helped me overcome this disease, and surgery to remove the larynx was not required. Now I am completely healthy.

Diagnosis: Treatment of throat cancer

When my father was diagnosed with stage 3 laryngeal cancer, I thought it was already the end. But thanks to the doctors from the Sana clinic, we had hope. After our trip to Germany, I realized that even with such a serious disease you can continue to live. Many thanks to the oncology team at Sana Clinic!

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Treatment programs for throat cancer in Germany

Chemotherapy for throat 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 throat 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 throat cancer in Germany

  • Hospitalization: Outpatient
  • Duration of stay in Germany: 11-30 days
  • 1 day: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • days 2-10/29: Irradiation, daily (except weekends)
  • 11-30 day: Transfer to the airport
Throat cancer treatment in Germany: advanced technologies

Throat cancer treatment in Germany: advanced technologiesLaryngeal cancer treatment in Germany is performed by qualified doctors using all the possibilities of modern medicine. The success rate of therapy here is one of the highest in the world.

According to WHO statistics, throat cancer accounts for 4% of all detected oncologic pathologies. Men are 20 times more susceptible to the disease than women. 90% of patients are diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, the leading cause of which doctors call infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). To the key risk factors oncologists include alcohol abuse, smoking, age over 55 years.

German specialists treat laryngeal cancer as gently as possible: in most cases, they manage to save the patient’s larynx and speech functions and minimize the risk of recurrence.


What is the prognosis of throat cancer treatment in Germany?

Squamous cell carcinoma is well-treatable and has a positive prognosis. If the tumor is detected at the initial stages and proper therapy German doctors manage to completely cure the patient in 90-95% of cases. 

A person may not always suspect laryngeal cancer. In the early stages, the symptoms resemble acute respiratory infections: 

  • sore throat;
  • coughing;
  • hoarseness;
  • difficulty swallowing;
  • sensation of a lump when swallowing. 

If the manifestations do not disappear for several weeks, it is necessary to consult a specialist.

How is throat cancer diagnosed in Germany?

How is throat cancer diagnosed in GermanyGerman oncologists are focused on early detection of neoplasms. Leading clinics, such as the University Hospital of Freiburg, use the “Tumor staging” advanced diagnostic technology. It lets us get a complete picture of the patient’s condition within 2-3 days. Among the diagnostic techniques:

  1. Laryngoscopy – examination of the larynx. The doctor inserts a laryngoscope into the patient’s larynx and takes a biopsy of tumor tissue for histological examination.
  2. MRI, CT – appointed to clarify the tumor’s size, structure, and localization.
  3. Ultrasound of the lymph nodes of the neck.
  4. PET-CT – scanning of the whole body. Allows detailed visualization of the smallest changes in tissues, including the zero stage of the disease, when the tumor size is limited to 2 mm. The study shows all possible metastases in the body and helps doctors to develop an optimal therapy strategy.
  5. Bone scintigraphy. Conducted using a gamma camera and a special radioactive substance that accumulates in the bones and illuminates the localization of cancer foci. 
Innovative surgery for throat cancer in Germany

Innovative surgery for throat cancer in GermanyWhen throat cancer is detected in Germany, surgeons use minimally invasive techniques:

  1. Endoscopic surgery. A gentle intervention involves the removal of the tumor and a small part of the adjacent tissues. Manipulations are performed by transoral access using an endoscope and long instruments. The procedure is carried out without extensive incisions or blood loss and is characterized by low traumatism. 
  2. Laser microsurgery. At the Helios Berlin-Buch Clinic, laryngeal neoplasms are removed using a device – a CO2 laser scalpel through the mouth.
  3. Transoral robotic surgery (TORS). The Da Vinci machine is used for precise manipulations. It allows the preservation of respiratory and swallowing functions and reduces postoperative complications to zero. 

In minimally invasive interventions on the larynx, the patient’s speech functions are not dramatically affected. After sessions with a speech therapist, they are fully restored.

What surgeries are performed for extensive laryngeal cancer in Germany?

If the tumor has managed to grow into the larynx, German surgeons try to perform the procedure gently and preserve part of the patient’s organs and speech. The type of intervention is determined by the size and location of the cancerous focus and the general condition of the person:

  1. If only part of the larynx is affected, the patient undergoes a partial laryngectomy. 
  2. When the tumor is concentrated in the middle part of the larynx, surgeons perform hemilaringectomy. 
  3. If the vocal cords are affected by cancer, they are removed partially or entirely during a chordectomy.
  4. Total laryngectomy provides for the complete organ removal and is indicated exclusively in case of extensive tumors. 

If there is a high risk of cancer spreading to the lymph nodes and thyroid gland, surgeons may decide to remove them. 

How is rehabilitation after laryngeal surgery in Germany?

rehabilitation after laryngeal surgery in GermanyPatients’ recovery after laryngeal surgery is complex. A team of specialists works individually with each person: otolaryngologists, therapists, phoniatrists, speech therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists.

Patients are prescribed pressotherapy- apparatus lymphatic drainage massage to reduce the risk of thrombosis and improve blood circulation.

If the patient has been fitted with a tracheostomy – a special breathing tube connected to the trachea – he or she is taught care skills. 

If the patient has deformities of the larynx, surgeons perform plastic reconstructive surgeries: plasticization of the vocal cords and removal of postoperative scars on the neck. 


How is speech restored during vocal cord removal in Germany?

Voice manipulator (electronic larynx)To restore the patient’s speech skills after surgical removal of a laryngeal tumor, the Asklepios Clinic in Hamburg can offer:

  1. Voice manipulator (electronic larynx). This is a special device that converts a person’s muscle vibrations into speech. To do this, it is applied to the active point on the neck and words are spoken.
  2. Voice prosthetics – implantation of a special valve between the trachea and esophagus. The device allows you to form tracheo-esophageal speech using air from the lungs and the articulation apparatus. An additional advantage is eliminating the risk of food entering the respiratory tract thanks to the valve.



What are the non-surgical methods of laryngeal tumor removal in Germany?

German clinics may offer the patient cryodestruction – freezing the tumor at low temperatures to completely destroy it.

Optimistic results in cancer of the larynx, palate, and tongue show infrared heating of the tumor in the range of 41-45°C.

How is radiation therapy performed in the treatment of laryngeal cancer in Germany?

radiation therapy in the treatment of laryngeal cancer in GermanyRadiotherapy is prescribed before surgical intervention to reduce the tumor and after it – to destroy the remaining malignant cells. The most effective techniques are used:

  1. Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT). Doctors use linear gas pedals of the latest modifications. Thanks to this, the rays are directed to the center of the tumor. Neighboring tissues and healthy organs are not affected. The device allows you to adjust the intensity of radiation during the procedure. 
  2. Tomotherapy – remote radiotherapy. It allows the tumor to be irradiated from all sides thanks to a radiation source that rotates around the patient. 
  3. Brachytherapy – contact radiotherapy, which introduces a radioactive source directly into or near the tumor. The procedure is performed under the control of a CT scan, ultrasound, or X-ray. 

German clinics are known for their advanced equipment for radiation therapy. This includes the TrueBeam STx system, which allows irradiating cancerous foci with an accuracy of 1 mm. Compared to other countries, where earlier units are still used, radiotherapy in Germany is faster, and patients have virtually no adverse reactions.

Proton therapy in Germany: an innovative radiotherapy option

Proton therapy is an advanced radiation treatment method performed in a limited number of clinics worldwide, among them the specialized West German Proton Therapy Center in Essen (WPE). Instead of radiation, a beam of protons is used, which has a feature called the Bragg peak. This is the highest concentration of beam energy that experts carefully calculate so that it is directed at the center of the tumor. 

Proton therapy is characterized by high efficiency and virtually no adverse reactions. It is especially indicated for tumors located near important organs.

Proton therapy in Germany is also available at the University Hospital of Düsseldorf, the University Hospital of Cologne, and the Charité Clinic in Berlin. 

Chemotherapy in the treatment of throat cancer in Germany

Included in the main treatment protocols can be administered at different stages. It is effective as part of complex therapy. German clinics develop and use drugs that have low toxicity so patients do not notice significant side effects.

Targeted therapy in Germany for the treatment of laryngeal cancer

Targeted therapy includes targeted drugs that can find and attack malignant cells exclusively. They manage to stop the uncontrolled growth of neoplasms. It is essential to choose the right targeting drug, for which molecular histological analysis is performed at the CeGaT genetic laboratory in Tübingen to identify gene mutations in tumor tissues.

What immunotherapy options are available for throat cancer treatment in Germany?

 immunotherapy for throat cancer treatment in GermanyImmunotherapy is based on the human body’s ability to resist cancer processes. It is highly effective even at stage 4 of cancer. At the IOZK Immuno-Oncology Center Cologne, various types of treatment are available. 

Doctors make an anti-cancer vaccine from the patient’s tumor tissue, which activates T-lymphocytes capable of destroying cancer cells. Monoclonal antibody-based drugs, checkpoint inhibitors, are widely used. These drugs can detect degenerated cells and enhance the immune response. 

High results of immunotherapy at the Nordwest Clinic in Frankfurt am Main. The medical center has the status of a university clinic, where they conduct genome research and develop innovative drugs and personalized cancer vaccines.


How much does it cost to treat laryngeal cancer in Germany?

Key parameters determine the cost of throat cancer treatment in German hospitals: 

  • the stage of the disease;
  • the methods of surgery and therapy;
  • the number of days spent in the hospital;
  • the need for rehabilitation procedures, their type and duration.

Approximate prices for basic procedures:

  • oncologist consultation – from $600;
  • complex diagnostics – from $4350;
  • PET-CT – from $2200;
  • laryngectomy – from $2000.

Experts Medical’s coordinating physicians can help you find the best price options for throat cancer treatment in Germany.

Throat cancer treatment in Germany: reviews

Throat cancer treatment in Germany: reviewsPatients who have undergone laryngeal cancer treatment in Germany note the main advantages:

  • fast and accurate examination;
  • professionalism of German doctors;
  • caring attitude of medical staff;
  • individual approach;
  • the opportunity to undergo treatment with innovative drugs;
  • psychological support and rehabilitation using effective methods;
  • comfortable conditions of stay in hospitals. 


How to go for throat cancer treatment in Germany

Doctors and international company Experts Medical coordinators will help organize a trip to Germany for laryngeal cancer treatment. It is enough to leave a request on the website to get help in choosing the best German clinic and doctor. Experts will help prepare medical documents, submit them to the doctor for study, and make a preliminary treatment plan. At the patient’s request, the company will organize a consultation with the doctor, book tickets and hotel rooms, and solve the transfer issue. 

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