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Treatment of tongue cancer in Germany

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The best doctors for treatment of tongue cancer in Germany

Edris Wedi
Gastroenterologist, oncologist
Work experience: over 15 years

Edris Wedi is MD and a leading specialist in gastroenterology and gastrointestinal oncology.

He holds the position of Head of the Department of Gastroenterology, Gastrointestinal Oncology and Interventional Endoscopy at Sana Clinic Offenbach.


  • Interventional endoscopy;
  • Gastrointestinal oncology;
  • General gastroenterology;
  • Internal Medicine.

Education and Experience:

  • 2001-2008: Medical training at the Georg-August University, University of Göttingen;
  • 2009-2012: Work as a resident physician at the St. Bernwards Clinic, Hildesheim;
  • 2013-2015: Senior physician at the University Hospital of Strasbourg, France;
  • 2016-2020: Senior physician at the University Hospital of Göttingen;
  • since 2020: Head of Department at Klinikum Sana Offenbach.

Dr. Wedi is actively involved in international medical organizations:

  • Head of the Endoscopy Section at the German Society for Gastroenterology and Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (DGVS);
  • Head of the German Society for Endoscopy and Diagnosis (DGEBV);
  • Head of the North German Society of Gastroenterology.
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Thomas Frieling
Work experience: over 35 years

Physician Specialties:

  • Gastroenterology;
  • Hepatology;
  • Neurogastroenterology;
  • Infectiology;
  • Hematology;
  • Palliative care;
  • Oncology.

Professional experience and education:

  • 1977-1988: Education at Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectiology, practice at St. John’s Hospital in St. Paul, USA.
  • 1985: Defended his doctoral thesis.
  • 1985: Passed the American ECFMG exam in Bonn.
  • 1988: Fellowship of the German Research Foundation, Research Fellow at Ohio State University, USA.
  • Since 1992: Specialization in internal medicine.
  • 1993-2000: Position as senior physician at the Clinic of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Diseases at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf.
  • 2000-2008: Director of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Krefeld City Hospital.
  • Since 2008: Director of Internal Medicine at the Helios Klinikum Krefeld.
  • Since 2013: Medical Director of the Helios Klinikum Krefeld.

Scientific activities include:

  • 146 scientific publications, 129 articles, 78 monographs/teaching/reference materials;
  • 498 lectures;
  • Participation in 170 scientific congresses.

Membership in international medical organizations:

  • German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (DGVS);
  • Society of the German Gastro-League, board member;
  • Association of Senior Physicians of Gastroenterology Clinics, chairman;
  • Foundation for Neurogastroenterology, founder.
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Joachim Bottger
Work experience: over 25 years

Doctor of Medical Sciences.

Head of the Colorectal Cancer Center and Chief Physician of the Clinic of General, Visceral and Thoracic Surgery at the Helios Hospital Bad Zarow.

The doctor specializes in general surgery, abdominal (visceral) surgery and thoracic surgery (thoracic surgery).

He actively participates in scientific conferences and has authored scientific articles published in international publications.

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Boris Pfaffenbach
gastroenterologist, oncologist
Work experience: over 30 years

Expert in internal medicine with specialization in gastroenterology, oncology and diabetology.


  • Treatment of peptic ulcer disease of the stomach and 12-rectum;
  • treatment of inflammatory diseases of the GI tract, including treatment of malignancies in the esophagus, stomach, intestine, pancreas and liver;
  • treatment of patients with hepatic colic, acute pancreatitis and appendicitis;
  • conservative treatment of gastroenterological diseases, including patients with diabetes mellitus.

Education and experience:

  • 1990 – Medical University of Bochum.
  • 1991-1998. – Postgraduate studies and clinical residency at the University Hospital of Bochum.
  • 1991-1998. – Resident physician.
  • 1998-2001. – Senior physician of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Solingen Clinic.
  • 2000-2003. – Defense of candidate and doctoral theses, obtaining a professorship.
  • Since 2003 up to the present time – Head of the Department of Gastroenterology at the Academic Clinic Solingen.

He actively participates in scientific conferences, publishes articles in journals and teaches at the Medical University.

Membership in professional organizations:

  • Association of Gastroenterologists of Germany;
  • European Society of Gastroenterologists;
  • German Society of Dieticians, etc.
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Patient reviews about treatment of tongue cancer in Germany
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Diagnosis: tongue cancer

I was treated for tongue cancer with surgery at the University Hospital Düsseldorf. I also underwent reconstructive surgery to reconstruct my tongue. I have fully recovered and am living a healthy life.

Diagnosis: tongue cancer

The Charite University Hospital provides the best treatment for tongue cancer. I am completely satisfied with the surgical procedures and clinical staff.

Diagnosis: tongue cancer, chemotherapy

I have had my chemotherapy at Helios Park Hospital Leipzig. I must acknowledge that they are providing highly advanced technological services for all means of therapy. All my sessions went exceptionally well as their services and team both are skilled and amazing.

Diagnosis: tongue cancer

I was prescribed surgery at the Essen-Mitte clinic, a very competent treatment (oncology).
Large rooms, food can be chosen individually from 4 dishes.
Unfortunately, the lack of qualified personnel in KEM is noticeable, but most of the staff were motivated, understanding and friendly.
The only negative is that because there are so many assistants working in the ward, it is difficult to find a doctor who is actually responsible for treatment and answering questions after surgery.

Diagnosis: tongue cancer

We came to Rechts der Isar Clinic about a tumor on my father’s tongue. I would like to thank the whole team of the ENT department, who provided us with very good and professional treatment. Special mention should be made of Prof. Wollenberg, a very experienced specialist who does an excellent job even in difficult conditions like this. My dad and our whole family are incredibly grateful! We highly recommend the ENT department of Rechts Der Isar!

Diagnosis: tongue cancer

I was treated for a tumor in my mouth at the Essen Hospital. The doctors and nursing staff are kind and helpful, the hospital itself is very clean, and the rooms are comfortable and quite spacious. I was operated on by Dr. Steven Matteis – a true professional! I can safely recommend the Essen Clinic to anyone who has had a similar problem.

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Treatment programs for tongue cancer in Germany

Chemotherapy for tongue 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 tongue 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 tongue 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
Why is tongue cancer treatment in Germany successful?

tongue cancer treatment in GermanyGerman oncologists, especially ENT surgeons, give preference to organ-preserving operations. Therefore, scientists have developed such methods of therapy for tongue cancer, which allow you to fight the disease effectively. But, as with any malignant tumor, it is not yet possible to completely rule out surgery. For this purpose, protocols for the treatment of tongue cancer in Germany include gentle surgical techniques that allow you to eliminate neoplasms without radical removal of the organ.

After a thorough diagnosis, the oncologist will be able to determine the tactics of tongue cancer treatment in Germany. Depending on the stage of the disease, age and condition of the patient, a combination of therapies and surgery will be chosen.


Diagnosis of tongue cancer in German clinics

To diagnose tongue cancer in European clinics, various methods of research are used. Among the main ones are:

  • tongue cancer diagnosisVisual inspection and palpation. The doctor checks the patient’s oral cavity, palpates the tongue and surrounding tissues.
  • Blood tests. In addition to CBC and biochemistry, in some cases tests for oncomarkers and coagulogram are performed to clarify the type of cancer.
  • Biopsy. With the help of a microscopic examination of a fragment of suspicious tissue, the doctor can accurately determine the presence of cancer cells.
  • Ultrasound (ultrasound examination). It allows you to assess the structure of tissues and the presence of metastases.
  • MRI and CT scan. These methods are used to assess the disease stage and the tumor’s prevalence. Such studies show whether the patient will need to remove the cervical lymph nodes.
  • PET-CT. Such diagnostics are carried out to detect the smallest metastases and assess the effectiveness of treatment.
  • Endoscopy. It allows for visualization of the internal structures of the larynx and the biopsy of organs close to the tongue.

Such examinations allow German oncologists to diagnose tongue cancer with high accuracy and develop the most effective treatment plan.

Oncologists at leading clinics often use molecular genetic tests for diagnosis. They help to determine the most effective methods of tongue cancer treatment in Germany for each specific case. The most advanced medical centers use the latest technologies, such as “liquid biopsy” analysis for early detection and disease monitoring.

What surgeries are performed for tongue cancer?

Germany, which is one of the world leaders in oncology and ENT surgery, uses advanced surgical treatment methods. Most of them are aimed at maximizing the preservation of tongue function.

Cryosurgery of tongue tumors

The use of low temperatures to destroy atypical cells while minimizing damage to healthy tissue.

Laser surgery for tongue cancer

This method removes small tumors with minimal damage to surrounding tissues, allowing the patient to avoid losing speech.

Transoral Robotic Surgery (TORS)

Using robotic instruments, the surgeon can precisely remove tumors while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues and structures responsible for speech.

glossectomyPartial glossectomy

Removal of only the affected part of the tongue, rather than the entire organ. This increases the chance that the patient will be able to speak in the future. 

Radical glossectomy

A complete glossectomy is a surgery that is a last resort. It is performed when the tongue cancer has reached an advanced stage and other treatment methods do not bring the desired effect. Such an operation is necessary if the tumor has spread to a large part of the tongue or affects its root, making it impossible to save the organ without risking the patient’s life.

Microvascular reconstruction of the tongue in cancer

After large tumors are removed, tissue from other parts of the body is used to reconstruct the tongue. This gives the patient a chance to preserve the function of the tongue.

Cancer centers in Germany practice a multimodal approach, combining surgery with radiation and chemotherapy to achieve the best results. Rehabilitation also plays an important role, including speech therapy to restore speech after surgery.

What chemotherapy is used to treat tongue cancer in Germany?

Modern chemotherapy for the comprehensive treatment of tongue cancer differs significantly from standard chemotherapy. The key difference lies in the individualization of the approach and the use of targeted drugs. If a tumor is present, chemotherapy treatment will depend on the specific medical case.

chemotherapy for tongue cancerNeoadjuvant chemotherapy

It is used before surgery to reduce the size of the tumor. It can make surgery less invasive and save more tongue tissue.

Adjuvant chemotherapy

Used after surgery to kill remaining cancer cells, which reduces the risk of recurrence.


A combination of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Chemoradiation is often used to treat advanced stages of tongue cancer.

Palliative chemotherapy

This technique is used at stage 4 of tongue cancer (in the presence of complicating circumstances) when the goal is to improve the quality of life, not a complete cure.

For early stages of the disease, neoadjuvant chemotherapy and surgery are often sufficient. For advanced forms of tongue cancer, adjuvant chemotherapy and chemoradiation may be necessary.

In Germany, these methods make modern chemotherapy more effective and less toxic, which is especially important for preserving a person’s quality of life.

What are the radiation therapy options for tongue cancer?

Modern radiation therapy for tongue cancer treatment in Germany offers advanced techniques and technologies. They significantly increase the effectiveness of treatment and reduce side effects.

IMRT (intensity-modulated radiation therapy)

IMRT allows you to target the tumor with high precision, minimizing the impact on surrounding healthy tissue. This is especially important to preserve the patient’s speech function and quality of life.

IGRT (image-guided radiation therapy)

This method uses regular medical images to correct the patient’s position and precisely target the rays to the neoplasm in real time.

Stereotactic surgery for tumor of the tongueStereotactic surgery

Used to treat small, hard-to-reach or difficult-to-locate tumors. This method delivers a high dose of radiation in a short time period.

In Germany, advanced machines such as the Varian TrueBeam, CyberKnife and ProBeam (proton therapy system) are used for these procedures. This equipment provides high precision and the possibility of applying various methods of radiation therapy. These are new generation devices that show good results in the treatment of patients of all age groups.

Treatment of tongue cancer in Germany, according to the reviews of people who underwent radiation therapy, increased the chances of full recovery. Patients have not noted severe side effects, which confirms the safety of such technologies.

Radiotherapy for the treatment of malignant tumors of the tongue and oropharynx

radiotherapy for tongue cancer3D-CRT is three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy (a variant of radiation therapy). The technology uses special computers to precisely map the location of the tumor. Multiple radiation beams are then formed and directed at the tumor from different angles, reducing the chance of damage to normal tissue.

The effectiveness of radiotherapy in treating tongue cancer depends on many factors, including the stage of the disease, the patient’s overall condition, and the presence or absence of metastases. 

In the early stages of tongue cancer, radiotherapy can be used as a stand-alone treatment method. Efficacy reaches 80-90% successful outcomes. In later stages, radiotherapy is often combined with chemotherapy and surgery to improve outcomes. In these cases, efficacy can vary, but the combined approach significantly increases the chances of successful treatment.

Modern radiation therapy options, such as IMRT and stereotactic radiosurgery, allow the beams to be directed more precisely, reducing side effects. This is especially important in the treatment of tongue cancer, where the ability to speak and swallow food normally is a priority.

Proton therapy for tongue cancer

proton therapy for tongue cancerProton therapy is an advanced method of radiation therapy that is actively used in Germany to treat a variety of cancers, including tongue cancer. This method differs from traditional photon radiotherapy in that it uses protons instead of photons. Protons have mass and charge, which allows the beams to be more precisely targeted at the tumor, minimizing damage to surrounding healthy tissue.

Germany uses high-tech proton therapy facilities such as gantry systems and scanning knives. This ensures high precision and the ability to treat complex and hard-to-reach tumors.


Application of proton therapy depending on the stage of tongue cancer

Proton therapy can be used at different stages of tongue cancer. At stages 1-2 it can be used as a stand-alone treatment method. At later stages (3-4), it can be used  in combination with surgery and chemotherapy.

Proton therapy is available in only a few clinics in the world. Germany is one of the countries where patients can receive proton therapy treatment. This medical service is not available in countries popular for medical tourism, such as Turkey and Israel.

One of the global proton therapy centers is located in Essen. The WPE clinic accepts patients of all ages. But a precise medical decision is required for the application of this unique technology. A consultation about undergoing proton therapy for the treatment of tongue cancer is available through Experts Medical coordinators.

What unique treatments for tongue cancer are available in Germany?

German medical centers are actively developing oncological science. Therefore, the country uses unique tongue cancer therapies that are rarely found in other countries. Here are some of them:

  • Nanomedicine. The use of nanoparticles to deliver drugs directly to the tumor. This method increases the effectiveness of chemotherapy and reduces side effects.
  • Hyperthermic intraoperative perfusion (HIPEC). This method is used in combination with surgery. After the tumor is removed, the oral cavity is rinsed with a warm solution of chemotherapy drugs, which destroys any remaining cancer cells.
  • Tomotherapy. This is a type of radiation therapy with a high degree of precision that minimizes damage to surrounding healthy tissue.
  • Immunotherapy using CAR-T cells. This method is a personalized approach in which T-lymphocytes are extracted from the patient’s body. They are then modified in the laboratory and injected back into the body to fight cancer cells.
  • Microwave ablation. This method uses microwave energy to destroy atypical cells. It is used to treat small tumors.
  • Photodynamic therapy using new photosensitizers. This method is based on the use of light-sensitizing substances and laser radiation to destroy neoplasms at the cellular level
  • Molecular-targeted therapy using unique markers. Research is being conducted in Germany to identify unique molecular markers for tongue cancer, which allows for the development of targeted drugs.

These methods make Germany one of the leaders in the field of oncology, and many patients from different countries come here to treat tongue and oropharyngeal cancer.

What treatments for tongue cancer will be available in 2023?

new treatments for tongue cancerIn 2023, innovative techniques have emerged in the field of tongue cancer treatment that go far beyond traditional chemotherapy and radiation therapy. One such technique is “spot oncology,” which studies the genetic makeup and molecular characteristics of tumors in each patient individually. This approach allows for more accurate and effective treatment plans.

In addition, research in HPV-associated cancers of the mouth and throat shows that new, shorter courses of treatment provide stable control of the disease. It has fewer side effects compared to standard methods.

In modern oncology, the use of anatomical modeling and 3D printing has led to advances in surgical techniques for the treatment of oral tumors, including tongue cancer.

These techniques are of great value to patients as they increase the chances of successful treatment and reduce the risk of complications. This approach is important for preserving patients’ quality of life.

People looking for tongue cancer treatment options in Germany indicate in testimonials that they would like to try innovative therapy options. They are willing to participate in testing new types of drugs. Some German medical centers offer this opportunity to foreign patients. To learn more, leave an application on the Experts Medical website. You will receive a consultation with a coordinating physician and options for modern tongue cancer treatment in Germany.

Language cancer treatment in Germany: cost

Cost of tongue cancer treatment in GermanyTongue cancer treatment in Germany follows modern protocols. Oncologists take into account medical achievements in this field and promptly implement them in their clinics.

Detailed diagnostics is an integral part of choosing the most effective treatment for tongue cancer in Germany. It is possible to get an absentee second opinion from an oncologist remotely at a cost of approximately $350-700. If the online consultation reveals that the examinations were performed correctly, the patient can save money on further tests. Diagnosis on a modern PET-CT machine will cost from $2100. This is necessary to detect metastases and correct therapy.

Treatment of tongue cancer in Germany with CyberKnife will cost from $9000 per course.

The cost of surgical treatment of tongue cancer in Germany will depend on the type of surgery and the length of stay in the hospital.

Modern immunotherapy for the treatment of tongue cancer in Germany at advanced stages can cost up to $60,000. Technologies that involve special tests, selection of the drug or its customization for the patient – have a higher price than chemotherapy. However, it may be the only chance to achieve a long remission and alleviate the patient’s general condition.

Tongue cancer treatment in Germany: patient reviews

tongue cancer treatment in Germany reviewsExperts Medical coordinators have organized tongue cancer treatment in Germany for hundreds of foreign patients from different parts of the world. Most often people underwent diagnostics and therapy in leading hospitals: University Hospital Dusseldorf, Nordwest, Charite and others.

What people most often noted in their reviews about tongue cancer treatment in Germany:

  • Standard prices for Europe, but the highest level of medical care and service;
  • quick diagnosis with clarification of tumor type and metastatic process;
  • access to unique drugs that are not available in patients’ home countries;
  • the opportunity to undergo therapy using high-tech devices;
  • encouraging prognoses and results, which were not given by doctors in hospitals at the place of residence.

You can read more reviews about tongue cancer treatment in Germany on the Experts Medical website.

How to organize a trip to Germany for tongue cancer treatment?

German clinics for tongue cancer treatmentExperts Medical cooperates directly with renowned clinics around the world. Therefore, you can entrust any organizational issues to the company’s coordinating doctors, who will be able to send the patient for language cancer treatment in Germany.


For what questions is it advisable to contact Experts Medical?

If you need a consultation with a professor for further tongue cancer treatment in Germany, leave a request on this page. A medical coordinator will contact you and arrange a free online meeting with a specialist.

When you have decided on the oncologist and clinic, the coordinator will send your medical documents to the hospital. You will receive a more detailed plan of language cancer treatment in Germany with prices for procedures and conditions of stay.

Experts Medical can help you book accommodation in Berlin, Essen or Frankfurt am Main for the whole period of diagnosis and therapy. If necessary, Experts Medical will always be available for any questions while you or your loved one is undergoing tongue cancer treatment in Germany.

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