Robert Gorter and Erik Peper in Kyoto, Japan (February 2011)
Robert Gorter and Erik Peper visited Japan from February 11th through 14th, 2011 on request of the Japan Council for Scientific Development (JCSD). Erik Peper presented his “ Erik Peper Perspectives” which is a comprehensive model on life styles and stress management programs.
Robert Gorter presented new concepts in the nontoxic cancer treatment through vaccinations with dendritic cells in combination with hyperthermia: the Gorter Model. He presented data on efficacy of dendritic cell vaccinations from peer reviewed literature and own data. During the four day JCSD conference, each day there was a presentation by Robert Gorter.
Erik Peper presented new data on the positive effects of Bio Feed Back and stress management on biorhythms and the immune system.
Their contributions were very well received and after the lectures, hours were spent on further discussions and explanations by the participants.
Erik Peper, PhD, Professor of Holistic Health Studies at San Francisco State University introducing Robert Gorter, MD, PhD, during an evening session at the Gaia Medicine conference in Kyoto, Japan, February 11th through 14th, 2011. The Gaia Medicine conference aimed at analyzing new developments in science and health care and the support the integration of a multiple-disciplined approach to current health care issues and basic science.
Robert Gorter and Erik Peper are collaborating since 1983 when they both met in San Francisco during training of young doctors and Health Care Professionals at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) which is one the of leading teaching hospitals of the University of California San Francisco Medical School (UCSF).
Erik Peper was faculty member and the very dynamic head of the new Department of Holistic Studies at San Francisco State University (SFSU). Robert Gorter was Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco Medical School (UCSF).
Together, they organized numerous workshops and lectures and formal three-units classes offered by San Francisco State University.
Their collaboration accumulated in writing a book together: “ Fighting Cancer – A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment “. The book describes the Gorter Model. That is the way cancer patients are now being treated at the Medical Center Cologne in Germany. It contains information about all treatment modalities. Also, first success rates are here being presented. This book has been translated now in 12 languages, including German, Dutch, Turkish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Italian, Romanian, French and Russian.
“ Fighting Cancer – A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment “ can be ordered online here