Hyperthermia Treatment for

Bone Metastases


Hyperthermia significantly improves relief of painful bone metastases to radiotherapy, increasing the 3 month complete response from 7.1% in RT alone, to 37.9% in the combination group, an increase of more than 433%. Almost double the amount of patients achieved a zero pain score (BIP) in the combination HT + RT group; with pain relief lasting 3x longer, viz. 7.9 weeks VS 24 weeks, and beyond length of trial follow up.

3 Months Complete Response %

Time to Pain Progression

Level 1 Evidence: Chi M-S, Yang K-L, Chang Y-C, Ko H-L, Lin Y-H, Huang S-C, Huang Y-Y, Liao K-W, Kondo M, Chi K-H.
Comparing the Effectiveness of Combined External Beam Radiation and Hyperthermia versus External Beam Radiation Alone in Treating Patients with Painful Bony Metastases: a Phase III Prospective Randomized Control Trial.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology • Biology • Physics (2017). doi: 10.1016/j. ijrobp.2017.09.030

The accumulated CR at the third month after treatment was higher for the RT+HT group, i.e., 58.6% vs. 32.1% respectively (P=0.045).

3 Months Accumulated CR

Locoregional Hyperthermia can be safely combined with bisphophanate therapy and chemoradition, and causing no additional side effects or
long term morbidities

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Three cases of bone ossification of the osteolytic lesions after radiation therapy plus hyperthermia. Image presented were established within a
2-month period after treatment

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