Cryosurgery is a technique which boosts the body's internal defences to fight the illness.

The International Centre for Cryosurgery and Cryomedicine (ICCC), based in Malaga (Spain), is an international multidisciplinary medical team which works alongside the American Haakon Ragde Foundation to promote a pioneering study for cancer treatment using Cryosurgery.

The ICCC promotes this multidisciplinary project which has been reducing the effects of lung, prostate, kidney, liver, breast, pancreas and bone cancer since 2002.  In 2009, we successfully performed the first lung cancer operation in Europe.

This project open to international specialists of different disciplines, such as interventional uroradiology, general surgery, digestive, thoracic and orthopaedic surgery, has entered into an agreement with the Haakon Ragde foundation in Seattle (USA) to introduce, for the first time in Europe, IMMUNOMODULATORY CRYOSURGERY cancer treatment for solid forms of cancer (prostate, kidney, lung, bones, lung, liver, breast and pancreas).  The city of Malaga has been established as the base for this project to introduce immunomodulatory cancer treatment through cryosurgical immunostimulation to Europe and the Middle East.

Cryosurgery is a surgical procedure which, through the use of extreme cold to destroy the tumour, also helps to boost the body's internal defences to fight the illness.