Henning Saupe M.D., Ph.D

Henning Saupe M.D., Ph.D

Dr. Henning Saupe MD is a renowned German physician and expert in holistic cancer therapy. He completed his medical studies at the University of Ulm, Germany, where he obtained a doctorate in psychotherapy, earning him the title of Doctor of Medicine. He worked in Stockholm for ten years as a general practitioner with a focus on naturopathy, anthroposophical medicine, and holistic cancer therapy.

In 2006, Dr. Henning Saupe MD founded the Arcadia practice in Kassel, which focuses on a holistic approach to medicine. In 2014, he opened a second location in Bad Emstal, where he currently serves as the medical director. Dr. Henning Saupe MD is a devoted father of three and resides near Kassel in Bad Emstal, Germany.

Dr. Saupe believes that chronic diseases, such as cancer, are very complex and need to be looked at from various sides. He thinks that modern material medicine, like drugs or surgery, isn’t enough to cure these complex diseases. Therefore, he advocates for widening the spectrum of treatments. He also stresses the importance of looking at the entire biological, psychological, and emotional terrain around a tumor rather than just a tumor-focused approach.

Dr. Henning Saupe MD explores the power of the Mind-Body connection and Psychoneuroimmunology, where the nervous system, emotions, and immune system work together. He believes that our thoughts and emotions have a real-time and immediate impact on the immune system.

Dr. Henning Saupe MD’s new book, “Holistic Cancer Medicine”, was released on November 1, 2022, by Chelsea Green Publishing. In the book, he writes, “When cancer presents itself as a disease, it is not the cancer cell itself that has a problem, but rather the human being, whose physical – as well as mental-spiritual – existence is threatened and endangered to the highest degree.”

Dr. Saupe contrasts the vital field with the cancer-attracting field and explains that the 12 aspects of vitality can help learn what the problems are and what can be done to solve them. He practices a morning routine that includes meditation, gratitude, and breathing exercises and starts his day with a large glass of fresh, filtered water. In the evening, he looks back and reflects on his day. His advice to his younger self is to “worry less and enjoy the ride more.”