Dr. Hans A. Nieper was born on May 23, 1928, in Hannover, Germany. Both parents were physicians. His great-grandfather was the founder of the mental hospitals in Ilten, near Hannover. His grandfather was a well-known surgeon in Goslar.
Dr. Nieper is active in Hannover as an Internist and the Director of Medicine at the highly acclaimed Paracelsus Silbersee Hospital. Patients seeking his assistance come from all continents, predominantly North America, Europe, South Africa and Australia. Internationally, he has become one of the best-known physicians in the fields of cancerous diseases, multiple sclerosis, mineral and electrolyte metabolism, aging, and the prevention of cardiac disease.
Dr. Nieper studied in Mainz, Freiburg and Neuchâtel between 1946 and 1952. He completed his doctoral examinations "Summa Cum Laude," in Hamburg, with the explanation of the so-called Boeck's sarcoid as an autoimmune disease. At the time, such a disease principle was still considered a utopian fabrication-today it is a recognized reality.
In the following decades, Dr. Nieper worked in various German medical institutes and cancer research laboratories, instilling in him the certainty that the cancer therapy practiced then, and now (cancer treatment with poisonous cytostatic substances) was predominantly on the wrong track. As an internist, he engaged in scientific investigation of important questions in the field of immunology, and together with a very well-known German chemist, he discovered and developed various new health curatives, which laid the foundation for his later world-wide fame.
Dr. Nieper's developments include the "mineral carriers"' Aspartates, Orotates, Arginates and 2-AEP.
Dr. Nieper became the discoverer of the only product officially declared in Germany as medication against multiple sclerosis.
Towards the end of 1960, Dr. Nieper went to Aschaffenburg, to the laboratory of the renowned cardiologist, Professor Kj. Blumberger, where he began introducing potassium and magnesium aspartates into heart therapy.
Because of his extensive study of non-poisonous methods for the long-term treatment of cancer, he became a star witness for powerful American civil rights organizations opposing toxic "orthodox" medicine and government therapy regulation. For this reason, Dr. Nieper's following in the English-speaking countries is counted in the millions, and his influence in all fields is quite pronounced. He has a close friendship with a large number of renowned scientists and artists, including the American cancer researcher Dr. Dean Burk, the best-known disciple of Berlin's double Novel-laureate Otto Warburg.
The routine introduction of selenium therapy for heart protection, the introduction of the so-called deshielding or deblocking therapy of cancer with pineapple enzymes and beta-carotene, and the modern "de-sodification" of cancerous tumours represent only one phase of his new clinical practical activities. Also the enzyme-based cleaning of coronary and leg arteries is quite remarkable. In the year 1971, Dr. Nieper, as a result of his own investigations, introduced beta-carotene routinely into the protective cancer therapy. At the time frequently ridiculed, this method is today fully accepted in the scientific world literature as one of the most effective methods available.
Around 1980, Dr. Nieper came to the scientific conclusion that the potentially very effective defense against cancer by the body itself has to be explained in terms of "gene repair," and not as an immune defense alone. Soon after, anticancer gene repair substances were found in man as well as in other species, such as in plants and insects. This has proven to be a decisive turn in the fight against cancer.
As early as 1946, Dr. Nieper became critical of certain aspects of the predominant theories in physics. In 1953 he developed a so-called shielding theory of gravitational effects, and reintroduced the ether "abolished" by Einstein. In 1970, with the aid of American friends such as the McNaughton Foundation of San Francisco, the founder of AMPEX, A.M. Pontiatoff, and the Telluron Brain Center in Santa Monica, he further developed his ideas on gravity. Because of his results, in 1973, he was presented to the U.S. Senate. There was further progress in 1977, following a session at NASA-AMES at Moffett Field in California, among well-known scientists, including Dr. Arthur D. Alexander. There Dr. Nieper conceived of the so-called perisolar cushion theory of the Tachyon-Field. (Complete explanation in Dr. Nieper's Revolution in Technology Medicine and Society, the 384-page book available in English, German and French advances today's knowledge in several fields such as the conversion of Gravity Field Energy and explains the inextricable relationship between the body's cellular energy and our own personal health.)
Overall, Dr. Nieper has published approximately 360 articles and essays and holds 131 International Patents.
Dr. Nieper is now the Honorary President of the German Association of Vacuum Field Energy and Physics, after founding and presiding the Association for 17 years. He also later co-founded the American Association of Gravity Field Energy. These are the first associations in the World dedicated to space energy technology.
In Germany, he is the founder and was the first 5-year President of the German Society of Oncology. This biologically oriented cancer society grows tremendously and is now the biggest cancer society in all of Europe. He is also a life member of the German Society of Natural Scientists and Physicians.
In the USA, Dr. Nieper is an active member of the New York Academy of Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, the American College of Nutrition and other societies. He was Honorary President of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine for two years and is also Honorary Director of this academy, along with double Nobel-laureate Linus Pauling and vitamin chemist Roger Williams. He is furthermore, an honorary member of the Center of Frontier Sciences, Temple University, Philadelphia.
In Canada, he is a member of the Planetary Association for Clean Energy.
In France, he is a member of the Société Agressologie, directed by his friend, Henri Laborit.
Dr. Nieper died in his sleep on 21 October 1998. Although this is a great loss to the global health community, he left behind a wealth of information that will be beneficial for generations to come.