The Swiss doctor Prof. Paul Niehans first injected cells originating from animal organs intramuscular into patients in 1931 and is thus the founder of live cell therapy still practiced today. My grandfather Dr. Philipp Janson was one of the first doctors to introduce this method in Germany in 1949. In the course of the next 35 years, my father Dr. Wolfgang Janson-Müller
has perfected and further developed the original live cell therapy based on extensive experience in this area. Since the 90s, I have been able to participate in the wealth of experience that my father, who is always available for help and advice, has gladly passed on to me. I, Dr. Robert Janson-Müller, have been using this method of treatment in my own practice since 2003.