Cell therapy using cell extracts: Injections of cell extracts as an anticancer therapy
What are the characteristics of cell therapy using cell extracts?
Cell therapy using cell extracts can be used to directly target the abnormal or damaged cells typically found in patients undergoing cancer treatments. At the same time, this treatment also enhances the body's ability to neutralize and remove any malignant cells.
What is administered as part of this type of cell therapy?
The type of cell therapy administered as part of our cancer treatments involves the injection of cells extracts harvested from the liver and spleen. Up-to-date biotechnology methods are used to harvest the cellular components contained in these extracts, thus ensuring their microbiological purity and safety.
Has this treatment has been shown to be particularly effective against certain types of cancer?
Cell therapy using cell extracts has been shown to be particularly effective in patients with lung cancer, bowel cancer, breast cancer, kidney cancer and bone cancer.
However, it can also be used to treat other types of cancer.
What happens during cell therapy using cell extracts?
Cell therapy using cell extracts – an integral part of cancer therapyCell therapy is administered in accordance with each patient's individualized treatment plan. Injections of cell extracts are administered intramuscularly (IM). Depending on the patient's overall health status and the type of cancer being treated, injections may be given on a daily basis over a given period of time, or at regular weekly/monthly intervals.
We would recommend that cell therapy be used in combination with hyperthermia and/or vitamin B17 therapy.
Cell therapy using cell extracts can also be used as an adjunctive treatment following surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy. The aim of this type of cancer treatment is to achieve a smooth recovery and a quick return to health.
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