Immune-Stimulating Injection

Injecting small amounts of two immune-stimulating agents into tumors in mice has shown to be able to eliminate the tumor, other untreated metastases and all traces of the same cancer according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Are you looking for a second or third opinion of the cancer therapy for your beloved family member or yourself? If so, knowing the history of immunotherapy can be quite beneficial. That’s because immunotherapy has now been fully accepted by the medical profession as a viable treatment of cancer. Yet many doctors are unable to use this type of cancer therapy due to lack of training. It’s not part of the normal curriculum at medical school.

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