Adoptive T-Cell Therapy – success and how does it work

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    This is amazing, and would love to see the day where many people are responding to this mode of treatment.


    This is so cool, I am so happy for Celine. I have met another patient who has had great results 2 follow ups in a row now, my fingers are crossed for her! Watch for Dr. Eric Tran’s presentation from the conference when presentations are posted, as he talked about Celine’s case as well.


    Our Melinda can elaborate on this process, as she has obtained the same success as Celine, a colon cancer patient. Congratulations to both.
    Learn about the process, how cells are multiplied and then re-inserted into the patient:

    After much persistence, Celine was admitted to Dr. Rosenberg’s immunotherapy clinical trial. Together with his team, Dr. Rosenberg was able to harvest some of Celine’s cells, multiply them in a lab, and re-inject them into her body to fight her metastasized lung cancer. Her results were incredible and this procedure, while still a clinical trial and not yet suited for everyone, holds tremendous promise for the future of cancer care.


    To learn more about this clinical trial or other ongoing trials visit: or call 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237).

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