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

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

    #94078
    mbachini
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    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.
    Melinda

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    marions
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    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.

    Video:
    http://www.joanlunden.com/category/1-health/item/1201-today-show-war-on-cancer-series-latest-in-immunotherapy

    To learn more about this clinical trial or other ongoing trials visit: https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/clinical-trials/search or call 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237).

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