clinical trials

Irreversible Electroporation (Nanoknife). Thought: Combining Nanoknife with Coley's Toxins?

For almost two years, I've been keeping track of an ablation technology that offers significant advantages over traditional ablation techniques. Those of you who have prostate, liver, lung, kidney, lymph node, bone or pancreatic cancer should definitely invest time into studying this. I'm sure it has its limitations, but you need to pay attention because the articles and papers seem to indicate it may be an additional option in cases where surgery or RFA/Cryo may not be suitable.


Looks like there's a new cancer vaccine technique that may be used to target synovial sarcomas:-

Leukocyte InFusion Therapy Begins Clinical Trial

Cancer strategies that focus on boosting the immune system are very attractive. Conventional chemotherapy that destroys the immune system and leaves the person vulnerable to cancers regrowing when chemo is done. Even worse, if chemo fails to destroy cancer cells, the person is left in a worse situation because his or her immune system is severely weakened. This may accelerate the cancer growth significantly. Hence, it makes a lot of sense to focus on boosting the immune system as an alternate strategy.

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