Natural Killer Cells (NK Cells) Available Treatments
One of the signatures of ageing & living an unhealthy life is the weakening of our adaptive immune system (low immune function), often called immunosenescence. Immune boosting treatment with NK cell therapy gives patient the increased immunity needed to support a healthier life reducing our risks of cancer and chronic disease.
Natural Killer Cells are a key tool in modern cancer treatments. NK Cells have a number of mechanisms which can target an assault of cancers and increase the bodies immune response to cancer cells. Combining NK cells with Photodynamic therapy gives one of the most promising treatment approaches towards various forms of Cancer.
Immune Cell banking
The ability of your immune system to protect your body against new threats, by producing and activating innate immune cells, reduces drastically with age. With the cryopreservation of your healthy immune cells, ImmuneCells21 clients can use their own, stored “younger” immune cells as a future resource for immunotherapy .
New for 2019: Family Immunity
Immune System Check Up
Specialist laboratory tests to access the function of your family members immune system and risk of Cancer.
NK Cell Culture
From each of your family members we will grow and optimise Natural Killer Cells from a collection of their peripheral blood.
Treatment or Banking
Low Immune Function: NK Cell therapy will be advised.
Normal Immune Function: NK Cell banking will be advised.
What Are Natural Killer Cells?
NK cells are important immune cells that are critical for innate immunity. They have anti-tumor, anti-viral, and immune regulatory functions. NK cells are the patrol units of the immune system, and they can respond quickly to kill diseased cells. The most common method of NK cell therapy is to obtain human peripheral blood mononuclear cells and to subject these to antibody and cytokine stimulation ex vivo, resulting in vitro NK cell activation and proliferation
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