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Alternative Medicine For Cancer

According t o Dr. George C Pack, MD, a cancer specialist at Cornell medical School, almost everyone has cancer cells present at times in our bodies. If our immune system is working properly, these cells are killed or reabsorbed by our defense system before they begin to grow and threaten our health. The only real defense against cancer is the immune system.

The Cancer Research Institute was founded in 1953 to foster the science of cancer immunology, which is based on the premise that the body's immune system can be mobilized against cancer. This field, which CRI helped pioneer and develop, has been recognized throughout the world as offering great hope for the ultimate prevention and treatment of human cancer. The immune response is the body's way of defending itself against foreign substances that invade it to cause infection or disease. The immune system's job is a complicated process that involves the coordinated efforts of several types of white blood cells.

Rob Robertson, M.D. conducted the following studies. Twenty patients, 12 men and 8 women, were selected for this in vivo study. The average age was 49.3. The twenty individuals were each level 3 or level 4 cancer patients. Each patient was basically sent home by his or her oncologist to die. The average life expectancy was 3.7 months. The protocol was to place each patient on 9 capsules per day of Transfer Factor Plus. The patients were given a number of other general nutrients*. After eight months, 16 of these individuals were still living and were either in remission, improving or stabilized.

The baseline for natural killer cell function was 6.4. Within 4 weeks the average NK Cell function was increased to 25.7 and in 6 months it increased to 27.6. This represented a 400% increase in NK Cell function. This is an ongoing study. This study has been submitted to a peer reviewed publication.

Ann Lane was diagnosed with Hodgkin's cancer. The tumor mass filled her rib cage. Her immune system dropped into the 2,000 range. She began her chemotherapy regimen along with a nutritional protocol (containing Transfer Factor) along with the traditional therapies administered by her physician. Ann's blood work revealed that 30 days after beginning her nutritional protocol (including Transfer Factor), her immune system went up to and maintained a level ranging between 4,200 and 7,200.

Duane Townsend, MD - "I’m a cancer physician. I primarily treat female cancer, and certainly encourage my patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and radiation therapy to take transfer factors. It helps to modulate the immune system. I have patients with chronic herpes infections who are taking transfer factors on a regular basis, and it’s reducing the number of outbreaks. I’ve also had patients with chronic yeast infections, and the transfer factors have reduced their infections as well. Transfer factors are science-based with excellent data from a variety of researchers."
Dr. Townsend has had more than 32 years of distinguished experience in the medical field. He pioneered a surgical technique for the treatment of pre-malignant disease of the uterine cervix. In addition, he has authored more than 90 scientific papers in peer review journals as well as over 15 chapters in research books.

"I find that Transfer Factor works really as an alternative health medicine For Cancer well when applied directly on a tumor. I mix the content of a capsule with a little bit of PURE water to make a thin paste. I gently apply that paste directly on the tumor once or twice a day, in conjunction with taking one capsule by mouth AM and PM, on an empty stomach,if possible. It can also be gently rubbed under the armpit to be absorbed by the skin. For those who cannot swallow the capsules, the content can be mixed with a SMALL AMOUNT of juice or water or simply rubb it under the armpit." Pat Hartman.

First evidence of immune cell's activation potential in infection, tumor control Natural killer cells burst forth from the the tonsils, lymph nodes and spleen, and destroy infected and cancerous cells while the immune system's T and B cells are still mobilizing," says Munz. "Without natural killer cells, threatening conditions can get a strong foothold before the adaptive immune response kicks in."

Leading oncologists treating human leukemias and lymphomas already track natural killer cell activities after bone marrow and stem cell transplants. James Young, M.D., a researcher at Rockefeller's neighboring Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Allogenic Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Service, is one of them. "The emerging data on the activation of natural killer cells, their distinct functions in the body and their cellular targets, are helping to move the study of natural killer cells in transplantation and cancer from conjecture to sound hypotheses," he says.

The findings by Munz and his colleagues not only explain why a natural killer burst is important - the burst likely results from mobilization of natural killer cells from lymphoid tissues, and these activated immune cells are discriminating enough to recognize, through a full repertoire of surface receptors, virus-infected and tumor cells - it also affirms a potential strategic change in bone marrow or stem cell donor matching.

Transfer Factor in Hodgkin's disease

In a controlled studiy, six patients with stage-IV Hodgkin's disease were given Transfer Factor as an alternative health medicine prepared from patients with Hodgkin's disease in long remission. There was an apparent increase in cell-mediated immune responses as evidenced by a significant increase in the recipients' lymphocyte responses to phytohaemagglutinin stimulation.

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