An experimental vaccine was like this. This is how our immune system is able to fight sick cells.
A vaccine injected into the tumor to stimulate the immune system to destroy diseased cells was tested in New York and proved effective. The answer is that I tried this experimental therapy.
Experimental cancer therapy. Monte Sinai experts say they have launched a new test against the disease against the injection of blood stimulants for infectious diseases that occur around the body. It is an "in situ" vaccine that participated in the test, exams and neck.
Vaccine 'in situ', how it works. But are you working? Experts explain that the treatment consists of administering a series of immune stimulants, where the tumor is located. The first stimulants have the task of 'recalling' the cells of the immune system that are in command of our 'army' against tumors, the second stimulants instead also activate the 'soldiers' of the immune system to start the 'war' against the tumor which involves the destruction of diseased cells. The immune system is therefore instructed to recognize diseased and ungerger cells not only where the tumor is located, but also in the rest of the world.
The test results. The clinical tests done on them are over a period of time ranging from a few months to a year. Now the experiment has also been opened to other types of tumors, such as breast, head and neck. We look forward to hearing more.