Researchers have shown that fresh and vital dendritic cells can be introduced into the body in the form of a vaccine. If cancer is present, inoculation with new dendritic cells alerts the immune system to the presence of cancer and restarts proper immune function. This serves to mobilize the exceptional power of the immune system to identify cancer and combat it. These dendritic cells are cultured from the patient’s own white blood cells (so they are described as “autologous”).
Initially, after a simple blood draw, the blood is sent to a high-tech medical laboratory where specially trained cell biologists and technicians separate out certain white blood cells (monocytes) from the blood. These cells are then cultured and transformed in seven days into a new generation dendritic cells. This new generation of vital, activated dendritic cells is re-introduced into the patient’s body through simple intractaneous injections as shown above.
The results are remarkable by any standard, increasing immune response, patient survival, and quality of life.