Immunotherapy

PREVENTIVE
IMMUNOTHERAPY

For hundreds of years cancer has been affected by diseases to overcome. We all listen and we begin to know the word cancer that we mean we are confirmed children that we are going to give an account of why this disease is so feared.

Currently, there are a large number of campaigns to combat cancer and the efforts of large government organizations, private companies and civil society, but these efforts are not intended for the expected results; Since they are only dedicated to detection but not to prevention, they are campaigns focused mainly on the detection of breast, cervical, prostate, lung, colon cancer, to name a few.

For example in breast cancer:

The mammographic report should be concluded with BI-RADS and include pattern and density model as well as recommendations.

The BI-RADS System was designed in 1995 at the request of the clinicians who began to become familiar with the radiological findings found in the mammograms. The reports of the radiologists were ambiguous and difficult to interpret especially in terms of decision making, in addition to creating the different categories it was observed that certain radiological characteristics allowed orientation towards benignity or malignancy…

Whats the meaning
of BI-RADS score?

Category Definition What does it mean?
0 it is necessary to perform additional imaging studies or compare with previous mammograms. This means that the radiologist may have seen a possible abnormality, but it is not clearly defined and additional tests are needed, such as the use of point compression (compression applied to a smaller area when the mammogram is done), enlarged views, views specials on the mammogram or ultrasound. This may also suggest that your doctor should compare your mammogram with the previous mammograms to see if changes have occurred in the area over time.
1 Negative finding There is no important anomaly to report. Your breasts look the same (they are symmetrical), there are no lumps (protuberances), distorted structures, or suspicious calcifications. In this case, negative means that nothing bad was found.
2 Benign finding It is also a negative mammogram result, but the reporter prefers to describe the finding as benign, such as benign calcifications, lymph nodes in the breast, or calcified fibroadenomas. This ensures that other people who see the mammogram will not misinterpret this benign finding as suspicious. This finding is included in the report of your mammogram to help in comparison with future mammograms.
3 Possibly benign finding, short-term follow-up is recommended The findings in this category have a very high possibility (more than 98%) of being benign. It is not expected that these findings will change over time. But since it has not been proven to be benign, it is useful to see if changes have occurred over time in the area of interest. You will probably need follow-up with repeat imaging studies in 6 months and then regularly, until it is determined that the finding is stable (usually a minimum of 2 years). This approach avoids unnecessary biopsies, but if the area changes over time, it still allows a diagnosis at its inception.
4 Suspicious abnormality, a biopsy should be considered The findings do not seem to definitively indicate that they are harmful. The radiologist is sufficiently concerned to recommend a biopsy. The findings in this category have a wide range of levels of suspicion. For this reason, some doctors (not all) divide this category even further: 4A: finding with a low suspicion that it is harmful

4B: finding with a medium suspicion that it is harmful

4C: finding of moderate concern that it is harmful, but not as high as Category 5.

5 Abnormality that strongly suggests that it is a malignant finding. The right actions must be taken. The findings have the appearance of infected cells and there is a high probability (at least 95%) that it is harmful. It is strongly recommended to perform a biopsy.
6 Known biopsy results with proven malignancy. The right actions must be taken. This category is used only for findings on a mammogram that have already been shown to be harmful based on a previous biopsy. Mammograms are used in this way to see how the infected cells is responding to treatment.

This classification is very important to realize the stage in which this patient is.

BI-RADS 1 – 2 – 3 in these stages are lesions with very little chance of being malignant, they are usually lesions that due to their characteristics represent a minimal risk of being malignant and at this stage is where we must prevent them from advancing to stage 4 and 5 We could talk about reversing the progression of the lesion to malignancy.

How is it
this possible?

– Improving our immune system. By improving our immune system we prepare it to identify cells or those that are mutating and destroying them.

– Improving the environment of the cells of our entire body not only of the mammary glands. By improving the environment of our cells we favor them to multiply in the appropriate way and not with a tendency to mutation. When the environment of the cells is not appropriate, it looks for a way to survive and one of those ways of surviving in a toxic environment (low oxygen, abundant free radicals, toxins, contaminants, etc.) in these environments is where the cell seeks the mutation to survive.

– Providing the essential nutrients that the cells need to function as raw material for the cells to perform their normal functions including their cell multiplication, carry out a correct communication between cells and with the immune system and avoid becoming infected cells (not they are vitamins).

All reactions where our immune system intervenes leaves memory in our body. Such as viral, bacterial infections, the application of vaccines of destruction of abnormal cells (probable infected cells or in stage of mutation) by our own immune system etc. And all these antibodies that result from these immune reactions are re-circulating through our blood.

We can take a blood sample and prepare a self-vaccination. Something similar is done in the preparation of other vaccines only that other species such as horses, chicken embryos etc. are used. These animals are injected with germs to cause the disease and their immune system produces the antibodies to develop the vaccine. The difference would be that we would take our own antibodies to make our own vaccines.

In this case our body is the incubator that has been storing and making the antibodies that result from the battles that our immune system has won throughout our lives.

In the course of our lives millions and millions of cells have been multiplying and our immune system is in charge of quality control eliminating those cells that have been mutating towards infected or tumor cells.

And on each occasion when it eliminates these cells, antibodies are created that are re-circulating in our body.

For some reason and under certain circumstances these cells manage to trick our immune system and transform into malignant cells.

These circumstances can be contamination, poor oxygenation either due to lung problems or excess Co2, poor intake of essential nutrients for cells (not talk about vitamins) predisposition for genetic load etc.

Our protocol allows us to isolate the antibodies from the blood and to elaborate a specific auto-vaccine for each patient since it is elaborated of its own antibodies when performing this type of self-vaccination is like sending a message to our immune system telling it to wake up in there is a cell that is in the process of mutation or is a malignant cell. It is resetting our immune system to recognize those malicious antigens.

The natural forces that are inside us are what really cure diseases. – Hippocrates