Cancer Science & Therapy

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Active Specific Immunotherapy (ASI) in Cancer Treatment: Five Case Reports


Roni Moya, Mike KS Chan, Michelle BF Wong, Dmitry Klokol, Yvonne Cashinn Chia and Shing Yi Pan

Immunotherapy, including the complementary immunotherapy for cancer, can be categorized as either specific or nonspecific, both with the aim to enhance the immunity against tumors. A proper immunotherapy approach must address a patient’s individual features of complexity such as tumor’s immune suppressive and pro-inflammatory aspects, antigen heterogeneity and immunogenicity. The Active Specific Immunotherapy (ASI) is capable of rearming and boosting the immune system against cancer by exclusively regulating patient’s own immune-modulatory molecules. This article presents five distinct clinical reports of cancer patients that have undergone the ASI treatment, combined with ozone therapy, vitamins infusion and several programs of chemotherapies. As a result, the ASI improved the immune status of all patients and their overall life quality by reducing pain, fatigue and infections recurrences. Furthermore, the ASI treatment did not cause any negative side effects nor interfere whatsoever with the chemotherapy protocol. In conclusion, although further studies are urgently required in the field, ASI offers an interesting and safe strategy as integrative personalized immunotherapy.


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