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Win-K cell

Treatment with Win-K cell

  • It is another option for cancer treatment (in addition to surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and others).

Treatment using a combination of NK cells + CIK cells + T cells for maximum effectiveness, which we refer to as

Treatment with “Win-K cell” (which stands for NK cells + CIK cells + T cells) is a cellular-level medical technology treatment. This treatment involves extracting the patient’s blood and separating PBMC cells in the laboratory (by culturing outside the patient’s body) until a sufficient quantity is obtained. These immune cells are then injected back into the patient, boosting their immune system. A special characteristic of this treatment is that it does not cause toxicity or side effects to the patient compared to other options. Additionally, it uses the patient’s own cells (Autologous cells), resulting in minimal side effects and eliminating the need for hospitalization. Patients who have undergone other cancer treatments and use this treatment in conjunction with immune cells can improve their quality of life.

Win-K cell consist of a combination of immune system cells, including

A. Natural Killer cells or NK cells: They are the main cells responsible for eliminating cancer cells and viruses. NK cells have mechanisms for distinguishing harmful substances.

Pseudo-foreign cells differ from other types of white blood cells, called Major Histocompatibility complex (MHC), and do not require stimulation from

Other immune system cells

B. CIK cells, or Cytokine Induced Killer cells, are white blood cells that have been stimulated with antigen and/or cytokines, capable of destroying

Cancer cells can evade the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) mechanism.

C. T cells are a type of white blood cell that, when stimulated by an antigen, can differentiate into helper T cells, also known as CD4 cells, cytotoxic T cells, or

CD8 cells function in eliminating cancer cells, pathogens, viruses, and various foreign entities.

By employing the principles of cellular-level medical technology, the process begins with extracting the patient’s blood, isolating PBMC cells in the laboratory, and culturing them until an adequate quantity is obtained. These immune cells are then reintroduced into the patient, enhancing their immune response. A notable feature of this treatment using immune cells is the minimal occurrence of adverse effects or toxicity compared to other options. Moreover, it utilizes the patient’s own cells (autologous cells), resulting in minimal side effects and eliminating the need for hospitalization. Combining these immune cells with other cancer treatment methods improves the overall quality of life for cancer patients.

What are immune cells (Win-K cell)?

Normally, the body has an immune system that detects and destroys pathogens or viruses that enter to destroy cells. The immune system will destroy the invading pathogen and then drive it out of the body. White blood cells and immune cells play a crucial role in this process. When the immune system is out of balance, it can lead to an increase in pathogens and cancer cells in the body. Treatment using immune cells is a method that stimulates the immune cells in the body to become stronger, restoring the balance of the immune system to eliminate or inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

The balance between immunity and cancer cells

When mutations occur in cells, they can lead to the development of cancer cells. Generally, mutated cells are eliminated by the immune system within the body. However, there are several factors that make cancer cells stronger than normal cells. Cancer cells proliferate and exert influence over other cells, destroying the immune system. This factor contributes to the rapid development of cancer cells.

When cancer cells are eliminated through surgery or radiation therapy, especially radiation therapy, it can have detrimental effects on the immune system. Although the immune system can recover, there is a possibility of cancer recurrence because not all cancer cells are completely eliminated.

Chemotherapy can reduce the aggressiveness of cancer cells in the short term, but it is difficult to completely eliminate cancer cells permanently with this method. Additionally, chemotherapy can suppress bone marrow function, directly impacting the immune system and making it more susceptible to infections. Although chemotherapy can reduce the size of the cancer, it cannot enhance the immune system to prevent recurrence.

Cancer cells can grow to be large because they are more robust than the immune system. While immunotherapy can halt the growth of cancer cells, it cannot reduce the size of the cancer cells in the short term unless the immune system is repeatedly stimulated.

Win-K cell therapy, after surgery or other treatments, can be more effective.

The method of boosting immunity when the number and effectiveness of killer cells are found to be below standard

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