NKM Cell Treatment and Duration
NKM Immune Cell Therapy
Although the way of treatment differs depends on patient’s symptoms, a flow of the treatment is depicted in the reference chart that, high-purity NKM cells isolated from the lymphocytes in the leukocytes of the collected blood are cultured, and after about 2 weeks, return them back to the patient’s body; repeating this administration for several times at intervals of about 1 to 2 weeks.
Duration of a single treatment course is about 2 to 3 months, and NK cells are administered for about 5 to 6 times during the course; a treatment that endows a power to fight against malignant cells, such as cancer cells, by enhancing patient’s immunity.
NK cells will be administered for 5 to 6 times per course on average, and a single NK cell administration dose, though depends on the patients’ condition, comprised of about 1.5 to 3 billion of NKM cells.
When calculating in a normal way, this amount corresponds to approximately 15 to 20 times of the amount of NK cell that a healthy person possesses, which indicates that the amount of the cell in approximately 15 to 20 people will be introduced.
Generally, a total of about 4 to 5 liters of blood is circulating in the body of one person, and it is said that usually about 80 to 90 million of NK cells are included in the circulation. You can easily understand even from the simple calculation that immunity powers that attack cancer cells obtained would be extremely high because activated own NKM cells are amplified by 15 to 30 times and return back to the body each time.
A Flow of the Treatment
1 Determine the Therapeutic Strategy
2 Cell culture (for 2 weeks)
3 Cell culture (the first time)
4 Treatment → Treatment (at intervals of 1 to 2 weeks each time)