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La terapia basata su cellule immunitarie autologhe praticata in Giappone ora aiuta l'ospedale Vinmec a trattare pazienti oncologici ad Hanoi, in Vietnam, dopo un trasferimento di tecnologia da GN Corporation

Il sistema di ipertermia realizzato in Giappone, rivolto ai pazienti affetti da tumore, richiama l'interesse degli ospedali oncologici esteri.

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Il trattamento dei tumori basato sulle cellule immunitarie degli stessi pazienti, sulle cellule natural killer (NK) e sulle cellule T, denominato terapia di potenziamento immunitario autologo (AIET), somministrato in combinazione con chemioterapia, radioterapia e chirurgia tradizionali e da tempo praticato in Giappone, è ora proposto anche presso l'ospedale Vinmec di Hanoi, in Vietnam, a seguito di un trasferimento di tecnologia da parte di GN Corporation. I pazienti oncologici dei paesi limitrofi ora si recano all'ospedale Vinmec per questo trattamento.

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NK cells and T-cells in vitro culture method, without feeder cells or animal serum or genetic manipulation, for immune-cell therapy to cancer patients developed and practiced in Japan was tech-transferred to Vinmec Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam, which was accomplished in phases viz., (i) Cell processing facility infrastructure and equipment advisory, (ii) Training of biotechnologists from Vietnam in Japan, (iii) On-site, technical support in Vinmec hospital lab by Japanese experts (iv) Educational seminars to physicians, oncologists and (v) Interaction with regulatory authority in Japan, the PMDA and MHLW; spearheaded by GNC Japan. Immune-cell therapy with Thermotron RF8-EX radiofrequency hyperthermia, when added to conventional cancer treatment, yields increase in survival of cancer patients. These safety proven treatments practiced for long in Japan to manage most of the solid tumours are of interest to many cancer hospitals overseas to add them to their existing oncology services. (Graphic: Business Wire)

NK cells and T-cells in vitro culture method, without feeder cells or animal serum or genetic manipulation, for immune-cell therapy to cancer patients developed and practiced in Japan was tech-transferred to Vinmec Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam, which was accomplished in phases viz., (i) Cell processing facility infrastructure and equipment advisory, (ii) Training of biotechnologists from Vietnam in Japan, (iii) On-site, technical support in Vinmec hospital lab by Japanese experts (iv) Educational seminars to physicians, oncologists and (v) Interaction with regulatory authority in Japan, the PMDA and MHLW; spearheaded by GNC Japan. Immune-cell therapy with Thermotron RF8-EX radiofrequency hyperthermia, when added to conventional cancer treatment, yields increase in survival of cancer patients. These safety proven treatments practiced for long in Japan to manage most of the solid tumours are of interest to many cancer hospitals overseas to add them to their existing oncology services. (Graphic: Business Wire)

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Samuel JK Abraham
info@gncorporation.com

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