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Dendritic Cell - This video is a basic overview of how these cells recognize pathogens or early stage breast cancer and take them back to the lymph nodes. There, white blood cells are educated about the invader or in this case, breast cancer specific to the women. These cells are found throughout the body and are the "sentinels" or warning cells.

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For breast cancer treatment they are harvested from the patient’s own blood. Then expanded, grown or multiplied in the lab. A biopsy of the women’s own breast cancer is also needed for this treatment.  This biopsy (which can be frozen) will be used to “educated” or prime the expanded cells to recognize the women’s own breast cancer as an invader. Then the cells will be returned back to the patient, usually one week later. The women will receive the cells though an Intravenous Drip or IV. The “educated” dendritic cells then go educate the white blood cells to attack the women’s breast cancer in the patient. This is done on a monthly basis, depending on the women’s conditions and the doctor’s orders.

The future of dendritic cell therapy, predicted 5 years ago by Stanford Medical Researcher. This is from 2007 and is available today for patients with early stage breast cancer who prefer to opt for immunotherapy as a first course of action in their fight against breast cancer.


The following poster board discuss 143 patients with advanced breast cancer after primary standard therapy and the use of Dendritic Cell Therapy.


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