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One of the most promising cancer treatments of our time is Immunotherapy, according to the Cancer Research Institute.
For over six decades, the Cancer Research Institute has spearheaded the research in cancer treatments including immunotherapy. They continue to fund innovative breakthroughs to cure all cancer types. Car donations for cancer can go a long way in helping the Cancer Research Institute find a cure and help those affected by cancer.
These are treatments that mobilize and strengthen the inherent powers of the immune system to fight cancer. This can be done by stimulating a person’s immune system to work smarter and harder to kill cancer cells or by giving the immune system certain proteins that help attack cancer cells. Cancer immunotherapy offers the possibility for long-term control of cancer because it can train the immune system to remember cancer cells.
The Body’s Immune System
Your immune system is an assortment of cells, organs and substances that assist in protecting you from disease and infections. The immune system includes:
1. Thymus Gland
This is a small gland located beneath the breastbone in your upper chest. The key immune cells known at T cells mature here and become cells that fight infection and cancer.
2. Lymph Nodes
These are small glands located all through the body. They filter viruses, bacteria and even cancer cells, which are then killed by special white blood cells. This is where your T cells are programmed to destroy harmful germs in your body.
The spleen in situated to the left of the stomach. It’s function is to filter blood and provide storage for platelets and white blood cells. It also is a place where key immune cells called B cells multiply so they can fight harmful invaders.
The appendix is a thin tube that is approximately four to six inches long. It is located in the lower right of the abdomen and it’s exact function is to really known. However, one belief is that it acts as a storage site for the good digestive bacteria.
5. Bone Marrow
This is the soft, sponge-like material that is inside bones. Inside bone marrow are immature cells that divide to form more blood-forming stem cells, or mature into red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
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