New ways to treat breast cancer
What is Superantigen and how can it help with breast cancer treatment?
Whether you choose to use surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or prefer the alternative cancer treatment route then in ALL CASES Superantigen will work for you.
Superantigen is an immunology therapy. This means it has been designed to boost your own immune system in such a way that it’s your own God given body that is empowered to attack and defeat the cancer cells. An antigen is any substance that causes an immune response or stimulates immune cells to proliferate.
A Superantigen has two important factors:
- Super antigen can activate as much as 40% of the total body T cells, NK cells and other immunity cells. It’s activation rate is up to 50,000 times that of a normal antigen. No other method can achieve this kind of stimulation effect.
- Unlike any other treatment/medicines which mostly will cause white blood cell count to reduce and thereby cause damage, Superantigen treatment works by stimulating the immune system instead, thus minimising any collateral damage. This is a much more natural approach for treating patients.
This promising new type of cancer treatment stimulates a person’s immune system so it is better able to fight disease.
Over 3,000 clinical trials were performed on many different cancer patients.
Examples of Clinical trial results on Breast Cancer patients:
- Solid tumours: Superantigen ONLY for 3 months on 105 patients- Effective rate 48%
- Breast Ascites: Superantigen ONLY for 1 month 0n 500 patients – Effective rate 70%
- Clinical Symptoms: Superantigen ONLY for 1 month 105 patinets – Effective rate 99%
- 3 year Survival:
- Single Radiation ONLY – survival 47%
- Single Radiation and Superantigen – survival 79%
- Chemotherapy group ONLY – survival 46%
- Chemotherapy and Superantigen – survival 76%
The results of the trials with breast cancer patients demonstrates that whichever choice of treatment you choose, the probability of better improvements in your outcome is greatly increased when combining with Superantigen.
Patients undergoing chemotherapy and Superantigen generally experienced a 80% reduction in side-effects (nausea, insomnia, pain, etc).
What are the signs of breast cancer?
Look firstly for new changes
Common breast cancer signs and symptoms include:
- A lump or swelling in the breast, upper chest or armpit. You might feel the lump, but not see it.
- Changes in the size or shape of the breast
- A change in skin texture i.e. puckering or dimpling of the skin
- A change in the colour of the breast – the breast may look red or inflamed
- Rash, crusting or changes to the nipple
- Any unusual discharge from either nipple