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Immunovative Therapies Ltd. Introduces a Revolutionary Approach To Cancer Treatment
Date:7/9/2013

tem cell transplantation (BMT). The BMT is a proven curative therapy for certain hematological malignancies and also has shown some effectiveness in the treatment of solid tumors. The curative effect of the BMT is caused by the transplanted immune cells, which are derived from a healthy, tissue matched donor. The immune mediated anti-tumor activity of these transplanted cells is termed the graft vs. tumor (GVT) effect. At Immunovative Therapies, this mechanism has been analyzed in detail, and Immunovative Therapies has used the powerful cancer-killing GVT effect as the basis for the synthesis of an entirely new class of oncologic drugs.

Dr. Michael Har-Noy describes the GVT mechanism as the most powerful and most efficient tumor-killing process ever identified in the treatment of human cancer. Unfortunately, these same immune system T-cells which control the GVT effect also can cause an often lethal complication known as graft versus host disease (GVHD). This side effect occurs because the transplanted T-cells recognize both the normal and tumor cells of the recipient as foreign material and attack them both indiscriminately. Therefore, despite the fact that a BMT can eradicate solid as well as hematologic cancers, the often lethal toxicity of GVHD has prevented the wide spread application of BMT as a cancer treatment.

The powerful GVT immune mechanism observed in BMT recipients is capable of disabling a tumor's immunoavoidance capability, thus resulting in complete eradication of the cancer in many instances. The GVT effect has been shown to be able to cure cancer patients with large tumors, including patients with malignancies unresponsive to chemotherapy, radiation and other types of immunologic treatments.

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