Oncological Diseases

The researchers suggest that the same principle of the drug can be used in the treatment of oncological diseases. You can not prevent the disease but allows you to control advanced cancer. A Cuban vaccine against advanced lung cancer dramatically improves the State of serious patients and enables that disease will become controllable Chronicle, official media reported. The drug has been elaborated after 15 years of research by scientists at the center of Immunology Molecular (CIM) de La Habana, who already consider that the same principle of the drug could be used in the treatment of oncological diseases. Sources of the CIM explained to local media that the drug may not prevent disease but allows you to control advanced cancer to generate antibodies against the proteins that trigger uncontrolled in the processes of cell proliferation. With the commercial name of CIMAVAX EGF, the vaccine was applied with good results to more than 1,000 patients in Cuba, where their health record is It took place in June 2008. The product was also already registered in Peru and is in the process of registration in other countries of the region, such as Colombia, Brazil, Paraguay, Ecuador and Argentina.

Undergoing tests in China is it anticipated that soon it undergoing tests in China. The Director of the project, Gisela Gonzalez, said last January that the vaccine is safe, does not cause severe ctos and increases the life expectancy of the patient, with a good quality. Cuban media underline CIMAVAX EGF is the first therapeutic vaccine against advanced lung cancer registered in the world. According to data from the World Health Organization, cancer is the leading cause of mortality worldwide, and the lung is one of the highest incidence. It is estimated that they died from cancer in 2008 was 7.6 million people, a figure that will increase up to eleven million in 2030. Hear other arguments on the topic with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. Source of the news: A Cuban vaccine against lung cancer makes the chronic, controllable disease

Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 News

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