Concept of cancer therapy

Cancer treatment solutions at Saisei Mirai

Destruction of
local cancer tissue

Sonophotodynamic therapy
High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU)
Saisei Tumor Treating Field Therapy

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Immunotherapy
 

GcMAF
Oral colostrum MAF
Cheese MAF (MAF Spray)
Hyper T/NK cell therapy
Coley’s vaccine
Autologous cancer vaccine
Dendritic cell therapy

Supportive therapy

High Dose Vitamin C
Gene therapy
Ozone therapy

Therapy

Therapies available at Saisei Mirai Clinics in Japan.

GcMAF (Gc Protein derived Macrophage Activating Factor)

GcMAF treatment is a highly effective macrophage activating therapy, used to stimulate the immune system and activate macrophages so that they can destroy cancer cells and other abnormal cells in the body ...
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Oral Colostrum GcMAF

Oral Colostrum GcMAF is a food produced from colostrum which contains immune cells and many antibodies and it helps boost the immune system ...
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HIFU – High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Therapy

For the treatment for cancer and other diseases using high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) ...
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Tumor Treating Fields (TTF) Electrical Cancer Therapy

Treating cancer with low-intensity electrical fields to suppress cancer cell proliferation ...
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Photodynamic (PDT) and Sonodynamic Therapy (SDT)

For the treatment for cancer using light and ultrasound ...
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Coley Vaccine (Mixed Bacterial Vaccine) therapy

Immunotherapy treatment for cancer by fever therapy ...
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Hyper T/NK cell therapy

The combination therapy with systemically administered T lymphocytes, Hyper T cells, and NK cells demonstrated significant clinical activity in some patients with cancer in clinical trials involving more than 100 cases ...
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Cancer vaccine therapy

The autologous cancer vaccine is derived from tissue fragments from the patient's own cancer (tumor) and immunoadjuvants ...
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Maitake MD-fraction Mushroom Extract Therapy

To assist in the treatment of cancer, HIV, Hepatitis and immune system diseases ...
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Collaborative research facilities