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Aspek
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This possible future treatment story actually starts in 1999. Proffesor Zheng Cui (the one that published article of treating with RGE garlic injections) during his experiments found a mice that was immune to cancer. After some tests, he concluded that the reason was the extraordinary strength of his leukocytes. And offspring of that mouse showed same capability. He managed to transfer leukocytes from that mice to a sick mice, and they were healed too. When they wanted to start the clinical trial with humans, there was no funding and thing stopped. Anecdotally he cured his wife with that technique. But looks like the story continued, they managed to collect the money by crowdfunding and started the Lift Biosciences. Plan is to make bank of neutrophile cells from healthy people that have them and transfuse them to the cancer patient. 

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https://www.liftbiosciences.com/about

This reminds me of the story about a HIV positive person with a leukemia who after the bone marrow transplantation got cured of HIV because leukocytes from the donor were strong enough to eradicate HIV from the blood.

 

Anyway cool approach.

 


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The CEO is on Twitter https://twitter.com/alexblyth33?lang=en

Also, a vid with some more info https://vimeo.com/316555028


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According to this a proof-of-concept trial is planned to start in Q1 https://biopharmadealmakers.nature.com/users/211640-lift-biosciences/posts/48341-transferring-innate-immunity-to-destroy-cancers


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Two updates from the company https://www.liftbiosciences.com/single-post/2020/01/15/LIfT-BioSciences-secures-a-further-round-of-funding-for-its-game-changing-innate-cell-therapy-for-solid-tumours https://www.liftbiosciences.com/single-post/2020/03/26/LIfT-BioSciences-King’s-College-London-embark-on-an-exciting-new-collaboration-to-develop-a-next-generation-iPS


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