Production of the Dendritic Cell Vaccine

Hi, this is Johannes, I am the founder of Immucura Med. I just returned from Germany where I was visiting the laboratory and where I had a couple of meetings. It amazes me every time to see how the production of the dendritic cell vaccine works, to see that the blood has the cure for cancer itself. Immunotherapy is the next step in cancer health! Our therapy teaches the body to fight cancer, just as he normally does in a healthy body with a healthy immune system.

The scientists in the laboratory are honest and serious people, who follow a very strict and sophisticated protocol. The production has 52 steps and the cruel thing is that if only one of these steps fails, the whole production is a waste and the process needs to be started again form the very beginning; with the blood draw. Fortunately, of so far 2000 productions none has failed. We can really say that the quality and delivery accuracy is amazingly good!

What we did now, is to discuss the extension of the laboratory, to raise the capacity up to 8 deliveries per day and I am quite happy, because in this way we can reduce waiting lists significantly.

The protocol for patient is done in two easy steps: They have a blood draw of 200 ml, which is not much, it is like a blood donation. Then, these 200 ml are shipped to the lab and after nine days the vaccine comes back.

They are two little syringes which get injected to the groin. It is a quite easy action, non-invasive and the only side effects the patient could have, is to experience some tiredness or fiver two or three days after the vaccination. What our patients say, is that the vaccine makes them feel more energetic and that they look better, apart from fighting cancer.

The fight against cancer with dendritic cells could be divided into three main phases: 1st phase: the immune system is reducing the speed of growth of the tumor, 2nd phase: stabilization and 3rd phase: remission.

Depending on the state of health of the patient, these phases can occur in different time intervals. We just had patient with liver cancer who informed us that his liver tumor has reduced by 30% after two months, which are very good news. In other cancers we can be happy if we can reach a stabilization during this time, for example with pancreatic cancer, which is one of the most aggressive cancers.

Yours, Johannes Schumacher