Treatment Plans and Protocols For Cancerous Tumors
We will start with a complete physical examination. We will schedule your biopsy and consult with you about what you’re comfortable with. To treat your cancer, we will need to remove some healthy tissue around your tumor’s site, called a biopsy. We may also want to run tests on any blood or tissue samples we take during surgery to determine if they are cancerous or not.
If we decide that you have cancer, we will set up a treatment plan. This could include any combination of stem cell therapy, photodynamic therapy, or infusion therapy, depending on the type of cancer and its location within your body.
Cancer is a disease in the body of living beings. It is characterized by the abnormal growth of cells, divided into two types: benign and malignant. Cancerous tumors are considered the most severe diseases because they have high mortality rates and long-term complications. In addition, cancer also has a significant impact on human society and causes great harm to patients.
Our treatment plan
Natural Killer (NK) Therapy
NK therapy, or natural killer cell therapy, is a treatment that uses the body’s immune system to fight cancer. It involves injecting a small number of immune cells into the bloodstream and then giving them time to multiply and attack cancer cells.
The human body has two immune cells: T cells and NK cells. T-cells are responsible for recognizing and destroying viruses or infected cells. In contrast, NK cells are responsible for directly killing cancerous cells, mutated cells, and other harmful substances in your body.
Nature killer cells can directly remove aging, mutated, cancer, viruses, and infected cells in the human body and indirectly activate phagocytes and T cells. It has a broad-spectrum killing effect and a strong ability to remove foreign bodies. It is known as the king of immune cells. Considering that the immune system of cancer patients is seriously damaged and their ability to kill cancer cells is poor, we activate and amplify a large number of NK cells in vitro and reinfusion them into patients to improve the number and activity of NK cells in cancer patients, to enhance the ability of the body to eliminate their cancer.
Lovinium’s CAR-T treatment plan is an innovative approach to treating cancer that uses your immune system to fight the disease.
At Lovinium, we have worked in this field for over a decade, using our research and expertise to develop treatments for patients with blood cancers. We have developed a treatment plan that is both effective and safe, as well as affordable. Our CAR-T therapy is one of the most widely used immunotherapies today, having been approved by the FDA for certain adult patients with certain types of blood cancers, including aggressive, relapsed, or refractory diffuse large B cell lymphoma, primary mediastinal B-cell lymphoma, high-grade B-cell lymphoma, transformed follicular lymphoma, mantle cell lymphoma, and follicular lymphoma. We also work with doctors and patients to develop CAR-NK and CAR-M cells to solve the application limitations of CAR T alone and treat more cancer types.
Photodynamic Laser Therapy
PDT is a kind of phototherapy using non-toxic photosensitive compounds. These compounds are selectively exposed to light and then toxic to targeted malignant cells and malignant tumors. It is considered to be a minimally invasive and non-toxic cancer treatment strategy.
PDT can be used as an alternative to surgery to treat many cancers. It can also be used as an adjunct to surgery or radiation therapy in treating some types of cancer. PDT is especially effective for treating skin cancer and other benign tumors spread throughout the body rather than localized within one area (e.g., prostate cancer). PDT can also be used for other purposes, such as treating psoriasis or warts.
Infusion therapy plays a vital role in patient care. Lovinium offers a holistic antioxidant combination with curcumin, vitamin C (high dose), amino acids, and minerals, an infusion therapy concept that combines high-quality products with intelligent technologies and services. It can comprehensively improve the treatment effect of cancer. Our goal is to make even the most complex therapies simpler, smarter, and safer.
Our infusions are based on high-quality ingredients that provide optimal support for your body’s natural healing process. We take great care in selecting components that support your body’s healing needs. Our infusions are designed to help you get through treatment faster and better by helping to restore vitality, energy, strength, and function in your body.
Whole Body Hyperthermia & Oxygen Therapy
In whole-body hyperthermia, warming water-cooled infrared radiation achieves a localized temperature of 30–38.5 ° C. Tumors are selectively heated, and average tissue temperature is relieved. This therapeutic method effectively destroys cancer cells with minimum damage to normal tissue while increasing the “tumor microenvironment” in which oxygen can accumulate. The combined use of hyperthermia and oxygen is superior to each treatment alone as it prevents hypoxia (low oxygen levels) and decreases inflammation after treatment.
Our treatment plan is designed to kill cancerous cells while preserving normal tissue. We first use the power of hyperthermia to heat the tumor site. The increased temperature damages cell membranes, destroying these barriers to killing the tumor. Next, we use hyperthermia again in conjunction with oxygen therapy to produce more heat and remove toxic waste products. This combination minimizes any injury to normal tissue and has significantly higher temperatures than either modality alone.
There is no doubt that gene editing technology is causing a significant change in today’s bioscience field. This breakthrough technology has provided new solutions for many previously difficult-to-treat and rare diseases. Gene therapy is different from conventional therapy: in a general sense, the treatment of diseases is aimed at various symptoms caused by gene abnormalities, while gene therapy is aimed at the root of the illness – abnormal genes.
Gene therapy refers to introducing normal foreign genes into target cells to correct or compensate for the diseases caused by defective and abnormal genes to achieve the purpose of treatment. It also includes inserting foreign genes into appropriate recipient cells of patients through gene transfer technology so that the products produced by foreign genes can treat certain diseases. Gene therapy is mainly aimed at those diseases that pose a severe threat to human health, including genetic disorders, malignant tumors, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, and a variety of rare diseases.
Human beings have about 20000-30000 genes. Under complex internal and external factors, gene defects and abnormalities can lead to various complex diseases. In the lovinium group, the joint research center, in cooperation with many top universities around the world, is committed to research and application of cutting-edge gene therapy technologies to provide new treatment opportunities for people suffering from problems.
Including but not limited to the following disease types:
Type 1 diabetes
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis（ALS）
Sickle cell Anemia
According to years of research experience, for various diseases caused by genes, early detection and treatment can seize the best treatment time as soon as possible to obtain better results.
Musculoskeletal injuries – such as injuries to muscle, bone, ligament, or tendon – often result in tissue breakdown. In many cases, the body’s ability to repair this damage can be slow, limited by medical conditions and chronic inflammation. Stem-cell-based regenerative interventions such as autologous transplantation can help the body repair this damage effectively by providing the growth factors and healing cells needed to build new tissue and remodel the area of injury. This contrast with something like a corticosteroid injection, which generally helps manage pain and reduce inflammation, as opposed to stimulating actual growth, repair, and healing.”
How does this treatment help?
The regenerative therapies PRP (plasma regenerative medicine) and PRF are the most common regenerative interventions used for sports injuries. When injected directly into the damaged tissue, plasma containing growth factors is broken down by cells to release hormones and other substances that stimulate repair. Over time, your body’s natural production of these substances increases to promote the remodeling of torn tissues. The process continues for several weeks in response to continued treatment with repeated injections of the plasma solution into target areas of injury.