RGCC Cancer Treatments: What Are They and How Do They Work?
The Research Genetic Cancer Centre (RGCC) is a laboratory that specializes in cancer diagnostics and treatment. In addition to the RGCC test, which analyzes circulating tumor cells in the bloodstream, RGCC offers a range of cancer treatments. Here’s a closer look at some of the cancer treatments offered by RGCC.
- Personalized Cancer Vaccines: Personalized cancer vaccines are vaccines that are tailored to an individual patient’s cancer. The vaccines are made by extracting cancer cells from the patient’s body and exposing them to the patient’s immune system. The immune system then learns to recognize and attack the cancer cells. RGCC offers personalized cancer vaccines as a treatment option for cancer patients.
- Targeted Therapies: Targeted therapies are drugs that are designed to target specific proteins or genes that are involved in the development and growth of cancer cells. RGCC offers a range of targeted therapies, including immunotherapy, which uses the body’s own immune system to fight cancer cells.
- Natural Therapies: RGCC also offers natural therapies as a treatment option for cancer patients. These therapies include nutritional therapy, which involves using diet and supplements to support the body’s natural healing processes, and detoxification therapy, which involves removing toxins from the body to improve overall health.
While RGCC’s cancer treatments are personalized and designed to be effective for individual patients, it’s important to note that their treatments are not widely accepted by the medical community. It’s always important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new cancer treatment, and to do thorough research on the risks and benefits of any alternative cancer treatment.