Extracorporal Modified Immune Therapy (EMIT)A tumor patient usually does not die from a benign tumor, but from a malignant tumor that maintains an uninhibited proliferation, which in turn interferes fatally with the vital functions of other organs.
Apart from surgical procedures at an early stage, conventional cancer therapy is based on the philosophy that cancer cells should be destroyed with various destructive methods such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, TKI, monoclonal antibodies, etc. All immunological research approaches also aim to destroy tumor cells; metaphorically speaking either by increasing the number of police officers (NK, T-cells etc.) or by re-arming them with more powerful weapons. Even the latest efforts with PD-1, CTLA-4 or CAR-T for cancer treatments are nothing else but a kind of “chemotherapy” with biological instrumentation. Apart from some few cancer entities which may indeed thus be treated successfully, this approach has only a limited effect and is applied merely with life-prolonging or palliative intention, not to mention of their unpredictable and high toxicity (more informationen).
EMIT follows an alternative way of action: On the basis of immunological instruction, malignant tumor cells are transformed into benign tumor cells. In the course of aging processes, the tumor cells recede and die off gradually (see images). After treatment, a residual tumor may still persist, but it is merely a harmless lump of abnormal tissue. In contrast to conventional therapies, the immune cells generated by EMIT remain almost a lifetime in the body, and they henceforth survey over the growth of tumor cells in question till the end of life.
What is necessary for performing an EMIT therapy? All we need is a piece tumor of 1-2 cm³ size containing living tumor cells, as well as some blood sample of patient approximately every third week. Depending on growth and reaction, cultured cells must then be re-injected into the patient about once per week. The whole treatment requires approximately 3 months.
Dr. med Sadik Öz (SOEZMED):
- STUDY (1979 − 1985)
Human Medicine at the University of Regensburg ( Physikum ) or University Erlangen-Nuremberg
- MEDICAL EDUCATION (1988 − 1995)
in the Med . Klinik III Uni – Erlangen Med . Clinic IV , Klinikum Nürnberg and Med . Clinic V , Nuremberg Hospital
- CANCER RESEARCH (SINCE 1981)
September 1981 – September 1985 − Doctoral thesis
September 1985 – August 1986 − Assistant Professor at the Department of Immunology and Rheumatology,
Med . Klinik III Uni – Erlangen
September 1986 – June 1987 − Researcher at the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA
July 1987 – January 1988 − MHH Hannover Pediatric Oncology
February 1988 – December 1991 − Med. Klinik III Uni-Erlangen Haematological malignancies
July 1991 – August 1995 − Med. Klinik V, Klinikum Nürnberg Haematological malignancies
September 1995 to date − Independent researcher
- DOCTOR’S SURGERY SINCE 1995
Dr. med. Sadık Öz, Feuerweg 21, 90443 Nürnberg, +49 911 92919620
Tel. + 49 9123 14957
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