Cancer and immune function loss are closely related

As people age, the cell activity declines and immunity declines

The immune system is a complex network consisting of many tissues, cells, and different hormones and molecules. The immune cells are the soul of the immune system and they monitor human body environment at any time. Once disease-causing substances invade or abnormal cells grow, they will be annihilated by immune cells. In addition, scholars have also discovered that immune responses are often related to the progression of the disease. For example, spreading of cancer cells in the body often associates with the insufficient number and function of immune cells. When the immune cells are not functional, the body's defense mechanism is not strong enough to fight against abnormal cells or viruses, and even can not block the spread of cancer cells.

Studies have shown that when immune function is low or inhibited, the incidence of tumors is high; while tumor growth, the patient's immune function is inhibited. For normal people, an active immune cell can kill several cancer cells, but as cancer worsens, the immune cells may be affected by cytokines or other inhibitory substances which lead to insufficient immune cell numbers and activity. As a result, these immune cells can not effectively kill or inhibit cancer cells and let cancer continue to deteriorate.

In addition, according to research in British Journal of Cancer, immunity declines with age. In general, the body's immune system peaks at the age of 20, and by the age of 40, it is only half of 20 years old. At the age of 70, it will be less than 1/10 of what it was at the age of 20. Therefore, it is pivotal that we store our healthy immune cells when we are at our peak physically and will thus immensely increase our immunity. This will enable form defensive walls to help defend against external pathogens. If young and healthy cells aren’t stored beforehand, as we age, our cells become less active and less functional. By that time, it will already be too late.

Since the "Science" magazine in 2014 ranked immune cell therapy the first place of top ten medical breakthroughs in 2013, immune cell therapy has become a battleground for medical industry. Enhance Cell Bank anticipates the trend of immune cell therapy and cooperates with Navi Bio-therapeutics. Inc. for immune cell therapy technology development to develop clinical grade immune cell in vitro culture technology, clinical immune function analysis technology, and cell culture separation equipment. Dedicate to develop personalized immune cell therapy for the prevention and treatment of cancer, autoimmune, allergies, viral infections and other diseases.