After the lung and bronchial cancer, colon and rectal cancer are known to take the most lives. Every third person who suffers from this disease dies from it, which makes the survival rate very low. This type of cancer is hard to treat and cure, because usually by the time a person becomes aware of their illness, it has already spread to other organs.
Recent study shows that it may be possible to control stem cells that are responsible for spreading colorectal cancer. This theory is based around a receptor or cell surface protein called Frizzled 7. It is already known that in case you knock down Frizzled 7 it will stop the tumor from growing. This protein has the ability to get signals from the outside and if that can be stopped, the receptors such as Lgr5, that are known for triggering cancer, wouldn’t be able to connect and make any damage.
By controlling Frizzled 7 while the cells are still in the dormant stage, the growth could also become controllable. The complete process of finding and targeting Frizzled 7 is still unknown, and Melbourne biology lab sees this as their next step of the research.
What they say about us
Shaun Lawrence battled multiple sclerosis for many years before deciding to come to Swiss Medica clinic. Limp on his right leg, urinary and bowel problems were some of the main issues he suffered from. After having a stem cell treatment his life changed completely. He is very satisfied with the experience, as well as the overall results of the treatment.continue
For me, since I got back after my 2 weeks of having my treatment, within 2 days of being home speaking to friends and family around the world, they all noticed the difference in my speaking, cognitively and I was able to listen and integrate with conversations with my family at home.
A wonderful experience, a wonderful care are these very caring people, yes.continue
Everything is done naturally and pleasantly here. Actually I do not feel sick, it is the most important thing – during these 12 days I haven’t felt sick.
I didn’t have the impression that I was treated like a patient. I was treated like a normal person, it is true I take medicines, receive infusions and still have some pain, but I never felt like I was in the hospital.continue
Linda Cole struggled with multiple sclerosis for over 30 years. She decided to give stem cell treatment a try, even though she didn’t expect much from it. She was pleasantly surprised, as her symptoms improved and reversed drastically. Her ability to move, walk and think much better than before assured her she made the right decision by coming to Swiss Medica.continue
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