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The state of the art cancer treatment

14th Annual Conference on Translational Medicine and Oncologists Meet

November 28-30, 2016 San Francisco, USA

Reza Sanaye and Babak Daneshfard

Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Transl Med

Abstract :

To ratchet up natural bodyâ�?�?s immune response towards cancer, subtypes of opsonizing reagents have been infused through injection (before getting into the metastasis stage) into the micro-environment of the cancerous tumor. Such chemical agents have acted in the range of 69-82% (p<0.05) in getting the peripheral tumor cells to get prepared to receive levels of spontaneously stimulated natural killer cells. Later on, the hooking of the natural killer cells onto the opsonized peripheral micro-environment was enhanced by both changing the flow cytology through the means of micro-fluids designed in our own high-throughput scanning labs. These were copied out multifariously [in two stages] following high energy consumption from biochips as the medium in between the simulation in silico and the actual in vitro. The process of the getting of the â�?�?eat-meâ�? signal to the natural killer cells was enhanced by 41% (p<0.05). This was accomplished as a result of porosity grading matrix inserted by boundary-atom schemes which most probably acted in response to adjuvant radiation therapy when from 100 to 1000 molecules came out of their relatively stable biomolecular structure to elaborately dissect the cancerous micro-environment into segmental lobes with a non-boundary precision of 50 Angstroms. It is to be noted that Professor Reza Sanayeâ�?�?s non-conventional use of Bayesian statistics has, in some cases, caused changes in the aforesaid statistical.

Biography :

Babak Daneshfard completed his PhD at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (SUMS). He has published more than 10 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as Reviewer of CAM journals. He is also an expert in Mind-Body Medicine.