Cancer can’t hide from GcMaf Therapy
At Reno Integrative Medical Center we use GcMaf therapy in our Cancer treatment protocol. It has been well assessed that GcMaf exerts powerful, multiple, anti-cancer effects both in the lab and in human bodies.
It has been shown to stimulate certain cells that infiltrate tumor tissues, directly inhibiting human tumor cell proliferation.
In addition to these direct effects on tumor cells, it has demonstrated that it also inhibits cancer cell induced angiogenesis (development of new blood vessels), thus depriving the tumor cell mass of the blood, oxygen and nutrient supply that it needs to grow and metastasize.
At the molecular level it has been demonstrated that (administered)GcMaf stimulates a multiplicity of effects.
(Internal) GcMaf, which is made naturally by the body, is neutralized by the enzyme Nagalase. Nagalase is the enzymethat the cancer cells produce, through the process of anaerobic metabolism. Its production has a cloaking affect in the body that prevents the immune system from acknowledging cancer cell presence.
Due to a specific metabolic pathway, the (administered) GcMaf that we administer by injection, significantly reduces the neutralizing process, thus allowing the above mentioned cells to proliferate tumor tissue and reduce tumor growth.
GcMaf creates a Domino Effect
GcMaf therapy is used in conjunction with other therapies to create the most powerful synergistic effect possible for de-cloaking the cancer cells and then depriving them of nutrition. This therapy allows the immune system to do the job it was designed to do in the first place.