News just in from our client, Williams Cancer Institute about How Cancer Affects Your Immune System and What to Do About It

We know the immune system plays a key role in fighting off pathogens from entering the body. But it also fights the battles occurring within. It’s perhaps your biggest ally in helping your body fight disease. And understanding how your immune system joins forces with cancer treatment can give you a positive advantage.

 

Understanding the Role of Cancer Immunotherapy in Mexico

Your immune system targets disease and infection. It detects and destroys anything it sees as a threat. Some of these pathogens may include:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Parasites

And

  • Unhealthy cells, including cancer cells!

 

The question perhaps you and everyone asks is what is this role in cancer treatment for immunotherapy?  Let’s look a little deeper into the role of the immune system first.

Having a strong immune system should reduce your body’s vulnerability to illness and disease.

So why do you still get sick?

Or receive a cancer diagnosis?

Your body’s immune system “highway.”

The lymphatic system is a network of vessels and tissues. It collects and transports excess fluids (including some fats) from other tissues throughout your body. It then provides them access to your bloodstream.

There’s a close connection between your lymphatic system and your immune system.

Would you like to find out more? Click the link below:

How Cancer Affects Your Immune System and What to Do About It

 

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