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Envita Medical Center

November 14, 2014 04:46 ET

Envita Medical Center and Dr. Dino Prato Release Comprehensive List of Immunotherapies Used in Cancer Treatment

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - Nov 14, 2014) - A powerful underutilized form of cancer treatment is being explored by Dr. Dino Prato and Envita Medical Center, and it all starts with your immune system.

A recent paper published by Dr. Prato and colleagues, titled, "Immunotherapy and Cancer Treatment," featured in the Open Journal of Medical Microbiology, explains the latest and most advanced forms of immune targeted cancer treatments that are being developed from around the world. While most people have only heard about chemotherapy, radiation and surgery as appropriate options in cancer treatment, Dr. Prato and his group at Envita have been delving into immunotherapy as a compelling alternative option. The exciting part about all of this is that immunotherapy is a completely independent method of attacking cancer cells and it is many times less toxic than other methods like chemotherapy and radiation. Even though a large number of immunotherapies are in the beginning stages of clinical trials, Envita has been working in the area of customized proprietary immunotherapy treatments for over a decade.

According to Envita founder, Dr. Dino Prato, "The first and last defense against cancer involves our immune system, and most patients have major immune-deficiencies especially after chemotherapy and radiation." Dr. Dino Prato also believes that the future of cancer treatment will involve a higher degree of immunotherapy being utilized and pairing it to each patient's needs. Envita favors a highly advanced and integrative approach to cancer treatment that focuses on biomarkers, molecular profiling, genetics, epigenetic causes and highly targeted and personalized immunotherapy. What is unique about Envita's approach is that immunotherapy is used in conjunction with a special micro dosed form of a new type of chemotherapy called GTFC, and it is revolutionizing cancer treatment.

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