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Q9 I was told that I have metastasis and am at the terminal stage. Is the treatment effective?

For example, many of the patients with pancreatic cancer treated at our clinic had metastasis.
Despite the metastasis, excellent results in the survival rate and survival time have been obtained.
(See Report of the cases of pancreatic cancer for details.)
In addition to directly attacking cancer cells effectively, highly active NK (natural killer) cell therapy aims at enhancing the patient’s own immunity. Many patients greatly benefited from this therapy. You do not have to give up.


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