New City Osaki Clinic homepage > Frequently asked questions
Q1 How much blood is drawn?
Q2 How long is the treatment?
Q3 How many times should I receive treatment?
Q4 I have heard that there are no side effects other than fever. What should I do when I have a fever?
Q5 Treatment with anticancer agents and radiation therapy are planned. What should I do?
Q6 What should I do if I cannot go to the clinic on the scheduled day of administration.
Q7 Can I receive highly active NK cell therapy while in the hospital?
Q8 Can any type of cancer be treated with highly active NK cell therapy?
Q9 I was told that I have metastasis and am at the terminal stage. Is the treatment effective?
Q10 How does highly active NK cell therapy differ from a vaccine therapy, such as cancer peptide vaccine therapy, or dendritic cell vaccine therapy?
Q11 There are various other NK cell therapies. How is highly active NK cell therapy different from these other therapies?
Q12 Is highly active NK cell therapy effective without combining it with anticancer agents?
Q13 Is it fine to receive highly active NK cell therapy and vaccine therapy together?
Q14 If NK cells are increased so much, aren’t they weakened by any chance?
Q15 In highly active NK cell therapy, are all the cells increased in culture NK cells?
Q16 Can’t we receive only NK cells?
Q17 Can highly active NK cell therapy cure cancer?
Q18 Is highly active NK cell therapy effective in the prevention of recurrence after surgery?