What is Immunotherapy?

Immunotherapy is the use of components from the immune system, either from the patient themselves or prepared in a laboratory (microdoses or dilutions), for the treatment of diseases of the immune system.

Immunotherapy is used as an adjunct to the treatment of pathologies that involve primary or acquired immunodeficiency (e.g. AIDS) or those associated with cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

Within immunotherapy, there are also treatments that help us modulate the immune system, both in autoimmunity and in exaggerated responses of hypersensitivity in allergies and asthma, among others.

What does clinical immunology service entail?

In our clinical immunology and immunotherapy service at RegenBiocell Clinic, we focus on the study and treatment of diseases due to disorders of the immune system, as well as those associated with other organ systems.

These diseases make it impossible for us to defend ourselves adequately against microorganisms and toxins from both external and internal sources.

These pathologies can also be the cause of attacks by components of our immune system against our own body.

We can divide these disorders into three major categories:

Immunodeficiency: In which components of the immune system fail to provide an adequate response, for example: AIDS, primary immunodeficiency, among others.

Autoimmunity: In which the immune system attacks cells and tissues of the body (e.g. systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto's disease, and myasthenia gravis).

Hypersensitivity: In these disorders, the system responds inappropriately to harmless components (asthma and other allergies) or responds with excessive intensity.

What does diagnostic immunology entail?

We have advanced diagnostic techniques that allow us to determine the status of our patients' immune systems.

"The specificity of the antigen-antibody binding has created an excellent tool for detecting substances in a variety of diagnostic techniques."

We perform food intolerance tests to diagnose and prevent these disorders, which are becoming more common and are associated with a poor immune system response, compromising other systems such as the digestive system.

In addition to basic analyzes of the state of the cellular (lymphocytes, monocytes, etc.) and humoral (antibodies) system, with advanced lymphocyte and senescence profiles, we can see the degree of activity or deterioration of our immune system, as well as our level of aging.

Genetic Studies

Associated with these studies, we conduct cutting-edge genetic studies, such as the study of telomeres, which are DNA strands found in our chromosomes that naturally shorten over time, but are also shortened by stress-inducing factors such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, and diseases such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, or hypertension. This allows us to understand the state of our aging process and the quality of a person's response and recovery.

According to recent research, "Accelerated telomere shortening can indicate vulnerability to diseases, premature aging, and even death."

This helps us provide a comprehensive diagnosis and propose treatments in the field of regenerative and anti-aging medicine, such as the use of powerful antioxidants (such as vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and trace elements), along with immunotherapy, cell therapy, proper nutrition, and healthy lifestyle habits. This allows us to detoxify and revitalize our tissues and our body, providing us with excellent health.

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