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THCT or Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy is a type of degenerative cell treatment. It uses herbs to target specific genes and proteins that help mutated degenerative cells survive and grow. THCT can affect the tissue environment that these cells grow in or it can target cells related to the spread of free radicals, like blood vessel cells.

Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy can treat many different types of degenerative cells. It can also be used in combination with other conventional treatments, such as chemotherapy.

How does Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy work to stop cell death?

There are many types of cells that make up the different parts of the body. For example, there are blood cells, brain cells, and skin cells. Each type has its own job. Cell death starts when certain genes in healthy cells change and become abnormal over time. This change is called a genetic mutation or alteration.

Genes tell cells how to make proteins to keep the cell working. If the genes mutate, these proteins change, too. This can make cells divide too much or too quickly. When this happens, the cells live much longer than they normally would. These cells grow out of control and form a tumor. To develop cell targeted therapies, our researchers work to identify the specific genetic changes that help a tumor grow and change. This is called the herbal "target." An ideal target for this kind of therapy would be a protein that is present in degenerative cells but not healthy cells. Once researchers have identified a target, they develop a herbal treatment that attacks it.

Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy can do different things to the degenerative cells they target:

* Block or turn off signals that tell these cells to grow and divide

* Prevent the cells from living longer than normal

* Destroy mutated degenerative cells

In order to start Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy, your therapist may order tests to learn about the genes, proteins, and other factors that are unique to the illness you have. This helps us apply the most effective treatment.

Unlike other treatments, Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy do not cause any serious side effects, but it is still important that we matches your test results to the best possible treatment and dose. The recommended dose of Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy (THCT) is based on many factors, like your body weight and your age. Talk to your health care team about why they recommend a certain dose.

What are the desired functions of Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy?

There are several different desirable functions THCT. The 2 most common functions are first to create an oxidative stress free environment which in turn block the process that helps degenerative cells multiply and spread. Secondly, to remove the blockades of the energetic field channels to create the body self-healing process of cell rejuvenation.

Examples of Tijani Herbal Cell Therapies available for treatment

Tijani Herbal Cell Therapies (THCT) are a rapidly growing field of research and our researchers are studying many new targets and herbs through clinical trials. Below are a few examples of THCT that are available now. Ask your health care team for more information.

* Breast cancer. About 20% to 25% of breast cancers have too much of a protein called human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2). This protein makes tumor cells grow. If the cancer is HER2-positive, there are cell targeted therapy options. Learn more about targeted therapy for breast cancer.

* Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Almost all cases of chronic myeloid leukemia are driven by the formation of a gene called BCR-ABL. This gene leads to the production of an enzyme called the BCR-ABL protein. This protein causes normal myeloid cells to start behaving like cancer cells. Learn more about targeted therapy for chronic myeloid leukemia.

* Colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer often makes too much of a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). Drugs that block EGFR may help stop or slow cancer growth. Other options include a drug that blocks vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), tumor-agnostic treatment focusing on an NTRK fusion, and anti-angiogenesis therapy. This protein helps make new blood vessels. Learn more about targeted therapy for colorectal cancer.

* Lung cancer. Targeted therapy for lung cancer is rapidly changing due to the pace of scientific research. New targeted therapies are being studied in clinical trials now and there are many targeted therapies approved to treat non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

* Lymphoma. In lymphoma, there is an overproduction of B cells, a type of white blood cell that fights infections. Targeted drugs that block the enzyme that leads to this overproduction of B cells have been very successful for the treatment of lymphomas and some B-cell leukemias. Learn more about targeted therapies for lymphoma.

* Melanoma. About half of melanomas have a mutation in the BRAF gene. BRAF mutations make good drug targets, so there are many approved BRAF inhibitors. Another kind of targeted therapy called an MEK inhibitor is also approved to treat melanoma. These two targeted therapies can be combined for tumors with a BRAF mutation. Learn more about targeted therapy for melanoma.

The list of examples above does not include every targeted therapy.

Are there limitations to Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy (THCT)?

As with any degenerative cell treatment, targeted therapy may not be the best treatment for every person with this health condition. It may seem simple to use a drug for your specific diagnosis, but Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy (THCT) huh is complex, and it may not be the right treatment for you. It is important to know that:

* Tijani Herbal Cell Therapy (THCT) treatment will not work if the tumor does not have the specific genetic change or protein THCT targets

* Even if you have the specific genetic change or protein THCT targets, it's possible the tumor will not respond to the treatment

* The response to the treatment may not last over time

For example, the target may not be as important for the cell growth as previously thought, so the treatment does not provide much benefit. Or cells may become resistant to THCT, so the treatment may work at first but then stop working over time. If this happens, the therapist will talk with you about other treatment options.

Like many degenerative cell treatments, THCT can cause minor side effects like loose stool. These are no where near the same as chemotherapy side effects, because these two categories of treatments work differently. It is always important to talk to your doctor before starting any herbal regimen and/or supplements.


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