16 mei 2017: Ik heb dit artikel uit 2003 en 2010 (!!!!!) eens naar voren gehaald omdat de resultaten van dendritische celtherapie met het Newcastle Disease virus bij mensen met vormen van darmkanker bijzonder aansprekend zijn:

Zo gaf de overleving van patienten die operabel waren deze verschillen te zien:

De 5, 6, 7 jaars overleving waren respectievelijk 66.51%, 60.52%. 56.50% voor de patienten uit de groep die na een operatie immuuntherapie kreeg met dendritiche celtherapie en NDV virus tegenover 45.57%, 44.76% en 43.42% respectievelijk in de grope die na operatie chemo en/of bestraling kreeg. De overleving steeg met de immuuntherapie met 20.94%, 15.76% en 13.08% respectievelijk op 5, 6 en 7 jaar. .

Table 5

Comparison of median survival period, mean survival period of resected colorectal cancer patients of vaccina-tion group and controlled group

Treatment method n Median survival period (year) Mean survival period (year)
Resection plus vaccination group 310 > 7a 5.13 ± 0.60b
Resection alone group 257 4.46 4.15 ± 0.60
bP < 0.01 vs resection alone group.

Hieronder de grafiek hoe de overleving per jaar verloopt:

Table 3

Comparison of yearly survival rates of resected colorectal cancer patients in vaccination group and controll group

Year n aYearly survival rates (% ± s-x)
0 1 2 3 4 5
Vaccination group 310 97.05 ± 0.97 84.35 ± 2.10 76.42 ± 3.23 71.12 ± 3.43 66.51 ± 3.84 60.52 ± 4.57
Controll group 257 93.16 ± 1.60 74.83 ± 2.51 62.50 ± 2.06 50.58 ± 1.99 45.57 ± 1.32 44.76 ± 0.81

aLife table χ2 test P < 0.005 of the two groups.

Het volledige studieverslag: Application of autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV vaccine in treatment of tumors of digestive traet is gratis in te zien inmiddels. Onderaan het abstract en referentielijst.

Update 23 januari 2010: bron: Pubmed

Chinese onderzoekers hebben in een gerandomiseerde studie bij kankerpatiënten met spijsverteringskanker bewezen dat een aanpak na operatie met dendritische cellen en het Newcastle virus significant langere overlevingstijd kan worden bereikt. Dit abstract werd in 2003 gepubliceerd. Hier kunt u het volledige studierapport lezen inclusief grafieken enz.
We hebben het abstract nu januari 2010 voor u vertaald met hulp van google:

Toepassing van autologe tumorcellen (dendritische cellen) en NDV - Newcastle Disease Virus vaccin in de behandeling van tumoren van het spijsverteringskanaal.


Liang W, Wang H, Sun TM, Yao WQ, Chen LL, Jin Y, Li CL, Meng FJ. Liaoning Provinciale Tumor Research Institute, 44 xiaoheYan Road, Dadong District, Shenyang 110042, Liaoning Province, China.

Doel: patiënten met spijsverteringskanker stadium I-IV, met kwaadaardige tumoren in het maagdarmkanaal werden met behulp van een vaccin van autologe tumorcellen (dendritische cellen) en het NDV (Newcastle disease virus) behandeld, en gevolgd en beoordeeld op ziektevrije tijd en een genezende werking.

 METHODES: 335 patiënten met maligne tumoren van het maagdarmkanaal werden behandeld met een vaccin van autologe tumorcellen (dendritische celtherapie) en het NDV vaccin. Het autologe tumorcellen vaccin werd ingezet voor ziektevrije tijd en overall overleving op lange termijn. Hoewel vers autoloog tumor weefsel niet verkrijgbaar was werd het autologe vaccin gegeven samen met het NDV vaccin voor korte termijn effect op curatieve werking.

RESULTATEN: De darmkanker patiënten behandeld met het autologe tumorcel vaccin - dendritische cellen en werden verdeeld in twee groepen: de controle groep (onderworpen aan resectie - operatie alleen) (n = 257), een vaccin groep (onderworpen aan zowel de resectie en immunotherapie) (n = 310). 25 patiënten behandeld met immunotherapie plus NDV waren allemaal in fase IV stadium zonder resectie - operatie. In postoperatieve adjuvante therapie bij patiënten, was de 5, 6 en 7-jaars overleving respectievelijk 66,51%, 60,52% en 56,50%. Bij controlegroep van patiënten met alleen operatie, was de 5,6 en 7 -jaars overleving slechts 45,57%, 44,76% en 43,42% respectievelijk. De mediane ziektevrije periode was 5,13 jaar (resectie alleen groep 4,15 jaar), de mediane overleving periode was meer dan 7 jaar (voor groep met alleen resectie 4,46 jaar). Er waren significante verschillen tussen de twee groepen. Bij de patiënten die werden behandeld met resectie plus vaccin werden vertraagd-type overgevoeligheid (DTH) reacties gemeten na vaccinatie, (induratieve reikwijdte> 5 mm). De grootte van DTH was gerelateerd aan de prognose. De 5-jaarsoverleving was 80% voor degenen met indurations groter dan 5 mm, vergeleken met 30% voor degenen met indurations minder dan 5 mm. De 1-jaarsoverleving was 96% voor 25 patiënten behandeld met immunotherapie NDV. De totale effectieve cijfers (CR + PR) was 24,00% in NDV immunotherapie; complete remissie (CR) in 1 geval (4,00%), partiële remissie (PR) in 5 gevallen (20,00%), stabiele ziekte in 16 gevallen (64,00%) , progressie (PD) in 1 geval (4,00%). Na NDV vaccin immunotherapie was het aantal natuurlijke NK-cellen verhoogd en immuunfunctie sterk verbeterd.

CONCLUSIE: De autologe tumorcellen (dendritische cellen) en het NDV - New Castle Disease Virus kan het leven van darmkankerpatienten verlengen. Het NDV vaccin is met name effectief voor de korte termijn met de bevordering van de kwaliteit van leven en kan gebruikt worden indien nodig met goede vooruitzichten.

PMID: 12632504 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE].

The autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV vaccine can prolong the patients’ life. NDV vaccine is notably effective for short-term with promotion of quality of life and can be used whenever necessary with good prospects.

Source:

World J Gastroenterol. 2003 Mar 15; 9(3): 495–498.
Published online 2003 Mar 15. doi:  10.3748/wjg.v9.i3.495

Application of autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV vaccine in treatment of tumors of digestive tract.
Liang W, Wang H, Sun TM, Yao WQ, Chen LL, Jin Y, Li CL, Meng FJ. Liaoning Provincal Tumor Research Institute, 44 xiaoheYan Road, Dadong District, Shenyang 110042, Liaoning Province, China.

AIM: To treat patients with stage I-IV malignant tumors of digestive tract using autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV (Newcastle disease virus) vaccine, and observe the survival period and curative effect.
,br> METHODS: 335 patients with malignant tumors of digestive tract were treated with autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV vaccine. The autologous tumor cell vaccine received were assigned for long-term survival observation. While these failed to obtain the autologous tumor tissue were given with NDV vaccine for a received short-term observation on curative effect.

RESULTS: The colorectal cancer patients treated with autologous tumor cell vaccine were divided into two groups: the controlled group (subjected to resection alone) (n=257), the vaccine group (subjected to both resection and immunotherapy) (n=310). 25 patients treated with NDV immunotherapy were all at stage IV without having resection. In postoperation adjuvant therapy patients, the 5, 6 and 7-year survival rates were 66.51 %, 60.52 %, 56.50 % respectively; whereas in patients with resection alone, only 45.57 %, 44.76 % and 43.42 % respectively. The average survival period was 5.13 years (resection alone group 4.15 years), the median survival period was over 7 years (resection alone group 4.46 years). There were significant differences between the two groups. The patients treated with resection plus vaccine were measured delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH) reactions after vaccination, (indurative scope >5 mm). The magnitude of DTH was related to the prognosis. The 5-year survival rate was 80 % for those with indurations greater than 5 mm, compared with 30 % for those with indurations less than 5 mm. The 1-year survival rate was 96 % for 25 patients treated with NDV immunotherapy. The total effective rate (CR+PR) was 24.00 % in NDV immunotherapy; complete remission (CR) in 1 case (4.00 %), partial remission (PR) in 5 cases (20.00 %), stabilizedin in 16 cases (64.00 %), progression (PD) in 1 case (4.00 %). After NDV vaccine immunotherapy, the number of NK cell increased and immune function imporved obviously.

CONCLUSION: The autologous tumor cell vaccine and NDV vaccine can prolong the patients' life. NDV vaccine is notably effective for short-term with promotion of quality of life and can be used whenever necessary with good prospects.

PMID: 12632504 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] .

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