Cancer Immunotherapy and Trifunctional antibodies: a Ground breaking Treatment in Cancer Medicine

April 4, 2014
Hosted by Grace Gawler

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The two previous episodes of Navigating the Cancer Maze have generated a lot of interest. On last week's show, David Tuccaro Jr. talked about his awe-inspiring battle with recovering from leukemia. This led to a lot of questions on my email about bone marrow donation, leukemia and treatments. As well, many of you have asked about Trion Pharma's Trifunctional antibodies mentioned on the show 2 weeks ago. One of these antibodies is also used to treat leukemia while others in the Triomab® family of antibodies treat a wide range of cancers. Many new listeners to the show wrote that they had not heard the interview with Dr Horst Lindhoffer PhD, a creator of this innovative and exciting cancer treatment breakthrough. So today, here it is again. Cancer cells are chaotic and they operate with high level intelligence to escape detection by our immune system’s control mechanisms. The new breakthrough Immune therapies such as trifunctional antibodies capitalize on that information. Trion Pharma have developed a treatment, trifunctional Triomab® antibodies that can put the immune system back in a position of power and recognition. This treatment can also work in conjunction with other medical treatments as a value add. Visit: gracegawlermedia.com Email: institute@gracegawler.com

Navigating the Cancer Maze

Navigating the Cancer Maze

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Navigating the Cancer Maze aims to share time-proven strategies in a “Let’s talk about it” atmosphere with the aim of making the journey through cancer more easeful through knowledge. The program is solutions focused for patients at all stages of cancer. Acknowledging and dealing with fear and trauma surrounding cancer is essential for any Health Restoration Plan as is pre-planning for any setbacks that are likely to be met along the way. Although we hear a lot about cancer in the news, for many patients cancer remains a personal, silent and deeply unexpressed grief. It is important to acknowledge the reality of a cancer diagnosis, while being authentic about process and keeping possibilities open. The best outcomes are experienced when the best of conventional medicine is paired with the best of complementary supported by an empowered patient.

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Grace Gawler

Grace Gawler

For almost 4 decades Grace Gawler has been the “rock” for thousands of cancer patients who seek her guidance and strategies. Grace has also assisted those who struggle to manage adversity and uninvited changes that life challenging or life threatening illness can bring. At 21, Grace became a full-time care-giver to her boyfriend. She married him, a cancer amputee with a poor prognosis. He survived and they established a non-profit organization to support people going through the trauma of cancer and other life challenging illness. She created Australia’s first breast cancer support group and residential program which led to authoring Women of Silence: the emotional healing of breast cancer, a 1994 best seller which remains a bible for women with breast cancer. Grace has worked in Government creating a new Women’s Health Plan. She was awarded the prestigious inaugural Rotary International Jean Harris Award for Services to Women in Society. In 1997, Grace experienced not only the collapse of her marriage but was soon hospitalized. Complications from a routine surgery created a major health crisis. After 20 surgical procedures over 13 years, she faced death many times. A bionic surgical procedure in the Netherlands gave her back life and vitality. Grace has survived and thrived and is passionate about helping others to walk in the field of all possibilities and navigate the cancer maze. She has her own cancer charity and consults to Hallwang Private Oncology Clinic in Germany.

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