Nutrients that enhance immune surveillance
may stimulate growth and proliferation of tumor-detecting lymphocytes, promote a vigorous attack on tumor cells by so-called "natural killer cells," and/or stimulate antibody production, which aids in immobilization and destruction of malignant cells.
When these normal activities of immune surveillance
do not adequately control the emergence of neoplastic events--a cancer emerges.
Iron also modulates immune effector mechanisms, such as cytokine activities like interferon gamma (IFN-[gamma]) effector pathways towards macrophages, nitric oxide (NO) formation or immune cell proliferation, and thus host immune surveillance
NK cells normally play a central role in immune surveillance
against the metastatic spread of cancer.
d) Increase immune surveillance
with protein, vitamins, minerals, EFAs, carotenoids, flavonoids, garlic, shiitake, probiotics, herbs.
Due to the severe clinical manifestations found in XLP patients, intense efforts had recently focused on elucidating the signaling mechanism used by SAP to regulate in cells involved in immune surveillance
Topical immunosuppressants may trigger malignancies by "breaking local immune surveillance
resulting in skin cancers.
We speculate that the well-known phenomenon of UV-mediated suppression of immune surveillance
can be causally related to this unusual increase in active HPV infection.
Regular release of prostatic fluid may also enhance immune surveillance
of tumor cells.
Hiding the host cell receptor attachment site on a viral surface from immune surveillance
We will be looking for evidence that a resulting improved immune surveillance
Unfortunately, many cancers develop ways to evade immune surveillance
Further provided are therapeutic methods for treating disease states including, but not limited to, chronic pain syndromes, congenital pain insensitivity, inflammation, ischemia, host defense dysfunction, immune surveillance
dysfunction, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, autoimmunity, immune dysfunction, and allergy.
However, we are unable to define whether this loss of immunological cells in colorectal cancer is a dysfunction of immune surveillance
or an effort of tumor counterattack, as pathways leading to the change of apoptotic molecules or iNOS in infiltrating mononuclear cells are still unknown.