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First Immune GcMAF destroying cancer cells during an activity test

Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by Trevor Banks, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. Trevor Banks

    Trevor Banks

    Human MCF7 breast cancer cells are shown both in a corrugated layer on the surface below, and as irregular "fingers" above.

    Time lapse photography over 60 hours shows the monolayer below first changing from corrugated to smooth from the bottom left; then the cancer "fingers" are eaten and destroyed by the macrophages.

    The photography and experiments, which are part of the assays performed on each batch of our GcMAF, were carried out in First Immune laboratories, and confirm the paper "Effects of vitamin D-binding protein-derived macrophage-activating factor on human breast cancer cells, published by Professors Ruggiero and Pacini in January 2012, in which they kindly used our First Immune GcMAF for their experiments.

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