Category Archives: Gamma-Delta T-Cells

Week in Duderstadt

Another week of intensive immuno therapies and intense local hyperthermia treatments is over. The weather in Duderstadt was great and I feel better than ever, even though Prof. Vogl’s latest radiology report makes for some grim reading. I may not … Continue reading

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Gamma Delta T Cells

Gamma Delta T cells are one of the most potent of all the Leukocytes, but they only make up a very small percentage of the white blood cell population. Gamma Delta cells are much more primitive than other white cells, … Continue reading

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Coffee in Duderstadt

I arrived in Duderstadt today to begin dendritic cell immunotherapy. I drove 5 hours from Prague and just made it in time for the initial meeting with Dr. Nesselhut and to have some initial blood tests done in preparation for … Continue reading

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