CO-DI AND CANCER

 

CANCER, THE CAUSE OF LOWERING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

Cancer cells adversely affect the immune system by preventing the bone marrow from producing many healthy cells that protect the body.

In addition, cancer treatments also have a negative effect on the immune system, causing the immune system to temporarily decline. High-dose cancer treatments, both killing malignant cells, and inadvertently causing the lot of a large number of white blood cells in the bone marrow.

THE ROLE OF IMMUNE SYSTEM TO SLOW THE CANCER CELLS FROM GROWING.

A number of new anticancer treatments are being studied. It’s aimed at helping to limit the negative influence on the immune system and strengthening its function, inhibiting cancer cells; thereby supporting the treatment of this dangerous disease. Immunotherapy is suitable for certain types of cancer, even when a malignant tumor has spread, metastasized, or resisted treatment.

Improving immune system methods in cancer treatment.
– Autologous immune enhancement therapy
– Cancer immunotherapy (such as: pembrolizumab, atelizozumab,…)

 

HOW CAN CO-DI HELP CANCER TREATMENT?

Coconut, Ginger, and Lemongrass in the ingredients have the function of boosting the immune system, bringing toxins inside out, and increasing the resistance. Take CO-DI once a day or increase the dose 3 times a day to improve the immune system. You will feel better after 3 – 5 days.

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