The Future of Medicine - Photodynamic Therapy and Nano-medicine
Join us for this online radio broadcast (Podcast) With Dr. Michael Karlfeldt as we discuss The Future of Medicine – Photodynamic Therapy and Nano-medicine. 12 PM – 2 PM Pacific Call in number 310-861-2349
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Learn About: Chronic disease management (Cancer, chronic infections, autoimmune, neurological) using a targeted nutritional delivery system, laser therapy, repurposed drugs, peptides and nutraceuticals.
Topics to be discussed:
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is one of the most interesting and promising approaches for the treatment of various cancers and illnesses. Non-toxic dyes known as photosensitizers are administered systemically, locally or intravenously, and accumulate in the tumor or other lesions. Intravenous and interstitial illumination with visible or infra-red laser light excites the sensitizer, which in the presence of oxygen, produces reactive oxygen species that mediate cytotoxic effects. Undesirable cells such as infectious microbial cells or malignant cancer cells can be selectively killed by this approach.
Intravenous PDT brings light directly to the bloodstream through optic fibers inserted through a catheter in a vein. The blood is exposed to different colors, wavelengths, of laser light. This process, called blood irradiation, heightens the body’s immune response to kill infections, circulating tumor cells and tumor stem cells.
Nanomedicine, an offshoot of nanotechnology, refers to highly specific medical intervention at the molecular scale for curing disease. Nanomedicine technology inspired by platelet-derived microparticles (PMPs). These membrane fragments, PMPs, shed from activated platelets. This type of delivery system’s advantages are that there are no detrimental side effects, and the practitioners can use a hyper-targeting system to get the drugs, peptides and nutraceuticals exactly where they are needed.
Practitioners could also utilize this type of technology to accelerate regenerative therapies, such as those for the bone, vascular, heart, cartilage, bladder, and brain tissue that aims to restore, maintain or enhance tissues and hence organ functions.
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