Healthy people without disease grow about 5,000 cancer cells a day.
However, the immune cells in which NK cells are centered kill these cancer cells, and they don't get cancer.
Prevent the recurrence and transmission of cancer.
NK cells exist in the blood. Because it affects the whole body through circulating blood, it is effective for progressive cancer with a transfer in several areas and kills completely unremoved cancer cells to prevent recurrence or metastasis.
T cells attack cancer cells by recognizing the signals they send. Once attacked by T cells, cancer cells become resistant to T cells and do not send signals
to T cells to avoid them.
However, NK cells can attack without the signal from the cancer cells, effectively eliminating the cancer cells that T cells miss.
NK cells not only kill cancer cells, but they also secrete cytokine, which controls the entire immune system.
It reduces cancer, as well as autoimmune diseases and allergic reactions.
It suppresses infections such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites, and in normal people it is anti-aging.