Immunotherapy and Transplantation

Immunotherapy is one of the preventive treatment method employed against allergy and other immune disorders like asthmarhinitiscancer etc. Immunotherapy used to treat cancer is cancer immunotherapy, to treat allergy is allergy immunotherapy, to treat allergic asthma is Asthma allergy immunotherapy, to treat food allergy is food allergy immunotherapy,  to treat peanut allergy is peanut allergy immunotherapy. It can be activated, suppressed, helminthic, subcutaneous, sublingual and adjuvant immunotherapy.

The engraftment or transfer of cells, tissues or organs for the revival of body functions is transplantation and the process involves several types like Allograft, Xenograft etc. Several ethics and regulations are concerned with the process and as the number of allergy cases has increased after the transplant (Transplant-acquired allergy: TAA) the process is debated and researched for better solutions and reduced/nil allergic and immune reactions. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) has been used for treatment of severe immune diseases. Transplant surgery success rate is not a huge number with transplant complications and posttranplantation care but it still counts as an effort for the treatment of allergy and immune disorders.

  • Immunotherapy types (Activation, Suppression, Helminthic and Sublingual)
  • Subcutaneous immunotherapy (Allergy shots)
  • Subcutaneous immunotherapy (Allergy shots)
  • Allergen immunotherapy (Desensitization)
  • Stem cells based immunotherapy
  • Tumor immunotherapy
  • Transplant-acquired allergy (TAA)
  • Autograft, Allograft, Xenograft and Isograft
  • Synthetic/ Metal implants
  • Transplant rejection and treatment
  • Laws and Regulation
  • Risks associated with transplant

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