A spokesperson for the PLANETS charity that funded the study warned: “[D]espite was included in the options available last year by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), which currently does not have an NHS authorized service. ”
Meanwhile, PLANETS co-founder Dr Stedman added: “When we first tested this treatment in two patients in 2012, I said that this development would be a momentous moment. important in cancer care and it has indeed been shown to be, with these results.
“This treatment allows us to cut an organ from the body for 60 minutes, soak it in a high dose of medicine and then filter the blood almost completely before putting me back in, and it was much needed. .
“The outlook for patients particularly with cancer that has spread to the liver is poor.”
Source: | This article first appeared on Express.co.uk