immune augmentation

im·mune aug·men·ta·tion

(i-myūn awgmĕn-tāshŭn)
A form of alternative therapy intended to restore or augment the immune system, particularly in patients with cancer.
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Some of these mechanisms include immune augmentation, suppression of vascular endothelial growth factor (that facilitates tumor angiogenesis), and reduction of inflammatory markers that may facilitate cancer cell propagation.
Goal is to Evaluate Immune Augmentation and Possible Cross-Protection by TLR Ligand Ampligen([R])