There are reported cases of spontaneous remission
of cancer following vaccination and a number of clinical trials in progress administering vaccines to treat cancer.
However, as reported by Hoxha, PLA2R-Ab negative patients seem to have a higher percentage of spontaneous remission
than positive patients, and the use of immunosuppressants did not alter the chance to reach remission in negative patients.
Both diseases are autoinflammatory, autosomal recessive immune disorders which are characterized by sterile inflammation and fever attacks with spontaneous remission
Many patients with pulmonary sarcoidosis will not require treatment, as spontaneous remission
Thus, among HBsAg-positive / HBeAg-negative subjects with normal liver biochemistry, it is important and sometimes difficult to distinguish the 'true inactive HBV carriers' from patients with 'active CHB' in whom phases of spontaneous remission
in CSCC is rare (Chodorowski et al.
of a solitary intraspinal synovial cyst of the lumbar spine.
Although spontaneous remission
might occur, sometimes CCF might develop life threatening complications.
was only in individuals with normal premorbid and accentuated personality; while it was not detected in psychopathic personalities.
However, in spite of the increasing clinical and immunological evidence supporting the efficacy of IT for the treatment of leishmaniasis, doubts remain because of the high rates of spontaneous remission
of leishmaniotic lesions.
Adrian Newland, professor of haematology at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, says: "In people with blood cancers we do sometimes see cases of spontaneous remission
as a result of an event in the body, when all traces of the cancer suddenly disappear.
occurs in 40% to 55% of UA patients.