Eva Ramon says Gallagus has achieved 100% elimination of HPV and has focused on the cervix of 29 women in Mexico through photodynamic therapy.
In the aminolevulinic delta acid process is applied to the cervix for 4 hours, after which it became the fluorescent chemical protoporphyrin IX which accumulates in damage cells allowing them to be disposed with a special laser beam; In addition to elimination of photodynamic HPV treatment also eliminates premalignant lesion of cervical cancer at very early stages, which was demonstrated in the pilot study.
The National School of Biological Sciences at the National Polytechnic Institute reports that women were treated with noninvasive photodynamic therapy, which could be an effective method for preventing neoplasia, the second leading cause of death among Mexican women.
The researchers studied the effects of photodynamic therapy on different tumors over two decades, saying that in the clinical phase 420 patients were treated with the treatment plus 29 in Mexico City who contracted HPV and / or prealignant cervical cancer; Treatment was performed in two different programs of treatment applications.
In the first stage of treatment, the treatment was administered three times in a 48-hour interval at a time and during radiation according to each case and type of injury; Studies and diagnostic studies have been repeated. In those who had only HPV virus was eliminated by 85%; Those with HPV with lesions were 85% effective; Those with lesion without HPV had an efficiency of 42%.
In Mexico City women had a double concentration of delta aminolevulinic acid, and the treatment was performed twice with a 48-hour interval; Then they would return and diagnostic research. HPV was 100% eliminated in those who carried the virus without injury; Those with HPV and elimination lesions were 64.3%; And those with HPV-ineffective lesions were 57.2%.
Photodynamic therapy was removed only from damaged cells without affecting healthy structures, and was reported to be safe and without side effects; Meaning it has a great promise to reduce the mortality rate from cervical cancer.