Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The Role of the Immune System in Homeostasis of Normal Tissues
Chapter 3. Maintenance of Tissue Homeostasis by Tissue Control System
Chapter 4. Immune System Involvement in the Regulation of Ovarian Function
Chapter 5. Ovarian Stem Cell Cultures
Chapter 6. Proposals for Ovarian Infertility Treatment
Chapter 7. Systemic Treatment of Other Functional Diseases by Tissue Rejuvenation
Chapter 8. Conclusions on Tissue Homeostasis, Including the Ovary
Chapter 9. Novel Options in Regenerative Medicine
Chapter 10. Immunological Homeostasis of Cancer
Chapter 11. Immunotherapy of Advanced Inoperable EOCS without Adverse Events
Chapter 12. Long Lasting Cancer Survival Depends on an Effective Prevention of Cancer Relapses
Keywords: Aging diseases, Cancer growth, Cancer immunotherapy, Cancer prophylaxis, Cell biology; Ovarian infertility, Ovarian neo-oogenesis, Regenerative medicine, Tissue homeostasis
Book is written for professionals dealing with the immune system role in tissue homeostasis, including ovarian function and gonadal infertility, regenerative medicine, effective immunotherapy of ovarian and other advanced cancers, and long lasting immune prophylaxis of cancer recurrences by substances supporting immune system reactivity against cancer stem cells.
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