ANK Cancer Immunotherapy
For any cancer stage, without hospitalization
ANK Cancer Immunotherapy
For any cancer stage, without hospitalization

Message from the Clinic Director

After knowing the limits of anti-cancer therapy through my experience in treating cancer patients, I founded my own clinic and pursued a better way to treat cancer patients. Many of the cancer patients I tended to when I was working in a hospital ended up being treated unsuccessfully and had no choice but to enter the cycle of looking for other hospitals or end up in hospices. Patients came one after another and we had no choice but to discharge the hospitalized patients after treating them to a certain extent.

After studying available cancer treatments, I decided to provide ANK (Amplified Natural Killer) therapy. Other immunotherapies had many aspects that did not make sense to me. For instance, I was interested in the idea of a cancer vaccine that presents cancer antigen information to the immune system. However, since cancer is known to disable the immune system, this idea did not make sense in the end. In ANK therapy’s case, I was honestly convinced beyond any doubt. Since activating the NK cells, that are born to kill cancers, will naturally release their ability to attack the cancer cells and neoplasm stem cells, I believe the NK cell amplifying ANK therapy is the most rational.

ANK therapy requires no hospitalization and can be received at a clinic. Also, if received in an early stage, it may suppress the cancer and could possibly extend one’s healthy lifespan or even eliminate the cancer. Unlike anti-cancer therapy, ANK therapy uses the patient’s own immune cells, natural killer cells, to suppress cancer which makes it harmless to healthy cells and even potentially makes the patient healthier and stronger after receiving the treatment. Patients who cannot find any remaining treatment options at their terminal stage are also able to receive ANK therapy. In other words, our clinic has even been treating patients in severe conditions.

ANK therapy can be received simultaneously with other standard cancer treatments without interrupting any of them by simply adjusting the timing of ANK therapy. Immune systems damaged by anti-cancer therapy or radiation therapy may also be reinforced by ANK therapy. However, no treatment can cure cancer magically, and therefore, to extract the best outcome, receiving ANK therapy early or at the right timing is very important. NK cell culture, needed for this therapy, is better done in earlier stages when the patient’s NK cells are healthier and more in numbers, since factors such as cancer cells, anti-cancer therapy, radiation therapy will damage NK cells. Since cultured cells can be cryopreserved, ANK therapy could be effective when cultured NK cells are thawed and returned to the patient’s body after cancer cells are reduced or damaged after surgery, radiation therapy, anti-cancer therapy, or other therapies that remove large tumors, reduce the momentum of cancer cells, or reduce cancer cells.

It is recommended that cancer patients seek consultation at ANK-performing clinic as early as possible before the lymphocytes in the patient’s body are damaged. Even if you have already started anti-cancer therapy, or if you are told that anti-cancer therapy will not be effective in your condition, please allow time to seek consultation for possible treatment at our clinic. Discussion about the treatment requires some time, so please make an appointment beforehand.

Types of cancers treated at our clinic:
Lung Cancer, Gastric Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Breast Cancer, Pharyngeal Cancer, Thyroid Cancer, Esophageal Cancer, Hepatoma, Cholangiocarcinoma, Gallbladder Cancer, Peritoneal Cancer, Gastrointestinal Stroma Tumor, Appendiceal Cancer, Small Intestine Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Sigmoid Colon Cancer, Rectal Cancer, Ureteral Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Uterine Cancer, Undifferentiated Sarcoma, Malignant Lymphoma, Malignant Mesothelioma, Diffuse B Cell Lymphoma, Perineum Rhabdomyosarcoma, and Carcinoma of unknown primary.


Mitaka Healthcare Clinic
Dr.Takashi Fukushima, Clinic Director

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