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Immune Augmentation Therapy at Quantum Immunotherapy

The Immuno-Augmentative Therapy (IAT) programme is part of Quantum Immunotherapy at a new location in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

The basic objective of the Quantum Immunotherapy program is to restore optimal balance and function to the immune system so that cancer cells will be recognised and destroyed.

The IAT protocol is designed to optimise the critical immune factors. It involves daily administration of small amounts of proprietary serums to achieve optimal balance and synchrony of the immune system. This begins in the first few days at the clinic after testing is completed. Aside from minor fatigue that some patients experience when first starting IAT, there are no side effects to the therapy. IAT is non-toxic. Departing patients take a supply of IAT serums to self-administer at home along with detailed instructions.

In 1977, Lawrence Burton PhD, an American pioneer in Cancer Immunotherapy, opened the IAT Clinic in Freeport, Bahamas. Dr John Clement MD received his medical degree from St Thomas’ Hospital in London and began working with Dr Burton in 1977, after the formation of the IAT Clinic. He became its Medical Director after Dr Burton died in 1993. Sadly, Dr Clement passed away in 2018. Dr Eric Brown MD is the current Medical Director.


Dendritic Cell Therapy, Heat Shock Protein Therapy, Cytokines, Photodynamic Light Therapy, Immuno-Augmentive Therapy, Cachexia Vaccine.

Last Updated:31/03/2024
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Quantum Immunotherapy
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Dendritic Cell Therapy
This therapy involves the use of a personalised vaccine to retrain the immune system to recognise cancer cells as a threat to the body.

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Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
A photosensitising (light activated) drug is first administered to patients followed by irradiation of cancerous tissue with laser light, which converts the drug into a powerful cytotoxic (cell destroying) agent.

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