Cytoluminescent Therapy (CLT)

Cytoluminescent Therapy (CLT)

"CLT is an advanced form of photodynamic therapy, which uses light

to fight cancer. Of course, light by itself cannot kill cancer cells. However, if patients are pre-treated with a drug called a sensitizer, and are then administered light of a certain wavelength, their cancer cells will die by the millions. This is because the energy of the beam of light sets off a "bomb" within the cell. The

"bomb" in this case is singlet oxygen, a kind of free radical. This process does not harm normal cells because the sensitizing drug accumulates only in cancer

and other abnormal tissues.


The article presents information about the photodynamic therapy (PDT) for cancer. The therapy involves the use of light to treat cancer. It offers a unique solution to those suffering from cancer, mainly because it does not require hospitalization, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or immunotherapy. Also, PDT can be used routinely and repeatedly as it selectively destroys only affected cancerous cells, thus proving itself to be one of the most effective and safest forms of treatment. Since, this therapy impacts the body nominally and involves only few side-effects while killing major cancer cells, therefore, the therapy should be considered as a front-line, first choice treatment option for cancer. INSET: PDT for Age-Related Macular Degeneration..

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