Lets say i'm a twin.
And i get cancer. Let's imagine its something with a poor prognosis - say pancreatic ca.
i have the surgery, have the primary removed, but i already have mets.
I'm assuming that a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental precipitant have lead to this event.
That's when my twin takes a very small amount of the pancreatic ca tissue, microscopic, and injects it through an arterial line, into himself.
Does he develop antibodies? Does it have the potential to metastasize? Could any antibodies be identified and then (i know this would be a very costly and laborious process, but for the purposes of debate) injected into myself to fight off the mets?
interested in what people have to say