Thursday Sept 2, 2021 (jkzx.com, jakezex.com, healthabc.com) — Franziska M. Uhl from University of Freiburg in Freiburg, Germany and colleagues published a study report in Science Translational Medicine to suggest that drinking baking soda may help patients with acute myeloid leukemia who received a transplanted T cells.
Transplanted T cells are intended to help patients with acute myeloid leukemia. This therapy, according to the report authors, does not always work.
Uhl et al. studied patients with acute myeloid leukemia who received hematopoietic stem cell transplant, but this leukemia relapsed, and found that T cell activity was negatively impacted by lactic acid produced by leukemic cells.
The authors suggested that sodium bicarbonate (commonly known as baking soda) can be used to neutralize the detrimental effect of lactic acid and improve T cells’ anticancer activity in patients with acute myeloid leukemia. (Dr. Lu)
德國弗萊堡弗萊堡大學的 Franziska M. Uhl 及其同事在 Science Translational Medicine 上發表了一份研究報告，表明飲用小蘇打可能有助於接受移植 T 細胞的急性髓系白血病患者。
移植的 T 細胞旨在幫助白血病患者。 據報告作者稱，這種療法並不總是有效。
烏爾等人。 研究了接受造血幹細胞移植但白血病復發的急性髓系白血病患者，發現白血病細胞產生的乳酸對 T 細胞活性產生負面影響。
作者建議碳酸氫鈉（俗稱小蘇打）可用於中和乳酸的有害作用，提高白血病患者 T 細胞的抗癌活性。 (陸博士)