What can live at 40° below zero? Cryoablation is a process where small probes are placed directly into the tumor using imaging guidance. Argon gas, which is lethal to cancer, is administered through the probes, super freezing the tumor and destroying the cancer cells.
Cryoablation is an outpatient procedure which is life-saving. The other benefit is it is repeatable.
Eight to ten minutes after Cryoablation, when the tumor is thawing to a slushy state, Immunotheraphy is administered.