Using a Polimer and Infra Red Ray, HS Student May Have Discovered Cure for Cancer!


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California High School Student Develops Cure for Cancer in Spare Time

John on January 22, 2012 at 10:03 am

The amazing part isn’t that she tried but that she seems to have succeeded, at least in mice:

This is a great American story and also, obviously, a great statement about the value of legal immigration. We’re lucky to have Angela and she’s equally lucky to have this country. Talk about a win-win situation.

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She won a $100,000 first prize check from the National Science Fair.

She is working on her theory at Stanford University. Her application has worked on tumors in rats.

Fascinating application. Affixing a polymer to the anti-cancer drug allows tracking to the tumor. Then an infra red beam is dispatched to the location which melts the polymer and releases the anti-cancer drug which kills the cancerous cells and leaves the surrounding healthy cell system untouched!

Remarkable.

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California High School Student Develops Cure for Cancer in Spare Time

John on January 22, 2012 at 10:03 am

The amazing part isn’t that she tried but that she seems to have succeeded, at least in mice:

This is a great American story and also, obviously, a great statement about the value of legal immigration. We’re lucky to have Angela and she’s equally lucky to have this country. Talk about a win-win situation.

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She won a $100,000 first prize check from the National Science Fair.

She is working on her theory at Stanford University. Her application has worked on tumors in rats.

Fascinating application. Affixing a polymer to the anti-cancer drug allows tracking to the tumor. Then an infra red beam is dispatched to the location which melts the polymer and releases the anti-cancer drug which kills the cancerous cells and leaves the surrounding healthy cell system untouched!

Remarkable.

Interesting. Any word on clinical trials? One does not beat the victory drums until the clinical trials show

1. The treatment is effective

2. The treatment is not more dangerous to the patient than the disease.

Ba'al Chatzaf

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California High School Student Develops Cure for Cancer in Spare Time

John on January 22, 2012 at 10:03 am

The amazing part isn’t that she tried but that she seems to have succeeded, at least in mice:

This is a great American story and also, obviously, a great statement about the value of legal immigration. We’re lucky to have Angela and she’s equally lucky to have this country. Talk about a win-win situation.

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She won a $100,000 first prize check from the National Science Fair.

She is working on her theory at Stanford University. Her application has worked on tumors in rats.

Fascinating application. Affixing a polymer to the anti-cancer drug allows tracking to the tumor. Then an infra red beam is dispatched to the location which melts the polymer and releases the anti-cancer drug which kills the cancerous cells and leaves the surrounding healthy cell system untouched!

Remarkable.

Interesting. Any word on clinical trials? One does not beat the victory drums until the clinical trials show

1. The treatment is effective

2. The treatment is not more dangerous to the patient than the disease.

Ba'al Chatzaf

According to the video, the treatment was successful with mice. All I know at this point is in that video.

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According to the video, the treatment was successful with mice. All I know at this point is in that video.

Nothing counts until human trails.

Ba'al Chatzaf

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According to the video, the treatment was successful with mice. All I know at this point is in that video.

Nothing counts until human trails.

Ba'al Chatzaf

I would say that nothing of value to the human treatment of the disease matters until human trials. You may want to correct your "happy trails" spelling...lol.

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According to the video, the treatment was successful with mice. All I know at this point is in that video.

Nothing counts until human trails.

Ba'al Chatzaf

I would say that nothing of value to the human treatment of the disease matters until human trials. You may want to correct your "happy trails" spelling...lol.

Nothing counts until human trials. The mice are not paying customers.

Ba'al Chatzaf

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Thanks for reporting this here. Reminds me of Greene's work in the 70's at the famous psychoanalytic treatment center at Topeka Kansas, where through meditation by a yogi, the yogi was able to isolate tumors, deprive them of the nourishment they required, and dissolve them. Chinese adepts practice all kinds of things like this. Of course this one is western medicine in action, very powerful and a very lucrative way. But it will not change the person internally so that the person can feel illness and change their predisposition for it. all of which requires a full focussed energy.

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