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I'll be the one to say it ninja.gif. Their's to much money to be made by the pharmaceutical companies, with the current cancer treatments.
They will never let this "cure" see the light of day (no matter how many lives it could save, money is more powerful than
human lives). sniper.gif

Thanks for being the one to say it. There have been so many responses to the OP, and not one person has raised this conjecture. I think it's a very valid point. Forget Occam's razor.... the most likely explanation for the lack of a cancer cure is not the fact that cancer is a multitude of genetic diseases, but because of a giant conspiracy.
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The majority of the posters here do not realize the amount of Cancer cures that have been suppressed and will continue to be suppressed by Big Pharma.
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The majority of the posters here do not realize the amount of Cancer cures that have been suppressed and will continue to be suppressed by Big Pharma.
^Big Pharma doesn't give a darn about any possible cures that are out there. Not when suppressive therapy is earning them billions of $$$ ever year.
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I'll be the one to say it ninja.gif. Their's to much money to be made by the pharmaceutical companies, with the current cancer treatments.
They will never let this "cure" see the light of day (no matter how many lives it could save, money is more powerful than
human lives). sniper.gif

No one is hiding anything. Cancer is not something that can be "cured". That would mean preventing every single cell in the human body from ever becoming damaged which is physically not possible. Cell mutation is a natural part of life all we can do is try to kill those cells once they reproduce, BUT killing those cells in itself can cause cancer just by damaging more healthy cells leading to more mutations.
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I think people here have very different meanings for the word 'cure'. Just because you can't stop something from happening doesnt mean you cant cure it in that person. There is a difference between eradicating a disease so it never happens and curing a disease in a person. In this case, if these treatment (regardless of who thought of it first and regardless of it will see the light of day) can destroy the cancerous cells in a persons body then they are 'cured' by definition of the word.
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No one is hiding anything. Cancer is not something that can be "cured". That would mean preventing every single cell in the human body from ever becoming damaged which is physically not possible. Cell mutation is a natural part of life all we can do is try to kill those cells once they reproduce, BUT killing those cells in itself can cause cancer just by damaging more healthy cells leading to more mutations.

Well the definition of a "cure" is " To Relieve (a person or animal) of the symptoms of a disease or condition". so simply removing the cancer (ie tumors) and preventing early death is a cure. It may not be permanent as this is a newer topic amongst the medical world. And the article and video clearly state that the infrared laser will kill the cancer cells, while leaving the healthy cells unharmed. Thats why they are using this technology. to target the "mass" in which the cancer is taking over. If you eliminate the mass then you eliminate cancer..... if only it were that easy. I feel that the people who put this thread down have not had experience with cancer in family or friends.

one word: Empathy
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Well the definition of a "cure" is " To Relieve (a person or animal) of the symptoms of a disease or condition". so simply removing the cancer (ie tumors) and preventing early death is a cure. It may not be permanent as this is a newer topic amongst the medical world. And the article and video clearly state that the infrared laser will kill the cancer cells, while leaving the healthy cells unharmed. Thats why they are using this technology. to target the "mass" in which the cancer is taking over. If you eliminate the mass then you eliminate cancer..... if only it were that easy. I feel that the people who put this thread down have not had experience with cancer in family or friends.
one word: Empathy

Im in no way putting it down i think anything that lets you have a chance to live longer is worth every penny of research.
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So did she actually develop the drug, or the delivery system for the drug?
    
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So did she actually develop the drug, or the delivery system for the drug?

She successfully developed the polymer that surrounds the medicine. And she was able to bond that polymer to a nanoparticle, then to the tumors on the mice. But you have to realize that these tests were done on animals that were already completely diagnosed with a certain type of cancer. Not sure which cancer it was though. I can't wait for more of this to surface and develop
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So did she actually develop the drug, or the delivery system for the drug?

Well, she found the method in which to deliver the drug from prior research. Seems like instead of using gold in these particles to hook to tumors and "zapping" with IR light, she hooked up the particles to medicine which releases into the tumor when zapped. Soo... she didn't exactly do the heavy lifting, more like improved on very similar prior research. By now I'm sure the gold nanoparticle news is lost in 20 pages of tinfoil hat guys arguing vegan vs. vegetarian.. but it's somewhere near the start lol.
 
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