Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. No one should believe this will "cure cancer".
1. Cancer is a symptom caused by a large and unrelated host of causes, from viral infections, genetics, radiation, even diet and exercise and all manner of other causes. Thus there will likely never be one catch all "cure".
2. There is no peer review of the methods used in the article. Until peer review happens (and it would if the claims are even close to being legitimate) under a controlled replication of the procedure documented it stands as merely an unverified claim.
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