Skip to comments.Calif. HS student devises possible cancer cure
Posted on 01/22/2012 2:05:09 PM PST by Nachum
The amazing part isnt 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. Were lucky to have Angela and shes equally lucky to have this country. Talk about a win-win situation.
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I stand amazed........!
I pray this leads to something more, I lost both parents to cancer. Color me naive, or more likely cynical that a cure hasn’t been already found, because a cure could result in billions of lost dollars to many institutions and scientists.
SeeBS Sunday Morning did a nice job with her interview.
I lost one parent to it and am fighting it now myself. Congratulations to this young lady for her work. I’m always cynical, however, about any “cure for cancer”. There have been so many promising studies over the years, and medical advances have helped, but nothing ever turns out to be a cure.
May the Lord bless you and heal you.
My brother was just diagnosed with a bad form of Leukemia.
Many blessings to you, too. I’m doing fine now. Just hoping and praying it never comes back. Thank you!
Saying a prayer for your brother. There have been many advances in treatment, indeed. A relative of mine has been fighting leukemia with a very effective pill for years.
Thought it was a credible story until I clicked on it and there was a huge Ron Paul 2012 ad!!!
Just teasing the Paulists here!
If I was her, I would say, “Hey Chucky, while you were making a lemon clock at the science fair, I WAS CURING CANCER!!!”
You are now on my prayer list. May the Good Lord help you heal and may you have a long and happy life.
I lost one parent to it and am fighting it now myself. Congratulations to this young lady for her work. Im always cynical, however, about any cure for cancer. There have been so many promising studies over the years, and medical advances have helped, but nothing ever turns out to be a cure.
A friend of mine had a dream that cancer is a spiritual problem, which manifests as a physical one.
Translation: If you are a Christian, and you know of people who do deliverances a.k.a. exorcisms, go see them. If you don’t know of anyone in your area, I will strive to help you via FReepmail.
Personally had 1-3 kicked out of me, and I am a different person emotionally. A friend of mine’s dad (atheist) had “stage 4”, and we did a deliverance/exorcism from 2000 miles away, and he lives today.
I’m not an expert, and I hope you can find one, but I am happy to do my best.
[Saying a prayer for your brother]
Thank you, and you shall remain in mine.
I have a friend who is a toxicologist and pharmacologist at the James Brown Cancer Center in Louisville. She has been working with a team trying to find a cure for melanoma for the past eight years. They started out with over two thousand test drugs and are now down to five. The most promising is made from the bark of a Brazilian tree, but it still has to clear all of the FDA hurdles before it can be made available to the public.
[but it still has to clear all of the FDA hurdles before it can be made available to the public.]
I wish them success. Government restricts and delays a lot of promising ‘cures’. I can understand it to protect people but also know that many who are seriously ill would take the chance on a possible cure.
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