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Massive dose of measles vaccine clears woman's cancer

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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:11 PM
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Massive dose of measles vaccine clears woman's cancer

Now this one here was really interesting.
They used the measles vaccine to wipe out this womans cancer.
I don't know what the side effects could be. But it's got to be better than chemo.

what does everyone think about this one?


ROCHESTER, Minn. - Mayo Clinic researchers announced a landmark study where a massive dose of the measles vaccine, enough to inoculate 10 million people, wiped out a Minnesota woman's incurable blood cancer.

The Mayo Clinic conducted the clinical trial last year using virotherapy. The method discovered the measles virus wiped out multiple myeloma cancer calls. Researchers engineered the measles virus (MV-NIS) in a single intravenous dose, making it selectively toxic to cancer cells.

Stacy Erholtz, 49, of Pequot Lakes, was one of two patients in the study who received the dose last year, and after 10 years with multiple myeloma has been clear of the disease for over six months.

"My mindset was I didn't have any other options available, so why wouldn't I do it? I had to have failed all conventional treatment to do that trial. That actually happened last March," Erholtz told KARE. "It was the easiest treatment by far with very few side effects. I hope it's the future of treating cancer infusion."

Steven Russell, a Mayo Clinic hematologist, spearheaded the study and said the concept was previously tested in mice, but never in humans.

"It's a huge milestone in that regard," said Russell. "We have known for some time viruses act like a vaccine. If you inject a virus into a tumor you can provoke the immune system to destroy that cancer and other cancers. This is different, it puts the virus into bloodstream, it infects and destroys the cancer, debulks it, and then the immune system can come and mop up the residue."




posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:13 PM
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Hmmm...wonder if this is going to be tried on HIV/AIDS patients. Seems the same principal would apply as it does to blood cancer. Very interesting article and find...



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: grey580

I am thinking... if this worked for her; it may work for others. I am just hoping and praying that it does.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:32 PM
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S&F

I read about this a little while ago, I was waiting to see if there would be any side effects. The excretions of some viruses kill cancer, as does the virus itself. Other viruses cause cancer, some of those are found in our food supply.

I hope this works out in the end for the woman. I am sure there were some side effects, there are often even side effects to natural chemistry when used to combat cancer. That is a stubborn cancer too. I wonder what types of cancer this will kill?



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:48 PM
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Pretty interesting....



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:50 PM
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If this is true that is fantastic!



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:55 PM
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TPTB won't allow an easy life, or a long one for that matter. The human population is already over populated and the life expectancy is on the rise.

There has been many cures for many diseases including cancer and HIV/STD s, etc. But Its not gonna happen anytime soon.

Maybe after a great purge, will the few survivors be given special treatment as to allow the re-reproduction of the human race.And that will be further controlled and maintained.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 02:39 PM
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a reply to: grey580

Amazing story. I saw an interview with the woman this morning on tv. She says she is now 6 months cancer free. Cancer Free.

She was only given this last ditch effort experimental treatment due to her being terminal with no hope of getting better.

On the interview, it was stated, they are now going into expanded limited treatment to see if it works with other terminal patients. Patients with other types of cancer than the blood cancer this woman had.

I hope there are equally positive results in others. I bet if this were available to Steve Jobs, he would have jumped at the chance to give it a try.

Now, I'm off to google what the measles vaccine is made from. My daughter has adult MS, I'd love to see if this is being looked at to treat other forms of incurable deceases.

Des



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 03:21 PM
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This how the Krippen Virus is started? Remarked as a Cure for Cancer...In 2009, Dr. Alice Krippin develops a cure for cancer from a genetically-engineered variant of the WAIT FOR IT.........................................measles virus. The Krippen Virus decimates 90% of the population.

If I remember correctly it was speculated it came out just prior to Batman vs. Superman movie was going to come out for the holiday season of 2010 as seen in the movie I AM LEGEND


Which was silly cause the B vs. S movie was never going to get made!
...oh wait...Maybe they were only 5 years off?

Of course the Pentagon just released they are ready for a ZombiePocolypse

I will keep my EYE on this story for while...



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:14 PM
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Before I make a point about this as a "treatment" I have to observe this. This headline will generate so much "oh, isn't that wonderful, finally a cure" when someone who has cured themselves of cancer by anything other then a Big Pharma product is a nut job. Jabbing this women with this is seen as a great breakthrough, heralding in a new age for cancer treatment, even if she is nothing more then an lab rat. By Mr. Johnson curing his cancer with a diet change is seen as a whack job and his actions have no merit.

On the jab. 6 Months!!!!!!!! She has been "cancer free" for only six months and this is news worthy? Call me in more then five years.

People will totally ignore the fact that this woman has been receiving some conventional treatment or another for 10 years with no success! Now, consider this; if I had a plumber that took 10 years to fix my pipes I think I'd be consider the dumbest person on the planet, but for some reason ten years of cancer treatment failure, failure, is seen as something other then abject, shameful failure when it comes to medical treatment for an ailment?

The standard treatments for cancers using toxic chemicals, chemicals that even the MD's supplying the drugs won't take, are never seen to be effective more then 5 years out. So get sick, get a chemical in your body to treat the cancer, get certified as "cured" and then 5+ years later get sick again - that's the dirty secret that no one speaks about: long term cancer cures stop at 5 years.

Every human, this woman is no exception, is seen as a disposable experimental item that can eventually provide us all with a very expensive, patent protected, approved treatment for a disease they have not made any, any, not one bit of headway in curing in 50 years.

Madness.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:29 PM
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originally posted by: crankyoldman
Before I make a point about this as a "treatment" I have to observe this. This headline will generate so much "oh, isn't that wonderful, finally a cure" when someone who has cured themselves of cancer by anything other then a Big Pharma product is a nut job.


You know the difference here? Rather than relying on some dubious testimonial, these people are actually doing science. They've run a clinical trial, got some promising results and are now moving on to more rigorous randomized trials so they can get some data to be picked apart and critiqued by the wider scientific community. If their data holds up, they'll move onto the next stage of testing and other researchers will attempt to reproduce their results, adding more data points to come to a sound conclusion regarding safety and efficacy.

Science. It works.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:30 PM
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a reply to: abeverage

I might have to get this

www.thinkgeek.com...




posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:47 PM
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a reply to: grey580 was there not a movie made around this called "I am legend" the scientists cure cancel with some common virus only for it to reverse and turn people into monster's?



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:55 PM
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That's awesome.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 04:59 PM
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originally posted by: Abavs
a reply to: grey580 was there not a movie made around this called "I am legend" the scientists cure cancel with some common virus only for it to reverse and turn people into monster's?



Look up a few posts before yours...I mentioned it.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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originally posted by: GetHyped

originally posted by: crankyoldman
Before I make a point about this as a "treatment" I have to observe this. This headline will generate so much "oh, isn't that wonderful, finally a cure" when someone who has cured themselves of cancer by anything other then a Big Pharma product is a nut job.


You know the difference here? Rather than relying on some dubious testimonial, these people are actually doing science. They've run a clinical trial, got some promising results and are now moving on to more rigorous randomized trials so they can get some data to be picked apart and critiqued by the wider scientific community. If their data holds up, they'll move onto the next stage of testing and other researchers will attempt to reproduce their results, adding more data points to come to a sound conclusion regarding safety and efficacy.

Science. It works.


Science, like Vioxx kind of science? Didn't the makers, supporters and overseers of Vioxx do those fool proof trials you worship? Since science works perfectly as you suggest, why did the vaccine makers seek out a special law to prohibit them from being sued for the perfect vaccines they make? I'm lost, it would seem to me if your product is perfect, based on "science, it works" then you would have no need for legal protections from the damage your products create.

You also ignore the fact that "science, it works" produces "clinical trials" on cancer treatments that do not go further then 5 years because all of them fail- they cherry pick the results, the time and the effects. You also failed to address the "science, it works" fact that TRILLIONS, not millions or even billions, but TRILLIONS of dollars have been spent worldwide on curing cancer through "science, it works" and there are ZERO cures created by this so called "Science it works" system, none - not one, nada zilch. Science, it really really works? You know the products created for cancer treatment, by "science, it works" would not be taken by most of the doctors who administer the treatments?

"Science it works" created the notion of "female sexual dysfunction" at a science meeting on new ways to share the healing power of Viagra. They studied and studied the clinical effects of Viagra on millions of women with this dysfunction to help them feel better about their sex lives. Nah, I'm just kidding, a bunch of marketing jack asses made up the ailment at a convention in order to sell the stuff to both halves of the population. Marketing, it works!

It isn't science that works, it is Marketing, PR and control over the creation of laws that works, combined with the ignorant notion that science is the end of everything.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 08:35 PM
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a reply to: grey580

Awesome.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 08:36 PM
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a reply to: grey580

But what happened to the other patient that was tested?



posted on May, 16 2014 @ 04:31 AM
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a reply to: crankyoldman

Yes, science works. It works whether you believe it or not. That's the great thing about science: you can be willfully ignorant of the scientific method and shockingly scientific illiterate yet still the reap all of the benefits of a modern technological society (like you are doing right now).



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 04:41 PM
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It is very interesting the technology involved. Take a highly infectious RNA virus, change the gene sequence to make it more likely to attack out of control growing cancer cells- and hey presto a real breakthrough.

I expect other viruses to be tried (chicken pox may prove a good one), and other cancers. I do see this as all good news.



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