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What if you could cure cancer by getting a small, circular disk implanted into your arm? Or perhaps instead of undergoing months of soul-wrenching chemotherapy, say one dose of magnetized nanoparticles were able to wipe out your tumors?
That's what scientists are working on and according to two new studies published at the end of November, both methods are showing tremendous promise.
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
reply to post by disfugured
Exactly.... Bigfoot is off base here. I just witnessed a situation in which 4 different males within one family each acquired the exact same type of brain tumor when they reached 40 years of age.
That doesn't have anything to do with way of life, as they all lived completely differently, three were very health conscious, one ate almost nothing but junk food. One smoked. Two drank frequently, the other two were teatotalers.
There is much more to cancer than lifestyle.