Originally posted by kman420
All i have to say is i smoke cigerettes, and when i get cancer, If this cure isnt well know and cheap, I will walk in my hospital with a shotgun and
kill every doctor i see. And im not being overdramatic. This has to be done. These #s sell us #in poison thats been genetically altered to be far more
addictive than regular tobbaco, as well as fill it with cancer causing chemicals. If i could quit i would, if they made selling this poison illegal,
it would be easy, but no, they cause cancer, not cigerettes. Kill em all let god sort em out. Humanity makes me sick.
I believe you are being overly dramatic. I'm surprised given the reputation of this site that this sort of trolling is allowed.
Originally posted by DevolutionEvolvd
reply to post by Kaplan
I'm not really sure which is your intellectual property and which belongs an external source....
I linked the source for the OP's findings. Everything else is either A) Fact (Such as B-17, which does not exist), B) Fact based upon my education
(Such as studies conducted showing that laetrile does far more harm, and really no good. I no longer have that textbook, I suspect that some
subsidiary of Pearson prints it), or C) my slightly-informed opinion (slightly-informed as I'm coming from the 'inside', and I'm not a doctor
Originally posted by notsoperfect
This whole profit driven machinery is the monster that really needs to be killed. How to kill it? What will be the Achilles’ heel of this
For all of us to practice what we preach. I'm an older student, unlike my peers whom are 10-15 years younger. At this point my desire to practice
medicine is not for profit: I doubt I'll ever make enough to pay off my loans completely. Having seen a great need for health care for the poor,
those that slip through the cracks as I myself did when I was young (for which there are no government programs, state or Federal, to assist), I
decided to devote what time and energy I have left toward that end. My only hopes are that I live long enough to do some real good, and that there are
others out there of the same mind. All of my peers, bar none, are racing through their educations in the hopes of making a lot of money quickly
(keeping in mind that M.D.'s don't make much right out of med school), then possibly specializing to make even more money.
We made this, we all know we did, and we have no one else to blame but ourselves. All we can do is practice what we believe and hope others do the
Originally posted by nh_ee
reply to post by camaro68ss
It kills Cancer cells only by negating the trick that cancer cells use to stay alive and proliferate that normal cells do not use.
Normal cells die by lack of energy but Cancerous cells fuel themselves by another means allowing them to overwhelm the healthy cells, AND worse yet
proliferate more cancerous cells and formation of tumors.
This simple solution reverts the cancerous cells back to normal behaviour in a sense allowing themselves to self destruct as a normal non cancerous
The short version (trying to avoid stepping in pseudo-science here) is that the particular cells as referenced by the OP's source are neuroglial
cells, particularly astrocytes (as would be my partial understanding, having given a cursory glance at the material from the source, and awaiting
publication. Also noting that I have no intention of entering into neural medicine), are utilizing the energy source for neural tissue themselves,
thus starving the underlying tissue. The particular interaction mentioned in the article touches on blocking the mitochondria of the cells in
question, and since mitochondria produce the energy for a cell, by blocking them they've found you can starve the cancerous glial cells.
But there is nothing about a trick used to stay alive, as you say. It has to do with, in this case, location of the cancer (and the subsequent poor
immune response accordingly).
At this point understanding mitosis and it really helps to understand how biochemical switches and signal transduction works, and how neural
physiology varies from the rest of the body. That's more lecture than I have in me today.