UK - Medical Innovations Bill.

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UK - Medical Innovations Bill.

Postby EJC » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:06 am

Sometimes it takes the passing of a high profile person to get a rethink on some medical practices. Aimed at cancer, this could be wide ranging across a number of alternative treatments. ... atchi.html ... 130061.pdf
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Re: UK - Medical Innovations Bill.

Postby Rogan » Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:58 pm

Thanks for passing this on. We have this same problem in the United States. Dr. Dake at Stanford comes to mind.

Lord Saatchi is so correct. Trying the same thing over and over and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.

Check out this link below on what innovation can do to cure cancer. The genius's at the Hutch in Seattle first pioneered bone marrow transplants and now a method to cure melanoma. My understanding of cancer is it's a two step problem. A bad gene, creates a mutated cell, and an ineffective immune system doesn't do its job by eating these mutated cells. Dr. Fred Applebaum and Dr. Cassian Yee could be due a Noble for their ability to treat melanoma through "adoptive immunotherapy". Just amazing stuff. I've said it before here, but if you are medical researcher reading this keep going and thank you from Rogan.
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