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    HIV Virus Used To Cure Cancer


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    ****ing science man

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    well they sure had some competition goin on for the last decades.


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    Its like shooting yourself in the head with a gun to cure your headache.


    Awesome story, happy the little girl survived.
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    Great story. Thanks for posting.
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    Awesome. One step closer to the fountain of youth!
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    That is awesome!
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    I saw this a couple years ago when it was still in clinical trials. The said thing is even with positive results with a small group (5 people in trial, one terminal--after treatment all got better with only one of the participants with any remaining cancer but that participant had a 90% reduction) they were having a hard time getting funding. Looks like they finally got permission to move forward with it.

    Pretty cool.

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    Wow. I have a cousin that had years of chemo for leukemia. This would be so much easier.
    Warning: this post occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).

    Stolen with love from the XKCD comic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qman View Post
    Wow. I have a cousin that had years of chemo for leukemia. This would be so much easier.
    Probably because chemo hardly ever works.
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    Don't feel like reading. Do they then have HIV...and later, potentially, AIDS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    Don't feel like reading. Do they then have HIV...and later, potentially, AIDS?
    Not completely sure, I skimmed it, but it doesnt seem like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    Don't feel like reading. Do they then have HIV...and later, potentially, AIDS?
    In a nutshell the HIV virus is deactivated making it benign but the body recognizes it as needing to be killed off and kicks the immune system into overdrive killing off the cancer instead.

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    Wow. Amazing! But, and not to sound like Silencer here, it'll be ashame once the Feds/FDA/Big Pharma intervene. No way this ever becomes the "cure" for cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    Wow. Amazing! But, and not to sound like Silencer here, it'll be ashame once the Feds/FDA/Big Pharma intervene. No way this ever becomes the "cure" for cancer.
    So far it is only being used for leukemia. Cost of treatment is about $20k so it's mot like it's dirt cheap.

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