Friday, 9 May 2008

Anticancer

By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
No slick video this time – it is below on this blog.
When you have an infection, part of the genome gets left behind: The pathogen leaders form viral rumps.
6 particular viral enzymes and we see cancer: A new cell type that is not doing harm to other cells, just reducing the vitality of the immune system.
If we give a drip of the lower cytokines (e.g. IL-2 and IL-4) we produce and action the active antibody to cancer: We make the anticancer.
Pills of this drug will fix cancer for other peoples. The NIH liked this idea, but Harvard and Cambridge freaked out when I lacked a medical degree.
I have a master’s in system’s engineering. It runs out God is a good engineer. This figures. Look out of your window, we see stuff God has made, and human engineers have altered.

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