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#151 AgeVivo

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Posted 17 October 2009 - 08:15 AM

People living in South Florida: i think you should participate.
You are here because you are interested in healthier and longer lives. FIght cancer. This is your opportunity to contribute. It is rather simple, it could eradicate many cancers, if the results aren't so great at least we will know it. If you don't participate, who will? The question will remain unanswered. Only people in South Florida can participate. Only people aware of the trial (not many it seems) might participate.

YOU live in South Florida, this is your opportunity to contribute.

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 09:41 AM

Hi all,

it's great to see that there is a group of people not letting this promising potential therapy vanish (as is the case with numerous others). Is there any development with Daytona. Please... The thing that you're doing is a guiding star for a lot of us - please post any data (results) you have

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 07:36 PM

Hi all,

it's great to see that there is a group of people not letting this promising potential therapy vanish (as is the case with numerous others). Is there any development with Daytona. Please... The thing that you're doing is a guiding star for a lot of us - please post any data (results) you have


5 days ago, Dytona posted this message on Facebook:

Today, the CT scan result, the region in the liver is much smaller.
This is not mean the granulocyte effect.
Because she take chemotherapy 2 times after granulocyte transfusion.



#154 magrathea

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Posted 25 November 2009 - 12:48 PM

Thank you Sprengmeister...

#155 Mind

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 04:35 PM

Saw this article today about microfluidics helping to identify cancer killing immune cells, perhaps this technology could speed the development of Cui-inspired immuno-cancer therapies

#156 Sprengmeister

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Posted 03 January 2010 - 03:50 PM

great news:

http://www.pr.com/press-release/201382


Although finding the genetic basis of the cancer resistance of Dr Cui's mice is an important effort, it would be even more important imo to finally start clinical trials in human somewhere without exactly knowing the mechanism of action.

Nevertheless: great news! I hear the first time of the newly founded Direct Oncology Foundation.

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Posted 22 March 2010 - 07:57 PM

great news:

http://www.pr.com/press-release/201382


Although finding the genetic basis of the cancer resistance of Dr Cui's mice is an important effort, it would be even more important imo to finally start clinical trials in human somewhere without exactly knowing the mechanism of action.

Nevertheless: great news! I hear the first time of the newly founded Direct Oncology Foundation.


It's been a few months since this thread was last updated. How have the trial patients been doing? I heard they recently took on a 5th patient which sounds promising.

#158 John Schloendorn

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Posted 22 March 2010 - 08:40 PM

How have the trial patients been doing?

An update could be forthcoming at A4M, April 14th.

#159 AgeVivo

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 08:58 AM

Great John! It takes place in Orlando Florida.

On top of page 5 it says:

Wednesday, April 14th, 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Forseeable Targets for Cancer or Chronic Disease Management
Zheng Cui MD,PhD

By the way, in the middle of page 8 there is also:

Friday, April 16th: 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Cancer Prevention with Phytonutrients: Reviewing the Latest Research on Resveratrol, Omega-3, Green Tree, Cucumin, Genistein and Lycopene
Jeffrey Bost, PA-C Joseph Maroon, M
2:00 pm – 2:30 pm : Low Vitamin D as a Root Cause of Chronic Illness And Cancer : Mayer Eisenstein, MD



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Posted 01 June 2010 - 06:41 PM

Bump

#161 AgeVivo

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Posted 15 August 2010 - 04:04 PM

Dytona's wife passed away. http://apps.facebook...9893?m=1a240be5

the fundraiser page http://imminst.org/f...dicatedresearch suggests that wake forest clinical trial was accepted

it would be nice to check by calling them as Justin had done http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1150100 to check that yhe trial is indeed going on, and to know who (we?) can participate as donors

let's not turn the page too rapidly...

#162 niner

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Posted 16 August 2010 - 03:18 AM

Dytona's wife passed away. http://apps.facebook...9893?m=1a240be5

the fundraiser page http://imminst.org/f...dicatedresearch suggests that wake forest clinical trial was accepted

it would be nice to check by calling them as Justin had done http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1150100 to check that yhe trial is indeed going on, and to know who (we?) can participate as donors

let's not turn the page too rapidly...

I'm really sorry to hear about Dytona's wife. As far as I can tell, the Wake Forest trial has not reopened. However, Zheng's method is being trialed by the South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute. This is the trial that LEF has now donated a total of $800,000 to. That's an impressive level of support from LEF; I have to say my hat's off to them for that.

#163 Mind

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Posted 12 February 2012 - 04:17 PM

Cui's ideas/therapy is gaining traction in other places around the world.

http://www.fightagin...yond-the-us.php

Does anyone have any news/updates of ongoing trials/ What are the stumbling blocks yet to be overcome?

#164 AgeVivo

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 04:37 PM

Video of a T cell killing a tumor cell (don't know the source nor context):
http://www.longecity...__fromsearch__1

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Posted 26 May 2014 - 08:00 AM


Last month there was a study that put the cure for cancer worth $50t for the US alone. You would think they would *AT LEAST* give a few labs $1b a piece to work on this breakthough.

The cure is actually worth NEGATIVE dollars unless it is some complex treatment that can only be given here, and even then patents run out and it will kill an entire industry a few decades hence. Even in the present, third world poor countries with loose patent laws will replicate it and offer it for cheap, anyone wanting it can just travel there and get it in the black market or maybe even the official market for cheap... again death of the entire oncological industry and lots of oncologists out of job.

R #1 says such an assay would face the serious technical difficulty of the need for autologous tumors. I think the point being, that if it's not an autologous tumor, of course the leukocytes will attack it, and the other point being, if it is an autologous tumor, then apparently the leukocytes aren't working anyway. (Didn't get around to my question D.) So as far as he knows, this hasn't been done.

Mutations could be induced with carcinogens.

Cui's group has used the phrase "cure for cancer" and though I think the work holds great promise, that is incredibly premature. The results in mice are an impressive start but a lot more tests need to be done

The same phenomena found in the mice appears to occur in humans according to some sources[don't know the veracity].
 

Then researchers conducted an informal study of 100 human volunteers.  They made a startling discovery that, so far, has been downplayed.

Some people exhibit weak immunity against cancer, while the vast majority have average immunity.  But a very small number of people exhibit the same vigorous ability to kill cancer cells as the cancer-proof mice in the laboratory.  White blood cells taken from some participants killed close to 97 per cent of the cancer cells in 24 hours, while samples from others killed only two per cent.

Cancer-proof humans exist!!  Why this discovery isn't making headline news across the globe goes unexplained.  The major news story, and scientific discovery, is being buried.-link


 
In any case I do know of cases of people who worked for decades in offices so thick in smoke you could barely see, yet remained cancer free for life.   I also know of people who liked to burn their food and ate highly black burnt(carcinogen rich) food for decades and remained cancer free for life.  There's also the following


For example, many people in the New England Centenarian Study experienced a century free of cancer or heart disease despite smoking as many as 60 cigarettes a day for 50 years.-wiki

 






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