Quite a bold sentence don't you think?
'A cure for cancer' is a phrase the entire world would love to see come true. Are we there yet? And if so why is the following report from New Scientist not being reported on every news channel across the world?
This does seem like a major breakthrough in cancer treatment and a possible cure itself.
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This report is from:
It sounds almost too good to be true: a cheap and simple drug that kills almost all cancers by switching off their "immortality". The drug, dichloroacetate (DCA), has already been used for years to treat rare metabolic disorders and so is known to be relatively safe.
It also has no patent, meaning it could be manufactured for a fraction of the cost of newly developed drugs.
Evangelos Michelakis of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and his colleagues tested DCA on human cells cultured outside the body and found that it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells, but not healthy cells. Tumours in rats deliberately infected with human cancer also shrank drastically when they were fed DCA-laced water for several weeks.
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This does seem very amazing, but what's amazing is the very little coverage this seems to be receiving at the moment. Hopefully this may be the key to wiping out cancer once and for all.