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truthisfreedom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-28-09 07:29 PM
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3. Wow. That's promising. Nice news!
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  -Scientists discovery antibody that kills prostate cancer kpete  Dec-28-09 07:18 PM   #0 
  - off to the Greatest Page  Skittles   Dec-28-09 07:24 PM   #1 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-29-09 02:09 AM   #25 
  - Wow!  DavidDvorkin   Dec-28-09 07:28 PM   #2 
  - Wow. That's promising. Nice news!  truthisfreedom   Dec-28-09 07:29 PM   #3 
  - Those socialist, government funded scientists are at it again.  DCKit   Dec-28-09 07:31 PM   #4 
  - Actually, U. of Pennsylvania is a private university.  JDPriestly   Dec-29-09 01:47 AM   #24 
     - but that research is funded by the government  cap   Dec-29-09 06:11 AM   #30 
        - and, being private ...  zbdent   Dec-29-09 07:05 AM   #43 
        - It's not quite that simple....  Jeff In Milwaukee   Dec-29-09 07:41 AM   #50 
           - Look at it this way, guys...  derby378   Dec-29-09 01:14 PM   #79 
           - or a private one either  donquijoterocket   Dec-29-09 01:31 PM   #84 
           - It Depends On Their Contract  Beetwasher   Dec-29-09 02:27 PM   #87 
              - Government retains all rights if it's a contract....  Jeff In Milwaukee   Dec-29-09 02:58 PM   #88 
                 - Yes, That's How It Generally Works At NIH  Beetwasher   Dec-29-09 03:07 PM   #89 
        - Thanks for setting me straight on that. Interesting. We shall see.  JDPriestly   Dec-29-09 04:24 PM   #91 
  - Incredible breakthrough  FarLeftFist   Dec-28-09 07:32 PM   #5 
  - somewhat off topic, but I find it interesting to see a comment on a prostate discussion  zbdent   Dec-29-09 07:06 AM   #44 
     - Somebody grab the hook!  bertman   Dec-29-09 01:13 PM   #78 
  - So how long will they sit on this one and how unaffordable will it be?  glinda   Dec-28-09 07:44 PM   #6 
  - Biopharmas are doing tons of research in this area  TZ   Dec-29-09 06:24 AM   #38 
  - It will be swept under the carpet by the drug industry nt  AzNick   Dec-28-09 08:09 PM   #7 
  - As you so uninformed that you think pharmaceutical companies only make drugs?  CreekDog   Dec-28-09 10:27 PM   #15 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-29-09 06:15 AM   #32 
  - You do realize that without biopharma most cancer drugs would not exist?  momto3   Dec-29-09 07:14 AM   #49 
  - Yep.  TZ   Dec-29-09 10:23 AM   #60 
  - It is true  liberalmike27   Dec-29-09 12:05 PM   #68 
     - Is your name Tor? What are your feelings on hot water?  WriteDown   Dec-29-09 01:25 PM   #83 
  - Cancer has been (capital c) Cured in mice ad infinitum. It's routine.  denem   Dec-28-09 08:28 PM   #8 
  - +1 nt  MannyGoldstein   Dec-28-09 09:24 PM   #10 
  - Actually Interferon has all sorts of wonderful uses  TZ   Dec-29-09 06:17 AM   #33 
  - My brother's Hep C viral count has been ZERO for a few months now.  ieoeja   Dec-29-09 09:54 AM   #56 
     - Its potent stuff.  TZ   Dec-29-09 10:49 AM   #61 
  - Very true.  momto3   Dec-29-09 06:55 AM   #41 
  - Yes but  d_r   Dec-29-09 08:37 AM   #53 
  - I thought it was all about the treatment not the cure.  Djarun   Dec-28-09 09:07 PM   #9 
  - This is wonderful news.  AllyCat   Dec-28-09 09:40 PM   #11 
  - They already have this kind of research on going!  TZ   Dec-29-09 10:18 AM   #58 
     - Nothing is always. But it often is and gives some competition and choice  AllyCat   Dec-30-09 05:53 PM   #100 
  - K&R in memory of my favorite uncle  MorningGlow   Dec-28-09 09:41 PM   #12 
  - so could somebody stop the drug companies from keeping this from being released once it gets to  Divine Discontent   Dec-28-09 10:12 PM   #13 
  - Yup. Can't have an actual cure. Gets in the way of treatment.  JenniferJuniper   Dec-28-09 10:46 PM   #16 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-29-09 06:18 AM   #35 
  - and how do you feel about the oil industry. Do you know how dishonest even drug trials have  superconnected   Dec-29-09 12:16 PM   #72 
     - Uh I work with the FDA on a daily basis  TZ   Dec-29-09 12:35 PM   #75 
        - Ah, yes. One must butter one's bread!  JenniferJuniper   Dec-29-09 01:05 PM   #77 
        - Gee, you are missing a lot. How about.. uh... Aspartame! (among thousands)  superconnected   Dec-31-09 12:09 PM   #101 
  - In truth, there probably will be no cure for cancer.  momto3   Dec-29-09 07:04 AM   #42 
     - There are many hushed- up cures for cancer.  kimmerspixelated   Dec-29-09 05:01 PM   #93 
        - Facts help with conspiracy theories.  jeff47   Dec-29-09 05:54 PM   #97 
           - If you read the news, it gets cured all the time - in reputable labs.  superconnected   Dec-31-09 12:11 PM   #102 
  - How about you can the ignorance?  TheWraith   Dec-29-09 01:14 PM   #80 
  - K & R...good news :)  winyanstaz   Dec-28-09 10:20 PM   #14 
  - I await actual clinical trials in humans before partying  sakabatou   Dec-29-09 12:14 AM   #17 
  - Even if it's successful, they'll figure out a way to price the treatment out of reach of  salguine   Dec-29-09 12:33 AM   #18 
     - Actually if proven successfull  TZ   Dec-29-09 06:20 AM   #36 
        - It'll be affordable, alright.  burning rain   Dec-29-09 07:13 PM   #99 
  - Good news. Go to...  namvet73   Dec-29-09 12:39 AM   #19 
  - There is also less regulation of the medical industry  TZ   Dec-29-09 06:55 AM   #40 
     - +1  momto3   Dec-29-09 07:07 AM   #45 
  - Good news.  burning rain   Dec-29-09 01:09 AM   #20 
  - Those mice get the best treatment. Why don't they ever use it on people?  Kablooie   Dec-29-09 01:16 AM   #21 
  - Good for the University of Pennsylvania.  JDPriestly   Dec-29-09 01:38 AM   #22 
  - I wonder  Tanelorn   Dec-29-09 01:45 AM   #23 
  - Yes, usually 5-10 years.  momto3   Dec-29-09 07:12 AM   #48 
  - Great News! Seems to me that since GW waved goodbye  goclark   Dec-29-09 04:04 AM   #26 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-29-09 04:45 AM   #27 
  - A big rec.  harun   Dec-29-09 04:58 AM   #28 
  - must be nice to be a mouse!  Kip Humphrey   Dec-29-09 05:22 AM   #29 
  - yeah, but think about it ...  zbdent   Dec-29-09 07:09 AM   #47 
  - Outstanding!  Tripmann   Dec-29-09 06:15 AM   #31 
  - And, maybe, antibodies exist which attack other cancers!  DailyGrind51   Dec-29-09 06:17 AM   #34 
  - Yes, or can be designed that way  TZ   Dec-29-09 06:22 AM   #37 
  - As a cancer survivor myself, I thank you for your research.  DailyGrind51   Dec-29-09 12:15 PM   #71 
  - There is a tremendous amount of research in this field.  momto3   Dec-29-09 07:08 AM   #46 
     - One of these types is in Phase 2 testing on Melanoma with great results.  SharonAnn   Dec-29-09 12:07 PM   #69 
        - I've heard there are some good results with melanoma tumors  TZ   Dec-29-09 12:32 PM   #74 
  - Off to the greatest page with this news. nt  Christa   Dec-29-09 06:48 AM   #39 
  - Hope it works in human trials.  caseymoz   Dec-29-09 08:05 AM   #51 
  - Does that mean that prostate cancer is a virus??? nt  onlyadream   Dec-29-09 08:20 AM   #52 
  - No.  TZ   Dec-29-09 10:21 AM   #59 
  - Great news!  lonestarnot   Dec-29-09 08:38 AM   #54 
  - As someone with a history of this in my family... I am hopeful. nt.  freddie mertz   Dec-29-09 09:39 AM   #55 
  - Misspelled ?  PatrynXX   Dec-29-09 10:15 AM   #57 
  - Does anyone else remember the Canadian research that determined that a cheap, common drug..  tridim   Dec-29-09 10:52 AM   #62 
  - Uh yeah.  TZ   Dec-29-09 11:11 AM   #64 
     - The research was done at the University of Alberta..  tridim   Dec-29-09 11:14 AM   #66 
        - I still don't like what I read at that site  TZ   Dec-29-09 12:30 PM   #73 
           - Strange response..  tridim   Dec-29-09 12:59 PM   #76 
              - If you read my response  TZ   Dec-29-09 01:21 PM   #81 
              - I wish my friend who died of brain cancer had known about it and tried it.  tridim   Dec-29-09 02:21 PM   #86 
              - Well, to be fair...  skids   Dec-31-09 01:20 PM   #103 
              - It's easy to talk shit about a miracle drug.  TheWraith   Dec-29-09 01:21 PM   #82 
                 - I think a cancer cure would be the pharamaceutical industry's worst nightmare.  tridim   Dec-29-09 02:19 PM   #85 
                    - I totally agree with you-the pharma giants do NOT want to cure cancer.  earth mom   Dec-29-09 05:15 PM   #94 
                    - Explain WHY, without invoking tin foil hats.  TheWraith   Dec-29-09 06:26 PM   #98 
  - Wow. Sure hope this is available to all soon.  BrklynLiberal   Dec-29-09 10:53 AM   #63 
  - Its gotta go through clinical trials first  TZ   Dec-29-09 11:12 AM   #65 
  - Yeah but are they D or R? We need to know whether to rip them apart or not. n/t  newtothegame   Dec-29-09 12:01 PM   #67 
  - BUT CIENSE IZ TEH ANTEKRIS!!11!11!!!!  BolivarianHero   Dec-29-09 12:13 PM   #70 
  - Good news for the elites who will benefit from it. Labor will continue to be  valerief   Dec-29-09 03:41 PM   #90 
  - But hey, science is just another belief system, right?  skepticscott   Dec-29-09 05:00 PM   #92 
  - After my wife had a mastectomy  DavidDvorkin   Dec-29-09 05:54 PM   #96 
  - Does it involve  bergie321   Dec-29-09 05:53 PM   #95 
 

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