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  • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

    Yeah, we have been a bit quiet on the thread lately about the recent directions that the investigation has taken.This is all quite dramatic and many are now anxiously awaiting the report which is expected within days. I posted to the thread a long quote in German that did not pass through the "We are reviewing your post" ... filter.

    Yesterday at 8:20 PM view post
    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

      What I have been doing to get around "Your message ..." Is writing short paragraph posts. They seem to have no problem with short posts.  Perhaps they want to get away from TLDNR or TBDNR

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      • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

        So if you could add a positive charge to minicells, then they could be targeted to cancer cells? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4997244/

        Saturday at 2:24 AM view post
        • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

          Yes, 3-BP is very murky. We all want clinical trials to clear things up, though for whatever reason no clinical trial has started. The 5-aza epic shows that even decades of clinical trials can still leave unanswered questions. As it is the claims made outside of clinical reports need to carefully considered. Having translational scientists would help so much. The idea of using MCT-1 expression from circulating tumo...

          Friday at 3:44 AM view post
          • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

            You were asking about changing mir372 and mir373 expression with curcumin or other naturals. The problem would be that curcumin seems to be involved in almost everything biological. It is amazing. The pharmaceutical industry's wish to have a clean hit on a single target is at least an attempt to reduce the complexity. However, mirs are fairly convoluted. Last year one of the first drug in this class was halted in an...

            Friday at 3:30 AM view post
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              It is best to stay with mainstream medicine if this can offer something. When you go through clinicaltrials.gov, PARP inhibitors pop up [Veliparib]. DNA repair has clear relevance to GCC. The FDA recently approved a member in this class, there are others in this class Olaparib, Rucaparib, ... . Would need to think if this applies.

              Friday at 3:13 AM view post
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                I have to admit that I am hesitant to suggest 3-BP in testicular. There is so much success with straight chemo and I though right off that there must be some sort of a traditional approach that must be in the pipe. I find it difficult to understand why there have not been effective targeted treatments. What other cells in the body undergo meiosis? Doesn't that create a huge opportunity to selectively eliminate these...

                Friday at 1:51 AM view post
                • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                  Yeah, there are a few of those on this forum. They said all sorts of unpleasant things about me when I suggested 3-BP to people with terminally terminal illness and then went straight to hard selling euthanasia. I am continually amazed at the number of very seriously ill patients who apparently have benefited from 3-BP. Admittedly, most of these have been on the Dayspring site and they should be interpreted cautious...

                  Friday at 1:45 AM view post
                  • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                    The ccRCC research that found an absence of mitochondria clearly echoes in my memory as it relates to possible effectiveness of anti-glycolytics. Of course a biotech company is now betting hundreds of millions of dollars in the next generation of demethylators. Meaning there are in fact Martians and no one spotted them? Vacation, yeah!

                    Friday at 1:34 AM view post
                    • Jcancom has replied to a post on the message board

                      I thought the Martian non-existence proof was nearly fool proof (i.e. no Martians have chilled with J, ergo there are no Martians). Starting to worry that this solid logic simply might not apply to cancer. I mean what if there have been zero people who have ventured outside of groupthink? Evolution is impossible without genetic variance.

                      Friday at 1:33 AM view post
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