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A mice study not tried on humans "By introducing a particular strain of bacteria into the digestive tracts of mice with melanoma, researchers at the University of Chicago were able to boost the ability of the animal's immune systems to attack tumor cells. The gains were comparable to treatment with anti-cancer drugs known as checkpoint inhibitors, such as anti-PD-L1 antibodies." Click on this link to read a report about this research. Click on this link to read a recent article from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre about microorganisms in the gut.
Paul Edwards posted a topic in Radiation, diagnostic imaging, bones and other prostate cancer topicsOn 13 November 2014 Snuffy Myers’s weekly video was on the subject of “Treating Ogliometastatic Prostate Cancer.” On 26 November 2014 a copy of a letter by Dr Michael Dattoli was posted on the internet to the Malecare Advanced PCa Group in which he said; “I have recently viewed a video from a prominent Oncologist, entitled “Treating Ogliometastatic Prostate Cancer.” I found this presenting Oncologist to be woefully mistaken about numerous issues” and gave his comments on what he believed to be “the misinformation promulgated in the video blog”. This came as a surprise to those of us familiar with Snuffy Myers’s cancer journey. Dr. Dattoli was the Radiation Oncologist who treated Snuffy Myers with aggressive radiation therapy and seed implantation and Snuffy Myers subsequently referred patients to Dr. Dattoli many times. On 5 December 2014 Snuffy Myers has done a further video “Treating Ogliometastatic Disease with Radiation” to clarify his earlier video.