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Thursday, November 05, 2009

Cancer Breakthrough with Spontaneous Remission

Cancer Breakthrough with lab mice spontaneous regression cancerSpontaneous Remission
by Jeffrey Dach MD

Injecting cancer into mice is a major activity at Wake Forest Medical School in North Carolina, keeping students busy with many publications over the years. Injecting the cancer cells prompty kills the mouse, but first, the mouse makes fluid in the abdomen, also called ascites.

Image: Lab Mice courtesy of wikimedia commons.

Chance Favors the Prepared Mind - Luis Pasteur

Then one day, a medical student injected a mouse and noticed something strange happened. What happened? Nothing. The mouse didn't get cancer, and no fluid in the abdomen. The first mouse that could kill cancer was discovered.

Spontaneous Regression of Cancer in the Mouse

Once identified as a "cancer killing" mouse, the little furry fellow was earmarked for study. These were exciting times in the lab. Researchers in the lab asked some urgent questions. Why didn't this mouse get cancer and ascites like all the others? How was this mouse able to resist injected cancer cells? What was the mechanism for the rejection of the cancer cells?

Over the next 3 years, research studies showed these mice are immune to cancer, a trait innate to this SR/CR strain.

Gary Moller comments:
Dr Dach has to be one of the most interesting and insightful medical commentators around.
He refers to Interleukin 2 (IL-2). While I can not offer exactly what he is referring to, I have Brauer IL-2 here in homeopathic doses. It is completely safe to administer to even very sick people - because it is merely a signaling device. Please refer here for more information about IL-2. The person takes several drops per day. It does not replace medical treatment; at the same time it will not interfere with any treatment - it is complementary.
If anybody is interested in a course of IL-2, please write to me here. Depending on need, it may be best combined with Reparen.

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