[ RadSafe ] Cancer

franz.schoenhofer at chello.at franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Wed Mar 7 09:58:30 CST 2012

I am following those "genome" sensations hardly. I am not interested to know, when I will die of which cancer - are you? As long as there is no definite cure for "cancer" to prevent it, I do not care for it. I simply hope to live as long as possible, but under the condition that my brain works as well as it does now.

Best wishes for the future....



---- JPreisig at aol.com schrieb:
> Dear Radsafe," >  
>      From:    _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com)     .
>      Hope you all are well.  We seem to know a  great deal about cancer, 
> and in certain situations
> various cancers can be cured.
>      But, of course, that knowledge is not  complete.  Consider that once 
> you know how to solve the
> puzzle of a Rubik's Cube, it may be easy to do.  Cancer still has a  few 
> secrets or tricks
> left.
>      There was a show by 60 Minutes (USA Television)  that a gentleman down 
> towards
> UCSD/Scripps/San Diego was running a company that has nearly completed  
> mapping of the
> human genome.  Work has also been done by Federal (US and world)  research 
> organizations.
>      The next secrets about cancer may be in the  various ON/OFF switches 
> set up in human
> DNA.  People interested in understanding cancer further need to  involve 
> themselves in
> understanding DNA better.
>      Have a great week!!!!      Regards,   Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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Franz Schoenhofer, PhD, MinRat
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