[ RadSafe ] OT--- Down's Syndrome

Cary Renquist cary.renquist at ezag.com
Wed Jul 17 16:33:17 CDT 2013

They did find an interesting cancer switch that might be easy to
manipulate...  gut bacteria.

Intestinal bacteria linked to white blood cell cancer
Researchers from UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC) have
discovered that specific types of bacteria that live in the gut are
major contributors to lymphoma, a cancer of the white blood cells that
are part of the human immune system.
"This study is the first to show a relationship between intestinal
microbiota and the onset of lymphoma," Schiestl said. "Given that
intestinal microbiota is a potentially modifiable trait, these results
hold considerable promise for intervention of B cell lymphoma and other

Cary Renquist
cary.renquist at ezag.com

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Subject: [ RadSafe ] OT--- Down's Syndrome

Dear Radsafe,
     According to Google News, some researchers are  flipping the Down's

Syndrome DNA switch on and off.
Neat.  Gene therapy???
     Perhaps "extra???" cancer defense switches will be  next????
    Joe Preisig
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