[ RadSafe ] Virus Treatment of Cancer

Dr. Francis Y. Tsang francistsang at cox.net
Wed Apr 1 21:11:37 CDT 2015

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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Virus Treatment of Cancer


60 Minutes (USA TV) had more on virus treatments of cancer, some of 
this being done at Duke University. Refer to medical journals also.

Polio virus is being used to treat glioblastoma multiforme and other 
cancers with some success. The virus concentrations and other details are 
probably in relevant articles. 

Too little virus volume results in treatment failure???

Too much virus volume results in an over-response of the body's 
immune system to the virus and causes problems, possibly death, for the patient.

An optimal amount of virus volume results in the cancer being 
cured.??? The mechanism is something like this. The virus is introduced 
into/around the cancer. The presence of the virus causes the body's immune system 
to attack the cancer cells. Normal cells are not attacked. Proper 
treatment results in the cancer diminishing and/or going away.

Guess the introduced virus solution needs to cover the volume of the 
cancer??? See articles.

So, this use of polio, hiv and other viruses is another form of 
immunotherapy. Guess such treatment trials continue to go forward.

Joe Preisig

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