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Nii Quaynor shared a link. 8 November at 18:22 ∑ SCIENCE.ORG.AU Releasing the immune systemís brakes to fight cancer The science behind the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine https://www.science.org.au/curious/people-medicine/releasing-immune-systems-brakes-fight-cancer Richard Sexton This is a pile of crap. "A cancerous tumour can be a confusing thing for the immune system" No it's not, every cell marked for deletion has a Cyp1B1 enzyme in it. It's created when the cell is formed and (nominally) deleted when DNA passes error checking. A substance that's supposed to be in our food reacts with this enzyme, turns into a substance called picotanneol and kills only that cell. End of story. You can look this up in the usual cancer journals: keywords: potter, burke, cyp1b1 The thing they found is an interesting side effect but not actually useful. "Unfortunately, checkpoint inhibitors arenít without their side effects (a no-holds-barred immune response can target healthy cells too, resulting in inflammation) and they wonít necessarily be effective for everyone. More research is still required to improve the effectiveness of the treatments and reduce their side effects. " So, there's two options, work work with the body or work against it. The latter is a poor choice and not in any way worthy of a Nobel. This should be a keynote speech at an industry dinner for patented US pharmaceuticals and nobody will be taking it anytime soon.
Frank JT Bischop Admin ∑ 16 October CANCER Dr Andrew Saul PH.D. Yes, cancer is awfully common. But cancer is not inevitable and it is not due to bad luck. And generally speaking, it is not a simple matter of "bad genes." Cancer is often due to long-term lousy diet, and it so often persists due to horse-blinder oncology. How many oncologists use niacin and vitamin C to repair DNA? Chase down the science and the recommendations in this 15 minute video. No tricks. Well, maybe one. 🔴 VIDEO LINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGo9Lw6P5ys . . ▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️ Orthomolecular Medicine - Practitioners World Wide Orthomolecular Practitioners http://orthomolecular.org/resources/pract.shtml Richard Sexton Meanwhile, since then.... In 2007 an enzyme was discovered in all cancer cells. It's in the Cytochrome P450-II series and it called "Cyp1B1". It goes like this: when the nucleus of a cell divides there are not two sets of chromosomes. When that new cell is born it now has this enzyme. After DNA error checking is performed the enzyme is destroyed. But, if the error checking does not finish for any reason the enzyme is not destroyed and the cell is marked for deletion as defective. This happens in all animals all the time. Everybody has cancer cells in them at this moment. In nearly evry case the immune system takes care of this. So how does cancer form? Easy, to do this is needs a chemical that is in produce. But, the catch is plants make this in response to mold spores. Since we began using antifungals in 1900 these have reduced the amount of this stuff in non-organic produce by up to 90%. Thus we now have correlation and causation for the industrial use of antifungals disrupting the food supply and driving up the rate of cancer. Potter and Burke figured this out in England. Here's the relevant info: The Cytochrome P450 enzyme CYP1B1 [1] only occurs in cancer cells [2][3]. When certain phytoalexins such as resveratrol and salvestrol are ingested these phytoalexins are converted by the P450 enzyme into piceatannol [4], which is fatal to cancer cells but not human cells [5][6]. [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CYP1B1 [2] http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/57/14/3026.short [3] http://secure.salvestrol.ca/.../isomtalk_schaefer2010.pdf [4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piceatannol [5] http://www.nature.com/bjc/journal/v86/n5/abs/6600197a.html [6] http://www.orthomolecular.org/.../pdf/2007-v22n01-p039.pdf Summarized here by one of the team that discovered it: (Short, 11 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzuHbmhTYWQ Long (90 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4tpPlqMJ7Y https://web.archive.org/.../Prostate-cancer-drug-so... https://web.archive.org/.../article-1832255.../article.html Manage EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG CYP1B1 - Wikipedia 2 LikeShow More Reactions ∑ Reply ∑ 6w Renee Osgood Molchan Renee Osgood Molchan Iím not sure I follow...can anyone reword this for a layperson? Manage LikeShow More Reactions ∑ Reply ∑ 6w Richard Sexton Richard Sexton Ok, there's an enxyme in cancer cells not found in human cells. A certain substance called a salvestrol reacts with that enxyme, turns into stuff called Picotanneol and it kills only that cell. There are fat soluble and water soluble salvestrols, they're fond in some plants. The problem is the plant makes them in response to mold and when we spray antifungals, no mold and the plant doesn't make them as much. They're 90% reduced in sprayed produce. Here's two videos one short one long from one of the guys that found it. (Short, 11 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzuHbmhTYWQ Long (90 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4tpPlqMJ7Y Manage YOUTUBE.COM Professor Dan Burke on Salvestrols - an interview byÖ LikeShow More Reactions ∑ Reply ∑ 6w Renee Osgood Molchan Renee Osgood Molchan Richard Sexton thank you so much for explaining. I have heard before about a link between cancer and mold and want to learn more so those links are very helpful. Manage LikeShow More Reactions ∑ Reply ∑ 6w Lisette Callis Lisette Callis Richard Sexton interesting.
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