Bob Enyart reports on these beginning days of cancer antibody treatments. While of course not all results are positive, there astounding results are being achieved. For example, a Leukemia trial sees 94% of advanced Leukemia patients apparently cured; another natural powerful antibody targets 98% of HIV strains; another study sees tumors shrinking or at least stopping their advance for 6 in 10 of 945 advanced stage melanoma patients; and then there's the targeted antibody treatment that cured a lung cancer patient in hospice given two weeks to live. Bob also reports on those treatments already approved by the FDA and lists the dozens of ongoing antibody cancer trials.
crispr /cas9 explanation
Itís called POG - Personalized OncoGenomics - in British Columbia
When POG launched in 2012, there were only 30 cancer patients in the trial. But initial results were so promising it has expanded to take in 750 patients to date. Itís aiming to enrol 5,000.
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