Why would anyone want to make copies of a cancer cell? Isn’t one bad enough? Well, I’ve been cloning cancer cells, and allow me to expound. In biology, a clone … Continue reading Cloning cancer cells
What’s going on in the world of research, or in Daniel 2:28, Inc.
Some kids are no longer learning cursive. Will we really one day not write letters anymore? I guess if one wants to type everything and avoid handwriting, it is possible. … Continue reading A new photocopier
Cancer resistance to chemotherapy is a devastating event. Unfortunately, it is an inevitable one, too. Dr. Tim Browder, a former lab mate in the Folkman lab, carried out an evocative … Continue reading Overcoming resistance
Strange question, but not really. There is a subconscious assumption that a cancer is made up of . . . . . cancer, and only cancer. This would imply that … Continue reading How much of a cancer is cancer?
In a paper titled, “Adaptive Therapy,” published 10 years ago(!), authors R.A. Gatenby et al. proposed a radically different approach to chemotherapy. The traditional approach to chemotherapy is to use … Continue reading Adaptive Therapy