The current approach doesn't seem to be working out well. Could well be time to try something new.
Argues that the "sugar fuels cancer" claim is misleading.
As Capt. Picard would surely say, "Make it so."
During that trial, the oncologist for one terminally ill patient phoned a veteran Fred Hutchinson researcher, Dr. Stanley Riddell, less than a week after the administration of a single dose of these super cells, confessing astonishment. The stricken patient, plagued by pounds of malignant tumors in the lymph nodes of his neck, said he felt the deadly tumors “melting away like ice cubes.” The treatments are still being tweaked, but early results have left usually reserved researchers borderline giddy.
Potentially useful to remember.
I have no standing to gripe, but it does seem like they could be doing better.
I wouldn't trust Sen. Warren to tell me the time of day.
Related: here's further argument for the role of fentanyl in the ongoing tragedy.
Yet another instance of a malady that may well be connected to gut bacteria and inflammation.
Scientists have got a lot of work to do.
Now that we're supposed to avoid romaine indefinitely, I would sure welcome this.