Cure for leukemia using harmless HIV

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+25 1. dopsy commented 9 years ago

GREAT! let's hope it's not just a hope...
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+11 2. tim420 commented 9 years ago

Curing Cancer with HIV... Am i missing something here?
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+15 3. dushan commented 9 years ago

it's reprogrammed hiv virus, you remember terminator 2, something like that :D
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+6 4. DarkiKun commented 9 years ago

that's quite something! my mum died of cancer a few years back, its great to see advances like this!
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-2 5. master_shake commented 9 years ago

#3 More like I AM LEGEND, wtf does T@ have to do with a virus. The terminator is metal.
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+3 6. Teqskater commented 9 years ago

#2 Sure. You are missing the word harmless.

I so hope that it becomes a permanent solution for not only leukemia but more types of cancer.
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-1 7. davor1387 commented 9 years ago

Germany had this like last year, catch up America.
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+2 8. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

The FDA mafia will shut this down in a heartbeat.
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-2 9. Usdevildoggmc commented 9 years ago

AIDS was man made... 100% truth. Who knows what other diseases etc. were also part of their devilish experiments... don't believe me then you have not done the research that I have.. They have a cure for A.D.D. Everyone! Come get your shots! :|
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0 10. samxgx commented 9 years ago

i remember an article not too long ago about the first person cured of aids, by bone marrow transplant cause of his leukemia. talking about ironics, he has to get AIDS Again to be cured from his leukemia :D
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-1 11. dushan commented 9 years ago

#5 t2 is designed to kill people, then one of them is reprogrammed to save humanity :D

#10 not ironic, scary
1. did you see their lab?
2. remember the amount of money spent on changing a hiv virus

can you imagine what someone could do with a different idea and more money...
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+1 12. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

its funny how millions or hundred of millions of dollars are spent to cure few, while a fraction of this amount can save the lives of millions dying out of starvation!
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+6 13. Chrythes commented 9 years ago

#12 To cure a few?
Those millions could be the reason why a few years in the future the lives of millions dying from cancer could be saved.
Oh , and quit using the internet , those few bucks could save the lives of a few starving kids.
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+2 14. kartiksura commented 9 years ago

I first checked whether its by ONN (onion news) ::(|)
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0 15. Urmensch commented 9 years ago

If HIV becomes a successful means to treat many diseases genetically it won't be long before all the shit-heads who claimed AIDS was a punishment from God will change their tune and claim it was a gift.
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-1 16. Havix commented 9 years ago

If they can stop people from dying of cancer then there will be more mouths to feed. Hence then more will starve somewere els.
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+1 17. Neococo commented 9 years ago

#12 they hardly spend hundreds of millions. the granting mechanisms maybe pay them less than 1 million a year. it's not that much money really to support an entire lab full of people making 35-80k dollars a year, PLUS insurance benefits, PLUS buying all your lab supplies and equipment. not to mention the hassle of doing human studies. it's unfortunate that it costs so much, researchers wish it didn't but that's just how it is.