Scientists Discover Terminal Cancer Cure in Mice

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According to a research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), the scientists have made a breakthrough into discovering cure of terminal metastatic cancer in animals.

The research was conducted by a team of scientists including senior scientist Robert J. Debs, at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute in alliance with four other laboratories. According to Robert J. Debs, the research done on mice has noticeably shown depletion in number and size of the tumor infested lung of the mice with terminal stage cancer. He also added further that his treatment has effectively worked on colon and breast cancer and malignant cells. They are the most fatal cancers in US claimed by the National Cancer Institute.

The newly invented antibody called PECAM-1 helps check molecules responsible to feed cancer cells through protein.
Denying chances of any potential side effects of the antibody, Robert J. Debs said that the antibody in mice doesn’t show any toxic syndromes. Though no formal toxic studies done in this concern, but when the antibody was administered into mice body which was on the brink of cancer death, it showed remarkable recuperation.

In medical history, this is the first preclinical studies which give rays of hope to lots of hopeless patients and medical experts that fatal disease like cancer is now curable. “We are quite hopeful that our studies will pave the path of more research and studies of terminal cancers as well as prompt others to enlarge additional new therapies aiming to cure most terminal stages of cancers,” Dr. Debs quoted as saying.

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