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Cancer Therapy

by on February 20, 2010

Jan. 5,’93
D. L. Page,
Dept. of Medical Pathology
Vanderbilt University
Medical Center
Nashville, TN 37240
Re: dual genesis/cancer
Dear Sir: (“Hot Spots‑‑”/SC.NEWS)

While possibly bizarre from the biological point of view, the Dec. 19, SCIENCE NEWS blurb in some ways was expected. Without an underpinning in psychological malaise as with overt AiR (Autoim­mune Response; S/R), the vascular intensity anomaly with recur­rent cancer may define AiR more than mitochondrion bias where nodal malaise (attack) can be less threatening to life. While pointing directly to the Freudian Thanatosic phenomena, certain empirical data may better define the apparent anomaly, as Renoux* noted adroitly in overt cerebral control reflecting CNS bias.

To defer to Sperry’s data**, much less Einstein’s Special Rela­tivity equations to illustrate the spatial/temporal dichotomy between the lateral cerebral faculty as CNS would be foolish at this time, but is indeed the key to future medical science. When the simple micro‑electrode (over) use is avoided for some profit motive (without naming certain syndicates and vast U.S. greed problem), we find the obfuscation of the empirical obvious now evoking the net demise of its entire social structure‑‑ but again pointing to Freud. Sorry.



* Renoux, U/Tours; bilateral cerebral lymphatic control; DISCOVER, Feb.’87; pgs. 57‑58. (killer vs. guidance T cells)
** `The Human Split‑Brain’, Scientific American, Aug.’67

cc: Phys‑Psy; 3‑dev(over)
CC: Weidner; Folkman
N. Weidner,
Dept. of Bio‑pathology
University of California
San Francisco, CA 94122

J. Folkman,
Dept. of Bio‑pathology
Harvard Medical School
Cambridge, MA 02138

end/micro‑e/KTS Research

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