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'Cure for terminal cancer' found in game-changing drugs

Immunotherapy, which harnesses the body’s own immune system to destroy deadly tumours, has been hailed as one of the biggest breakthroughs in the treatment of cancer for decades 

Laura Donnelly By Laura Donnelly, Health Editor, Chicago12:01AM BST 01 Jun 2015


Terminally ill cancer patients have been “effectively cured” by a game-changing new class of drugs.

In one trial, more than half of patients who had just months to live saw deadly tumors shrink or completely disappear.

In recent days, the results of trials of a number of treatments which harness the body’s immune system have been announced at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual conference in Chicago. They show promise in the fight against skin cancer and lung disease.

But results from a slew of trials released last night at the conference showed “spectacular” effects against a multitude of cancers.

Experts said the advances suggest terminally ill patients with common cancers – including lung, bowel, ovarian and womb – could in future be cured by the therapies.

The evidence in favor of the radical drugs is so overwhelming that they could save tens of thousands of lives in the UK within a decade, it is claimed.

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Senior cancer doctors said the treatment, known as immunotherapy, could radically change the standard treatment for cancer, sparing some sufferers from some of the toxic effects of chemotherapy.

Roy Herbst , chief of medical oncology at Yale Cancer Centre, described the string of results as “spectacular”.

Breakthrough in Stem Cell therapy brings fresh hope for people suffering Spinal Cord Damage


A recent breakthrough in the stem cell technology gives a ray of hope for people suffering from various terminal diseases.  This breakthrough can potentially benefit people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, cardiac failure and irreparable injuries to the spinal cord. Pro Chancellor of Durham University, UK and a scholar in regenerative medicine, Prof.Chirstopher Higgins says that stem cell therapy offers cure for diseases and replacement of damage to human spinal cord. These disclosures were made by Prof.Higgins yesterday while delivering the 11th Mosobolaje Oyawoye Faculty of Science Endowed Lecture at the University of Ilorin, where he is also the immediate past Vice Chancellor. 

Delivering the lecture titled “Stem Cell Research: Science,Medicine and Ethics”, he stated that he was sure everyone assembled has a close friend or relative who suffered from Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, cardiac failure or major injury to the spinal cord that is beyond repair. Millions of people are affected by these diseases, and the suffering extends to their relatives and friends.

He added that the common thread that runs between these diseases is attributable to anything wrong with an organ or cell but conversely is due to the complete loss of a specific type of cell and stem cells have the prospect of offering a cure as they have the opportunity to put brand new and functioning cells back into the body and replace the ones that have been degenerated or damaged. 

Higgins also canvassed a universal agreement through the good offices of the United Nations on which areas of stem cells should be permitted considering its benefits to mankind, rather than criticize it because of some sections extending the importance of stem cells only to human cloning.

U.S. Spinal Cord Injury Patient Documenting His Stem Cell + Epidural Stimulation Treatment

Quadriplegic Jack Pearce is set to undergo a new medical procedure that he is hoping may transform his life. Jack and his wife Ellie arrived in Bangkok, Thailand on July 5th, 2015 for a procedure which utilizes an implanted epidural stimulator to allow Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) patients to voluntarily move their limbs. This procedure also includes adult mesenchymal stem cell therapy, which has had dramatic results in two previous patients with results showing in weeks rather than months as outlined by Dr. Torsak Tip-Pairote.

The epidural stimulator is the latest device produced by Medtronic, while the adult stem cells were produced by our TrueView Biotech’s longtime partner, Beike Biotechnology and will be injected by intravenous injection and lumbar puncture via their SCI treatment protocol. Under this protocol, Jack will also be receiving the recommended physical and occupational therapy, nutrition counseling, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, acupuncture, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and aquatherapy under the functional medicine program provided with his stem cell treatment.

While Jack is confident in this procedure, he also faced challenges that many others in the SCI community face when looking for medical options. Jack noted, “Throughout my research into stem cells and epidural stimulators I have been frustrated by the near total absence of well-documented case studies and/or progress reports. I understand that patients are excited at first and then lose focus on updating their status. One of my objectives for undertaking these modern procedures is not only to improve my condition but to also validate or dispel them for the benefit of the SCI community as a whole. Based on my own research I am very optimistic of the results and have no hesitation in pursuing these treatment options.”

Quick list of treatable diseases

Stem Cell Treatments list                                                                            


             Alzheimer’s disease


             Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)


             Batten disease

             Brain infection injury


             Cerebral palsy (CP)

             Corticobasal degeneration (CBD)


             Devic’s syndrome or disease




             Guillain Barré syndrome

             Huntington’s disease

             Liver cirrhosis

             Muscular dystrophy

             Multiple sclerosis (MS)

             Multiple system atrophy (MSA)

             Myasthenia gravis

             Parkinson’s disease (PD)

             Peripheral neuropathy

             Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)

             Primary lateral sclerosis (PLS)

             Spinal cord injury


             Traumatic brain injury


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Irene kidney failure patient

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