Scientists Use Math To Cure Terminal Cancer


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WishX
Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Spanish scientists use maths to cure terminal liver cancer

By using a mathematical formula formula designed to strengthen the immune system, a team of scientists in Spain have succeeded in curing a patient who was in the last stage of terminal liver cancer.

The team of researchers from the Complutense University in Madrid believe that this discovery could open new doors for the treatment of solid cancerous tumours.

The new treatment was developed in 1998 by a team led by Antonio Bru, a physicist who bases his theory on the idea that the evolution of solid tumors depends on a mathematical equation which defines their biological growth. An equation is then obtained in the laboratory and used to design a therapy to destroy the tumor.

The scientists, who have carried out successful tests on mice over the past few years, announced yesterday that the only human experiment they have carried out so far has been a complete success.

Apparantly the patient was suffering from liver cancer which had been diagnosed by his doctors as terminal and in its final stage. The scientists used a mathematical formula to create a treatment based on neutrofiles that strengthened the patient's immune system. The patient responded well to the treatment immediately and has since made a total recovery and has returned to work.

The treatment produces no side effects.The Spanish scientists believe that their theory can be applied to treat all kinds of solid tumors although they will need to carry out more tests on human patients before they can be sure.

Source: EuroResidentes

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Viserov

It almost seems like an episode of "Numb3rs."

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Fighter-X

A small step to the fight against cancer :yes:

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Deathray

Excellent news

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IK47

lol

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User6060

And now to solve world hunger using a balanced chemical equation. :rofl:

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x-byte

Good news indeed

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itsnotabigtruck
It almost seems like an episode of "Numb3rs."

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I saw the premiere of numb3rs and it sucked so bad I stopped watching it. It didn't have any real math, just a bunch of random BS they put on the screen.

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Valerus
I saw the premiere of numb3rs and it sucked so bad I stopped watching it. It didn't have any real math, just a bunch of random BS they put on the screen.

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lmao :laugh:

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