$250 million, 300 scientists and 40 labs for 'solving' cancer

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Billionaire Sean Parker, famous for his founding roles at Napster and Facebook, is backing an unconventional $250 million effort to attack cancer that involves persuading hundreds of the country’s top scientists — who often are in competition with each other — to join forces and unify their research targets.
The consortium, which was formally announced Wednesday, focuses on immunotherapy, a relatively new area of research that seeks to mobilize the body's own defense systems to fight mutant cancer cells. Many believe it represents the future of cancer therapy.
More than 300 scientists working at 40 labs in six institutions — Stanford, the University of California, San Francisco, and University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Pennsylvania, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center — have already signed on.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...arkers-revolutionary-project-to-solve-cancer/
 
Billionaire Sean Parker, famous for his founding roles at Napster and Facebook, is backing an unconventional $250 million effort to attack cancer that involves persuading hundreds of the country’s top scientists — who often are in competition with each other — to join forces and unify their research targets.
The consortium, which was formally announced Wednesday, focuses on immunotherapy, a relatively new area of research that seeks to mobilize the body's own defense systems to fight mutant cancer cells. Many believe it represents the future of cancer therapy.
More than 300 scientists working at 40 labs in six institutions — Stanford, the University of California, San Francisco, and University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Pennsylvania, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center — have already signed on.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...arkers-revolutionary-project-to-solve-cancer/

do you remember Nixon proclamation war on Cancer , I am sure we have spent more money and manpower and equipment in the last 40 + years. " Are we there "
 
Using a frequency produced by radio waves in conjunction with a dialysis machine you could seat a person in the chair and run their blood through the machine and hit the blood with the waves as it passes through the machine killing all viruses and cancer cells then return it to the body.
 
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Using a frequency produced by radio waves in conjunction with a dialysis machine you could seat a person in the chair and run their blood through the machine and hit the blood with the waves as it passes through the machine killing all viruses and cancer cells then return it to the body.

You might affect the cancer cells which are out for metastasis, but what about those cancer cells that are attached in place
 
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