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Mexican scientist cures the Human Papilloma Virus
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Eva Ramón Gallegos, a researcher from Mexico National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) was able to completely eradicate the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in 29 patients.

This scientific achievement was accomplished through photodynamic therapy, a non-invasive technique that seems to be an efficient method to prevent malignant neoplasm, which is the second cause of death among Mexican women.

The scientists from the National Biological Sciences School explained that she has studied the effects of photodynamic therapy for 20 years and said she was treated 420 patients in Oaxaca and Veracruz with this method, as well as 29 women in Mexico City.

#InvestigaciónIPN Eliminan cien por ciento virus del papiloma humano. En el marco del Día Mundial Contra el Cáncer 2019, la científica Eva Ramón Gallegos, compartió los resultados del trabajo que ha realizado durante 20 años. https://t.co/XrrWvtZC44 pic.twitter.com/yHxQL8FOxo

— IPN (@IPN_MX) February 3, 2019

“During the first stage of the investigation, when it was used to treat women in Oaxaca and Veracruz, the results were encouraging. The treatment was also very positive when applied to women in Mexico City, which opens the possibility of making the treatment more efficient,” she said.

She also explained that besides eradicating HPV, the main cause behind cervical cancer, photodynamic therapy is also used to eliminate premalignant lesions of cervical cancer in its first stages. The results of her investigation show that she was able to eradicate HPV in 100% of the patients who had the virus but had no premalignant lesions, 64.3% in women with HPV and lesions, and 57.2% in women who had lesions but don't have HPV.

https://www.eluniversal.com.mx/english/m...loma-virus

I wonder how long it will take big pharma to bury her and treatment.
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Good on her.. sweet angel..
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(02-10-2019, 03:45 PM)Talon Wrote: Eva Ramón Gallegos, a researcher from Mexico National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) was able to completely eradicate the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in 29 patients.

This scientific achievement was accomplished through photodynamic therapy, a non-invasive technique that seems to be an efficient method to prevent malignant neoplasm, which is the second cause of death among Mexican women.

The scientists from the National Biological Sciences School explained that she has studied the effects of photodynamic therapy for 20 years and said she was treated 420 patients in Oaxaca and Veracruz with this method, as well as 29 women in Mexico City.

   #InvestigaciónIPN Eliminan cien por ciento virus del papiloma humano. En el marco del Día Mundial Contra el Cáncer 2019, la científica Eva Ramón Gallegos, compartió los resultados del trabajo que ha realizado durante 20 años. https://t.co/XrrWvtZC44 pic.twitter.com/yHxQL8FOxo

   — IPN (@IPN_MX) February 3, 2019

“During the first stage of the investigation, when it was used to treat women in Oaxaca and Veracruz, the results were encouraging. The treatment was also very positive when applied to women in Mexico City, which opens the possibility of making the treatment more efficient,” she said.

She also explained that besides eradicating HPV, the main cause behind cervical cancer, photodynamic therapy is also used to eliminate premalignant lesions of cervical cancer in its first stages. The results of her investigation show that she was able to eradicate HPV in 100% of the patients who had the virus but had no premalignant lesions, 64.3% in women with HPV and lesions, and 57.2% in women who had lesions but don't have HPV.

https://www.eluniversal.com.mx/english/m...loma-virus

I wonder how long it will take big pharma to bury her and treatment.

Pharma can't and won't. Polytechnico is bbbbiiigggg money over there. She probably used their funds for the researching, making it their property. If anything, they'll sell the treatment and cash in big time.

Glad someone found an effective treatment. Well done!
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(02-10-2019, 04:30 PM)The Order of Chaos Wrote: Pharma can't and won't. Polytechnico is bbbbiiigggg money over there. She probably used their funds for the researching, making it their property. If anything, they'll sell the treatment and cash in big time.

Glad someone found an effective treatment. Well done!

FDA could- and very likely, will- at least in the US. Doctors and hospitals will be pitching a fit. The Primatene debacle was proof of that (and what's been re-introduced as Primatene, as I understand it, is crap. Ditto it's original "replacement", Asthmanefrin)
The same kind of thing happened with heartworm prevention for dogs. It's *so* bad, that compounding pharmacies and veterinarians now deny that the original, daily heartworm pill (diethylcarbamazine, the ingredient in Filarbits) even exists. They've "never heard of it." Vets that used to prescribe it!
And that drug is actually used (or was, at last account) for parasites infesting humans.
Never, ever underestimate the power and hubris of money in medical care. These people would cut their own mother's throats in a heartbeat for money/ profits.

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FAKE NEWS

HPV is NOT cancer. It never has been. Ever.
It's benign warts. The tissues they grow on is delicate, so left UNTREATED, cancer can DEVELOP
Not everyone with HPV gets cancer, at all.
The warts have been removable for decades. Remove the warts, cancer will never develop.
Leave the warts, they go dormant in about 6 weeks, aka no longer contagious.
They then may, or MAY NOT cause cancer to grow.
It's the exact same premise as benign colon polyps.
They may or may not turn into cancer.
The ENTIRE HPV campaign, is propaganda.
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(02-10-2019, 04:50 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 04:30 PM)The Order of Chaos Wrote: Pharma can't and won't. Polytechnico is bbbbiiigggg money over there. She probably used their funds for the researching, making it their property. If anything, they'll sell the treatment and cash in big time.

Glad someone found an effective treatment. Well done!

FDA could- and very likely, will- at least in the US. Doctors and hospitals will be pitching a fit. The Primatene debacle was proof of that (and what's been re-introduced as Primatene, as I understand it, is crap. Ditto it's original "replacement", Asthmanefrin)
The same kind of thing happened with heartworm prevention for dogs. It's *so* bad, that compounding pharmacies and veterinarians now deny that the original, daily heartworm pill (diethylcarbamazine, the ingredient in Filarbits) even exists. They've "never heard of it."  Vets that used to prescribe it!
And that drug is actually used (or was, at last account) for parasites infesting humans.
Never, ever underestimate the power and hubris of money in medical care. These people would cut their own mother's throats in a heartbeat for money/ profits.

Yeah3 Most likely. Laws and common decency never stopped them from making a buck.
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Hpv also causes cold sores.
As a suferer, I would be grateful for a cure. About once a year or two, this thing shows up on my lip. Common or not, I feel like a leper when it does. Fucking oozing bleeding horrid thing. I'm marked like a tainted whore.

The meds they have to shorten it work great, but still...horrid.
Heartflowers
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(02-10-2019, 05:03 PM)PickleSnout Wrote: Hpv also causes cold sores.
As a suferer, I would be grateful for a cure. About once a year or two, this thing shows up on my lip. Common or not, I feel like a leper when it does. Fucking oozing bleeding horrid thing. I'm marked like a tainted whore.

The meds they have to shorten it work great, but still...horrid.

Herpes simplex I causes oral cold sores
Herpes simplex II causes genital sores

HPV does not cause cold sores at all.
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The same virus must cause genital herpes and shingles because both receive Valtrex. But I thought it also worked for cold sores.

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(02-10-2019, 05:14 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: The same virus must cause genital herpes and shingles because both receive Valtrex. But I thought it also worked for cold sores.

It does work for cold sores because its the same family of viruses Heartflowers
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