Missing peptides turn cancer cells into healthy cells

2015 Research

Research from the Mayo Clinic, reported in Nature Cell Biology, claims that adding back missing microMRA peptides, can cause cancer cells to normalize. Peptides are merely small portions of proteins.

The research involves ‘adhesion molecules’ that were thought to be the glue that held cells together. Now they seem to be involved in signaling, and capable of regenerating a healthy cell from a deficient one.

An ‘alternative’ Doctor Stanislaw Burzynski has long argued that cancer cells could be corrected by re-introducing missing peptides.

2015 Research
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