Saturday, November 24, 2012

Sons of the Sevenless

SONS OF THE SEVENLESS/Hypothesis for cancer Research

As we move forward here at CRBCM, we are increasingy  fond of one line of molecules;
first because of their name, and because we believe that their inhibitors could be the answer to the resistance
to some of the medications already in our armamentarium, namely Avastin,  Imatinib and Herceptin.  We believe that the Sons of The Sevenless which are regulator molecules switching on RAS would break resistance to Tyrosine Kinase resistance.  Sons of the Sevenless, what a name!  But don't you remember they say: "KILL THE SWITCH" AND DARK WILL COME.   THE SWITCH IS THE SONS OF THE SEVENLESS...BASAL CELL CANCER OF THE BREAST, THE CRBCM IS AFTER YOU...SINCE THE SUGGESTION THAT BASAL CELL CANCER OF THE BREAST IS LIKE OVARIAN CANCER BY ITS GENOME.  MARK MY WORD: KILLING THE SONS OF THE SEVENLESS OR KILLING THE SWITCH IS THE KEY TO TREATMENT.

ADDING TAXANE (or better yet an Anti-Kinesin) AFTER KILLING THE SWITCH (SONS OF THE SEVENLESS) WILL TURN ON THE MITOCHONDRIAL CASPASE BY AN INHERENT REFLEX MECHANISM WHICH WILL BYPASS BCL-2.  THAT'S HOW YOU LEAD TO CANCER CURE!

OH BY THE WAY,  ADDING STELAZINE TO AVASTIN MAY JUST DO THE TRICK FOR RECURRENT BRAIN TUMORS TOO. IT IS AN ANTI-CALMODULIN AFTER ALL!

RESEARCH IS ON AT CRBCM.  
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