Stanford University Cures Cancer with Vaccine in Mice Experiments

February 5, 2018 NY Daily News 0

Dr. Ronald Levy of Stanford University is reporting that a vaccine using two immune stimulators to target tumors in mice cured 87 out of 90 mice in the first effort and all traces of the specifically targeted cancer were eliminated from the animal’s entire body. [This is great news, not only because it appears to be effective, but because immune stimulators, if they are taken from nature, should be very inexpensive to mass produce. However, if the pharmaceutical industry follows true to form, the ‘vaccine’ will be absurdly expensive. We shall see.]