I'm normally not inclined to comment on message boards but am compelled to do so
in response to MyChildrensKeeper's comment. If this was a cure for cancer you
wouldn't want it. Really? All because it uses small amounts of gold and you
associate gold with money and not medicine. Would you decline an MRI because
you don't understand gadolinium and magnetic resonance physics? If your doctor
sits down with you and shows you the evidence of how these or any pills can save
your life I hope that is a decision you could make for yourself or your family.
$1000/pill is too much? At one pill a week you don't think $50k for the year is
enough to save your kid's life? This has little to do with drug companies. It
is most likely paid for by a government agency and if successful would be
acquired by pharma upon completion of a few successful clinical trials. That
means that your medication prices don't go up to cover the costs of failed
research attempts in pharma pipelines. More money should be dedicated to such
research. It gives people jobs and saves lives.
It is wonderful to see progress in such a remarkable field of study. We need
more of this type of work. What a great development.
Great Job! Sounds like a great idea. Cancer has taken several of those who I
love, we need to beat Cancer. Thanks for all of your research!! Hopefully
everything turns out very well with this.
It's really happening? We now have the real "Golden Pill" being
developed, at $1,000/nano pill?Something we can all celebrate and be
proud to have, your own private collection on golden nano pills. Instead of
people stealing drugs they steal your blood and melt down the nano pills.Cancer or not, wouldn't want them in me. And wouldn't it be easier and
cheaper to cure cancer if they went to the source of cancer manufacture and
development? Trying to treat cancer is costing too much even with insurance,
time to stop the carnage of cancer manufacturing by drug and chemical companies.