I do my best to keep up to date on all of the latest ideas on different ways to beat or even control any type of cancer. I’ve seen too many people effected by one strain or another in ways that never end pleasantly. And if that could eventually come to an end, I can’t imagine too many people would complain if it were that easy to start treating diseases that effect so many dang people.
A company called Cryo-Cell has buddied up pretty recently with the National Institutes of Health in an effort to bulk up their research:
They will conduct an exploratory study to determine if stem cells collected from menstrual blood can be used in the potential treatment of breast cancer.
It sounds extremely gross. I’m totally with you on that. But all of a sudden, things seem a whole heck of a lot less gross when you think about the good that something as limited in its invasiveness as that can wind up doing.
I don’t know a lot about Cyro-Cell, its history, or anything of the like. It just gets me a little excited when companies are as excited as they are about the different type of groundbreaking activities they have in mind. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that it’s really going to do a lot of good.