Great news to start the new year!!!
László G. Boros, MD, a former Hirshberg Seed Grant recipient to study novel mechanisms that lead to the development of pancreatic cancer, recently published an article in Medical Hypotheses. Dr. Boros’ recent publication, titled “Submolecular regulation of cell transformation by deuterium depleting water exchange reactions in the tricarboxylic acid substrate cycle” is co-authored by prominent collaborators from Johns Hopkins University; HYD,LLC; Morsani College of Medicine (University of South Florida) and the University of Arizona Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The article clarifies the cancer causing mechanism or the oncoisotopic role of deuterium, which is a rare natural isotope of hydrogen. It has been long known that deuterium replacements in hydrogen bridges damaged DNA, secondary structures and membrane transport. The new research clarifies how normal cells discriminate against deuterium and how tumor cells lack this process. The authors offer a metabolic “trick” using deuterium depleted water as a low cost effective new drug, now produced in the European Union. The water can restore normal DNA functions to prevent or treat cancer, even in advanced cases. The paper identifies deuterium as an oncoisotope to explain many oncogene and oncometabolite cell damaging functions to prevent pancreatic cancer.
We thank the team for the direction towards natural treatments without side effects.
Congratulations to all!!!