Romanians discover potential for universal cancer medicine
November 5, 2010Posted by on
Title sounds like just another tabloid headline. Well, may not necessarily be the case this time:
“Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine (in New York, a.r.a.v. note), in collaboration with investigators of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) of France led by Nicolae Ghinea, PhD, have found a common link among several malignant tumor types in all grades of cancer. This breakthrough may ultimately provide a new diagnostic or therapeutic target to detect cancer early or stop tumor growth. (ScienceDaily (Oct. 21, 2010)”
Romanians Nicolae Ghinea, living in Paris, and Aurelian Radu (New York) coordinate the researcher teams who just discovered the potential for a cancer cure.
Read the whole article from Science Daily here.
An exclusive article and interview from the Romanian press, here (Google translated).