University of Iowa Scientist Might Have Found Cancer’s “Magic Bullet”

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Dr. David Soll and his “magic bullet” might be the feel-good story you need today.

Cancer, one of the most devastating and mysterious killers known to man, is the center of many peoples’ sadness and pain, even in an age of medical miracles. Most people have lost faith in a definitive “cure for cancer” but it remains the desperate hope of millions of people suffering from one of cancer’s many tragic incarnations.

While researching at the University of Iowa, Soll and his team have been well equipped to fight cancer at its source. The university is a leading cancer research center with sophisticated tools and the nation’s antibody bank at its disposal. This means that Soll was capable of studying the way tumors grow and form particularly intricately and, later, had very few barriers to obtaining a near infinite supply of pricey specialized biological cures.

“We discovered a Mechanism where tumors are formed by cells and aggregates being pulled together by specialized cells,” Soll said to CBS 2 Iowa. These cells, which have been seen to be instrumental in the recurrence and metastasization of cancer might be the key to fighting cancer at its root. Groups of these cells from three types of melanoma were treated with four “drugs or drug-like antibodies” specially designed by Soll and his team to fight these cells and all four worked. That is truly remarkable.

Michele Morice, David’s late wife, died of cancer in 2010. But, like the champion this story deserves, he doesn’t let his pain cloud his research. “If you make it personal, you can’t do science.” Soll said, “It’s like if you’re in a fight and you lose your temper, you’re going to lose that fight.” With a purpose like “curing all cancer” combined with Soll’s monk-like humility and focus, it’s hard to not root for this picture of a 1970 University of Wisconsin graduate.

His groovy aesthetic aside, Soll’s recent, self-funded, discovery could change the world. Bringing an end to cancer with an antibody would be a miraculous, simple, and potent cure. In Dr. Soll’s words a “magic bullet,” could be in the works in Iowa City, while it is generally discounted by most of the scientific community. Thankfully, due to his disciplined work across the college of Biology, he can self-fund this research without fear of losing a vital research grant.

It feels like some sort of justice that the killer of a quarter of all human beings be slain in such a dramatic fashion by someone so deeply touched by its ravages.

Gavin Hanson

Gavin Hanson

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Gavin edits and writes here at Liberty Viral and also writes at The Libertarian Republic. He attends school at the University of Iowa, majoring in History and Communication Studies.
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  • John Walton

    Amazing, self funded! It really does make you wonder if the cure has already been known, but kept from the people through the corrupt apparatus that has become our political/media/corporate/military industrial complex rulers in order to protect profits. We know this has been done in the past by oil companies that have shut down amazing alternative power inventions, by buying them and shelving them. We also have seen JP Morgan pull Tesla’s free zero point energy projects funding when he learned it wouldn’t make him a dime. If a cure for cancer is going to be found it will be done when someone like this finds it themselves and releases the research to the world without having to worry about the approval of the grant writers.

    • Charles Martel Infidel-Goy

      True, but zero point energy has never been demonstrated scientifically. It contradicts everything we think we know about physics.

      • John Walton

        I like how you worded that, “think we know”, the problem with that, is Tesla was light years ahead of scientific understanding at the time. He believed the universe and all mass was somehow a function of “waves”. We now know through quantum mechanics that this is correct. The universe is less “particle” than it is “wave”. Quantum physics, in many ways completely contradicts Newtonian physics. It begs the question, did we build an entire field of science based upon principals that are not based in reality, but because by sheer coincidence we were able to make the math work we adopted it as fact. What if, its not that its wrong, because they’re is a formula that can be used to integrate the physics of the seen that perfectly merges witness the physics of the unseen? Yes, I know it’s the holy grail of theoretical physics, “the theory of everything”, but considering quantum physics constantly violates Newtonian physics, we have to be missing something that either proves we’ve manufactured Newtonian physics based on a false premise and there are formulas and processes yet to be discovered at work in the quantum realm that will supplant the entire Newtonian paradigm. It’s well documented that Tesla built his machines entirely in his head and could determine whether JD would work or not without writing down a thing. Perhaps, he discovered a lot more, that is lost to history because his genius died with him.

  • Charles Martel Infidel-Goy

    Great research!