A group of Israeli scientists say a cure for cancer is available, even optimistically predicting it will be found within a year.
But at least one expert in the US questioned the legitimacy of the potential cure, and said it was more likely than just another claim to a list of "irresponsible and ultimately cruel false promises" for cancer patients.
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Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd. , MuTaTo, comparable to an antibiotic, which uses a multidimensional approach similar to treatment in HIV patients. The Israeli team has told The Jerusalem Post that this treatment is based on a combination of several peptides for each cancer cell, which is said to eliminate the chances of avoiding by mutation.
"This is more likely to be the long line of false, irresponsible and ultimately cruel false promises for cancer patients."
"We believe that we will offer a full cure for cancer for one year, "said Dan Aridor of AEBi.
The company's CEO, Dr. Ilan Morad, said that MuTaTo is also working to target cancer stem cells by eliminating chances of repetition, such as Ariador claims to be effective on Day 1 and cause "no or minimal side effects at a much lower cost than most other treatments."
"Our solution will be both generic and personal," said Aridor.
But Dr. Ben Neale, director of the Perlmutra Cancer Center and New York Lance Health, is skeptical, telling Fox News by e-mail: "Of course, cancer treatment is the goal of everyone who comes to work every day in the cancer center – and if that company actually cure cancer, they will have my congratulations and thanks, but cancer is numerous diseases and it is very unlikely that this company has found a cancer cure, more than a cure for infections . "
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Not yet tested in humans, although Ari Miss claims that he has shown success in mice and is approaching the stage of the clinical trial
Neel said: "This is more likely to be another long-standing series of false, irresponsible and ultimately cruel false promises to patients with cancer. "