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  1. Vadim Shapoval

    Scientists, Proteins, Scientific Conspiracy Theories and Father of Oncology. Scientists have uncovered a protein that not only boosts immunity to cancer but also has the ability to fight viruses, an unexpected discovery because the protein previously had no known function and was unlike any other protein. Not all scientific conspiracy theories are wrong, the Father of Oncology explains. Conspiracy theories are immensely popular today. Conspiracy theories are easy to propagate and difficult to refute. Cancer is the name given to a collection of related diseases; cancer can start almost anywhere in the human body, which is made up of trillions of cells, the U.S. National Cancer Institute says. Cancer is a disease of iron-overloaded cells. Proteins are constructed from a set of 20 amino acids and have distinct three-dimensional shapes. At the cellular level, cancer occurs when cellular iron overload chaotically affects cellular molecules (proteins are large cellular molecules) and organelles, the Father of Oncology says. Primary tumors always develop at body sites of excessive iron deposits. Personalized clinical iron-deficiency methods can neutralize micrometastases. Surgery (ceramic blades) and direct intratumoral injections of iron-deficiency agents (ceramic needles) can eliminate tumors and metastases. Cancer costs the world economy nearly US$3 trillion every year. That is why scientific iron/cancer information-1905-2015 is largely ignored. One day, cancer will be chained to the iron chains, Vanga said. HIV is a priority for all health authorities in all countries over the world as one of the main dangers for individual’s health. HIV/AIDS affects every country in the world and in many infection rates are increasing rapidly. HIV drugs cost a lot of money. Today, an estimated 42 million people live with HIV/AIDS; the Father of Oncology lives without HIV/AIDS. Iron is essential for all pathogens. Viruses need iron for survival, growth and multiplication. Many macromolecules contain iron. When a virus particle is removed from its host it behaves like other macromolecules, such as hemoglobin. Viruses often express proteins that modify host-cell processes so as to maximize viral replication. A slow virus is a virus, etiologically associated with a disease, having a long incubation period of months to years. Iron-deficiency methods can affect the growth and multiplication of slow viruses. Personalized clinical iron-deficiency methods can neutralize HIV. Understanding how iron metabolism and viral infection interact might suggest new iron-deficiency methods to control HIV. Scientists can refute scientific conspiracy theories. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Vadim Shapoval

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