HIV Virus Being Used to Treat (and Possibly Cure) Cancer
Scientist Myung-Haing Cho of South Korea modified a lentivirus (HIV is a commonly known example of a lentivirus) to treat lung cancer in mice with spectacular results.
This treatment has now been used on a handful of human patients.
One of whom was a six-year-old girl dying of Leukemia.
Her story is amazing and gives hope that the The Emperor of All Maladies, as Siddhartha Mukherjee named it, will soon be dethroned.
Did you know there are still drive-in movie theaters in Los Angeles? My friend Danica from Everywhere Society invited us
Crepitus: Possibly a legitimate Roman god of flatulence, or a potentially overblown deity thanks to historical Christian satire and French