Superbowl Breast Cancer Cure In The Red Zone --- Close To A Successful Touch Down
By Brittany Boutte on January 29, 2013
February 3, 2013 By Barrons Medical Journal Reporting ---- New Orleans NFL Super Bowl Week -----< Business--Wire>
Barron Medical Journal 3rd Annual Super Bowl Breast Cancer Report:
Breast Cancer Cure In The Red Zone --- Close To A Successful Touch Down
New Orleans ( AP ) Approximately 30% of malignant breast cancers demonstrate
overamplification of the human epidermal receptor type 2 (HER2) gene. HER-2 can be resistant to low-doses of anthracycline-based chemotherapy.
The Good News is that science has advanced. Sections of microarray provide targets for parallel in situ detection of DNA, RNA and protein targets in each specimen on the array. The better News is that Genomics is on the Clock. Genomics provide a faster cheaper more effective way to detect the Her2 gene by using Semiconductor Sequencing. A example of this technique is Gennxeix Biotech Inc Semiconductor Sequencing. "Quantum Theory" In Action for Breast Cancer Patients. One of the major player and touch down makers for breast cancer is Houston Texas Methodist Hospital. In A clinical Trial A Rev. Noel Denison, a retired Methodist minister, was diagnosed with locally advanced HER2-positive breast cancer and is enrolled in the study at Methodist, one of only two locations in the United States. The clinical trial is for locally advanced or metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer and combines standard chemotherapy with trastuzumab emtansine, better known in the breast cancer world as T-DM1, and pertuzumab, a monoclonal antibody that also attaches to HER2 on cancer cells. Using Genomics and semiconductors to detect breast cancer plus T-DM1 to treat breast
cancer is a winning combination. What is T-DM1? T-DM1 is in a new class of cancer-fighting agents called antibody drug conjugates. By combining the antibody trastuzumab directly with docetaxel (standard chemotherapy) and/or pertuzumab, the T-DMI is designed to attack the tumor cells directly and deliver the chemotherapy. Trastuzumab emtansine (T-DM1) consists of our proprietary DM1 cancer-killing agent attached to the HER2-binding antibody, trastuzumab, developed by Genentech (a member of the Roche Group) using our linker and methods of attachment. Trastuzumab emtansine is in global development by Roche under a collaboration agreement between ImmunoGen and Genentech. Marketing applications for trastuzumab emtansine are under review in the US and Europe. The Defense and the most dangerous aspect of breast cancer is its ability to spread to distant sites, most tumors are initially unable to do that Learning more specifically what triggers metastases may provide additional targets for preventing and treating the malignant process that causes cancer deaths. It’s widely accepted that cancers acquire the ability to spread through the gradual accumulation of genetic changes, and experiments have also shown that these changes occur in parallel with changes in the protein content and 3-dimensional patterning of the protein meshwork that creates their immediate surroundings Gene that stops the growth of KCNK9 Genes is gene is p53. p53 is a fundamental determinant of cancer susceptibility, p53 integrates stress signals and elicits apoplectic responses that maintain genomic stability. When cells sense a decrease in oxygen availability (hypoxia), they develop adaptive responses in order to sustain this condition and survive. If hypoxia lasts too long or is too severe, the cells eventually die. Hypoxia is also known to modulate the p53 pathway, in a manner dependent or not of HIF-1 (hypoxia-inducible factor-1), the main transcription factor activated by hypoxia. The p53 protein is a transcription factor, which is rapidly stabilized by cellular stresses
and which has a major role in the cell responses to these stresses. This process is why it is important Conrad says for people that are first degree relatives of breast cancer patients, must take a genomic test to see if they are the carrier of gene KCNK9. By identifying this gene we can direct patients with the correct advise as to deal with the fact that they have a lunp on the breast to they are going to get a lump on their breast. Often what happens is that a breast cancer patients dose not go to the doctor or take important test to see if there is a lump on the breast. what happens is the spread of breast cancer is responsible for more than 90 percent of breast cancer deaths.
Super Bowl Week In New Orleans 2013 will see a Touch down and a Championship in a breast cancer cure before the end of President Obama 2nd Term
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