This was to be a no blog Sunday, ha! With so many other pressing matters, I'd pseudo-promised myself that my time would be fully focused on those tasks... But, don't hate me because I'm beautiful (#ijs #lol) nor because I kinda lied. I couldn't help it. I peeked at my email trying to keep it down in the triple digits as opposed to four, and well, there it was....medicalnewstoday (MNT), 'engineered probiotics...more effective weapon against colon cancer...By now I am pi**ed off and wonder aloud, should I just go quietly away, like I had for the past 35 years of practice as a western medicine pharmacist, not connecting information or dots-(preventing colon cancer is the only 100% effective, side-effect free cure that has minimal costs) and contribute, albeit by default, to not giving patients accurate information, not being transparent, and in so doing, laying in bed with big pharma/Flexner Report kind of mentality?
So here's the deal→ "Researchers at at the National University of Singapore are investigating new ways to treat colorectal cancer and to prevent its recurrence and have started experimenting with a mix of engineered probiotics and substances derived from cruciferous vegetables — such as broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts — to, ultimately, devise an effective anti-cancer "cocktail" from readily available ingredients."
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