How Young Blood May Cure Cancer
The Life Extension Foundation® has donated $800,000 to the South Florida Bone
Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute to fund a research project where activated immune cells from young people will be transfused into cancer patients with the objective of achieving a remission, complete response, or cure.
The delay in moving forward with this project is that not enough young people have come forward to donate their blood.
There is a provision for compensation to be paid to donors for time and travel.
If you know healthy potential donors between the ages of 18 and 35, please forward this email or reach out to them. Their participation could result in a revolutionary advance in cancer treatment with the potential to save human lives.
If you or a family member has cancer and would like to benefit from the activated blood of younger relatives, it might be possible for your younger relatives to donate their activated blood to you.
Below is a one-page description of this ambitious research program with
Please consider assisting in this humanitarian act to save some of the 1,500
Americans who perish from cancer every day.