The Mouse That Cured
Cancer – White Blood Cells from Resistant Mice Also Prevented All Forms
– One Injection Lifetime Cure - Next Humans
May 25th 2006
In 1999 an unexpected event occurred when scientists injected cancer
cells into a group of mice; one mouse did not get the cancer. Even
after repeated injections the mouse did not get any type of cancer. It
appears the white blood cells from the mouse surrounded tumors and
proceeded to kill them, even in advanced forms of cancer.
Not only did the white blood cells kill the cancer in the original
mouse, they were able to kill advanced forms of cancer in ordinary mice
after injecting them with the white blood cells. According to Zheng
Cui, M.D, “Even highly aggressive forms of malignancy with extremely
large tumors were eradicated." Cui and his colleagues reported this in
the on-line edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.