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Justinb

I think you will find the same wall on this as with medical marijuana.
They cannot patent these things so they will not spend the thousands/millions of dollars to do a clinical trial. The money aspect is all important, saving lives are secondary. And they will absolutely refuse to accept any independent clinical trials, because they didn't approve them.
Standard cancer treatments only work with (I think I read some place) less than 10% of the people. That's why most people assume a cancer diagnosis is a death sentence. With my wife, the doctor was administering two drugs, both of which said to keep a very close watch on white blood cell count. Of course the doctor did not do that and she died from pneumonia that she caught when her white blood cell count dropped to 1.1 (normal is about 11-13). But, forget about malpractice - that don't happen in the present political environment.