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Reversal of Cancer by Dual Strategy?

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ABSTRACT

I present herewith a concise historic account of our development of the new technique for cancer therapy: Reversal of Cancer by Dual Strategy. This new method is based on the possible correction of the mitochondrial filamentation defect of tumors plus minor cytotoxicity addressed to the anoxic and fagocitic tumors redoubts, using the administration of the anticancer agents with a chrono-therapeutic emphasis on the patients mobility. Such methods probably will reach patients in the near future with the collaboration of private clinical trials mainly at least in the USA, Europe and Japan. Only the more essential references of this effort are provided.

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M. Gosalvez, "Reversal of Cancer by Dual Strategy?," Journal of Cancer Therapy, Vol. 4 No. 2, 2013, pp. 518-520. doi: 10.4236/jct.2013.42064.

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