Enantiomers Present in Serum Carry Cancer and/or Recovery Status Information


Human blood serum of cancer, cancer-recovered and healthy patients contains laevorotatory and dextrorotatory B2 active molecules. The laevorotatory B2 active carriers in patient serum carry information on the cancer status while the dextrorotatory B2 active carriers carry information on the recovered and/or healthy patient status. Their magneto-optical characteristic is analysed by the B2 Magneto Optical Circular Birefringence. By applying the MOCB experimental technique, it is possible to differentiate between the cancer and non-cancer patients. The paper introduces a purely molecular physics approach for description of the cancer/recovered and also non-cancer patients status.

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Surma, M. (2014) Enantiomers Present in Serum Carry Cancer and/or Recovery Status Information. Journal of Cancer Therapy, 5, 618-621. doi: 10.4236/jct.2014.56071.

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