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Author Topic: What concept or strategy has the most potential ????  (Read 1993 times)

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Offline texasdad

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What concept or strategy has the most potential ????
« on: December 24, 2010, 06:23:28 PM »
Based on the latest news of the Berlin Patient, Is stem cell therapy the most promising?

Or is it another approach, BavaxItimaub, Sudhir Pauls-Abzyme, Dermavir, Geovax, The Italian vaccine, ...etc.

I know there is still alot of research and trials to be done before we see something for the masses, but if you had to double down on something, which one looks the most promising.

Im new to some of the science behind the various strategy's and concepts, but i see alot of you guys have some insight on how these ideas should translate toward a functional cure or eradication, what are your thoughts heading into the 2011?

Offline surf18

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Re: What concept or strategy has the most potential ????
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2010, 12:41:22 AM »
this is a wonderful post. i read all these wonderful studies and they are so over my head in meaning. im thinking one of these things has to be the anser in 2011. my thought is , this is the year it ends. the cure functional or otherwise and vaccine happen. really right we read all these things and they are right on the door step. prayers answered.


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