|Source: Mama Natural|
|source: National Geographic|
So let's imagine an scenario where drugs like curcumin are developed and are delivered directly to tumor cells using nanodevices for treating advanced patients. Pretty much like in the recent movie Transcendence, with the amazing difference that we did not need artificial intelligence to come up with the idea, we can already figure it out ourselves by combining creatively different types of knowledge. And what about the knowledge coming from understanding the anti-cancer mechanisms in naked mole rats and spontaneous regression in humans?, I think this will boost as well a family of drugs (or perhaps nutritional supplements?) that can activate those mechanisms in our cells and develop a potent anti-cancer destruction response right before the tumor starts to become out of control. And off course for the scientists that enjoy curiosity, this knowledge will be a tasty apfelstrudel of information to just simply understand how human cells proliferate and how they can avoid cancer just for the sake of feeding curiosity.
Remember: The cure for boredom is curiosity since there is no cure for curiosity! - Dorothy Parker.