What the internet is saying about Israelis’ claim for cancer cure




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When Israeli scientists on Monday launched they’ve discovered a cure for cancer, and that it is going to be on the market in “a year’s time,” the internet predictably caught hearth, ruminating on what it means for treatment and Mideast politics.

The treatment, often called MuTaTo for multi-target toxin, will use a mixture of cancer-targeting peptides and a toxin that may significantly kill cancer cells in a reportedly cost-effective technique, in response to the Jerusalem Post. The treatment will in the end be personalised and a specific cocktail of the treatment could be given to victims based on their form of cancer, the New York Post reported.

Naturally, the internet is saying heaps about this most likely life-changing medical discovery:

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