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Old 11-02-2011, 10:29 PM   #1
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Question Possible Cancer Research?

Hello, I'm new here and I have really been wondering about this for a really long time. It's kind of complicated and wordy and I'm no geniuous, but hopefully somebody here can help me out... I want to know if cancer cells have any similarities with any other normal cell's codon patterns; and if they do, I'm wondering if the specific STOP codon can be isolated from the RNA within that similar cell and somehow implanted into the cancer cell's ribosomes to combat the sickness from within. Now I know this sounds really out there but I really do believe that with enough research and the right minds and technology on any matter, we as humans can overcome any challenge as a whole. So if anybody has anything to say or add, please do.

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