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A Personal Quest to Find a Cure for Cancer

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Dr. Mark Davis was enjoying a successful career as a chemical engineer, until his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, ten years later, he’s created a revolutionary nanoparticle drug that has reversed terminal cancer in one test patient. This story is featured in "Curious," a series co-produced by Thirteen/WNET. Dr. Davis is joined by series producer Mark Mannucci and Ray Natha, the cancer patient featured in the story.

Guests:

Dr. Mark Davis, Mark Mannucci and Ray Natha
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Comments [4]

Stephanie from NYC

So glad to hear you are reporting on issues like this new cancer therapy, new public tv series and also the grossly underreported humanitarian crises around the world. Thank you!

Jan. 03 2008 01:32 PM
Bob Young from Madison, NJ

Check out the clinical trial page...pancreatic cancer is on the list...
http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct/show/NCT00333502?order=1

Jan. 03 2008 01:28 PM
Meredith from Manhattan

Has this drug been used to treat pancreatic cancer?

Jan. 03 2008 01:23 PM
Bob Young from Madison, NJ

Saw the IT 101 story some time back on PBS...one can only hope that this man is TRULY on to something...fascinating...

Jan. 03 2008 01:10 PM

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