Science Daily â€” By joining a sugar to a short-chain fatty acid compound, Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a two-pronged molecular weapon that kills cancer cells in lab tests. The researchers cautioned that their double-punch molecule, described in the December issue of the journal Chemistry & Biology, has not yet been tested on animals or humans. Nevertheless, they believe it represents a promising new strategy for fighting the deadly disease.
Could we link a sugar to Pelosi's price control plan for seniors and get the same therapeutic explosion. Heck, I would even support Byron Dorgan in opposing stuffed molasses in from Canada at a lower price for that to happen... apparently the Senator who supports using price controls from Canada on medicines opposes reimportation of stuffed molasses from the same country to get around sugar tariffs imposed on behalf of sugar producers in the US, particularly in Lousiana, home of Senator David Vitter who courageously blocked a vote to confirm Andy von Eschenbach in order to bar customs officials from seizing counterfeit drugs at the Canadian border.