Friday, October 26, 2012

Crowdsourcing A Treatment For The Cancer That Killed Steve Jobs

There is an experimental, cancer-killing virus sitting in a freezer in Sweden right now, but no pharmaceutical company wants to pay for its clinical trial. Maybe you do?

Crowdsourcing A Treatment For The Cancer That Killed Steve Jobs

When Steve Jobs died last year at age 56, we heard a lot about the pancreatic cancer that killed him. What few news reports mentioned is that the Apple founder had a neuroendocrine tumor--a kind of tumor that affects hormone-producing cells. These tumors are rare, they generally can’t be cured by chemotherapy when they’re malignant, and they can occur throughout the body.

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