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"The biggest obstacle" to a true war against cancer, Watson wrote, may be "the inherently conservative nature of today's cancer research establishments." As long as that's so, "curing cancer will always be 10 or 20 years away."  Sharon Begley | Reuters Jan 9, 2013

BLAST and personalized medicine

“Absolutely no patient should be sent home to die from a tumor where the normal tissue of origin is no longer present.  These tumors are easily targeted with antibodies.  They don’t have to be tumor specific - just tissue specific with the latter being a very low hurdle.”

Access to the BLAST Process

As a patient, you OWN your tissue

A critical component of making personalized antibodies to your tumor is obtaining a sample of freshly resected tumor or cells.  While it isn’t a requisite, it is the one sure way to guarantee that antibodies generated and selected are assured of binding your tumor.