Published on May 26, 2014
Andrew Hessel designs synthetic viruses and uses the latest 3D printing technology to create medicine that is designed individually for a single patient. The promise here is that once he succeeds to design a synthetic virus that is able to penetrate the medicine throughout the body of the patient, he can scale the solution and present the world an almost free and much more capable medicine against cancer.
Synthetic biology…it’s genetic engineering done with digital tools.
…You do all you genetic design on a computer and then there’s this brilliant machine called a synthesiser that prints out that DNA.
You put that DNA into a cell and you can make it do damn near anything fuel, drugs, enzymes, biochemicals
…cancer-breaking virus…actually using cancer cells to make the drug that kills them…”
Note: The ability to engineer or manipulate bacteria and viruses are boastfully stated as common practise, as well as being relatively cheap.
You can see how GcMAF totally destroys this embroynic pharma niche. A natural safe method undermines the custom gene-splicers.