SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT ON CANCER TREATMENT USING GOLD
Egyptian scientists have successfully tested cancer treatment with gold in animals, opening up a lot of hope for humans.
According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Cairo, speaking on January 3 during the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the National Research Center of Egypt, Professor Mostafa al-Sayed, leader of the research group on cancer treatment with gold, emphasizing that this new treatment has shown positive results.
Professor Ahmed Abdoun, a member of the research team, added that the team had determined the effectiveness of gold molecules in treating breast and skin cancer with gold molecules in animals such as dogs and cats, as well as in treating melanoma in horses.
Egyptian scientists successfully tested cancer treatment with gold on animals
According to Professor Abdoun, the trial results show that treating cancer with gold molecules does not harm the heredity of the animal’s body or can lead to physical deformities.
Experiments were conducted on 30 dogs, 9 cats and 2 horses carrying melanoma. The animals were clinically examined by determining body temperature and tumor size, as well as undergoing blood and tumor tissue biopsies to determine cancer stages.
According to this particular method, gold molecules (50 nanometers in size) are introduced into the tumor 10 minutes before the laser is used to interact with the gold molecules in the tumor. The condition will have a positive improvement in the period of 5-32 days.
Professor Abdoun added that the treatment results for these animals ranged from 62-87%, depending on the type of tumor. In particular, cancer treatments using gold molecules have no side effects on liver and kidney functions.
Egypt is currently considered a pioneer in the field of cancer treatment with gold molecules.