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Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery

Animation showing how nanoparticles can be used to deliver drugs.

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13 Comments on Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery

  1. There’s nanoparticles in the covid jab. A few researchers believe this is what’s causing so many deaths from the jab. They don’t know what they’ve unleashed onto man – or maybe they do.

  2. I worked for the company that created the first FDA-approved nanoparticle drug, Abraxane which was approved in 2005. There are a lot of different nano forms of delivery, the key idea is that being that small it can pass through blood vessel walls. Ours took an existing drug, Paclitaxel, and blending it with albumin which is a simple protein. The other version of the drug, Taxol, suspended the Paclitaxel in a castor oil blend, which had serious side effects for the patient.
    So with Taxol, the patient already has cancer, then is injected with a powerful drug which has its own serious side effects, suspended in castor oil which has other serious side effects – so much that they had to pretreat the patient with steroids, which have their own side effects. With Abraxane the patient gets the drug mixed with a protein, which the cancer cells target as food and then ingest the drug. Because it isn’t as hard on the patient the dose was 50% higher.
    Oh and it is ridiculously expensive, I think around $15k per dose and that was 15 years ago.
    The company was owned by Patrick Soon-Shiong, now the second-wealthiest guy in L.A. (or the wealthiest if Elon moved to Texas), who also owns the L.A. Times. He was a nice guy but pretty well screwed the minions for the money they deserved. I left when the management got bad.

  3. After losing my everything(A #1) to cancer last month after a 3 years of chemo this would have been a blessing. Bittersweet post for me, but if it can save someone.. what a blessing!

  4. Go watch The Truth About Cancer – there are a ton of non big pharma options and avenues to try some that are not even very costly, very effective and that is why they have a top dozen health experts they target on misinformation. – they threaten the big pharma bottom line.

  5. Good news for Hunter.

    I hear he is still HOOPING them up his ass when he has to wear a bathing suit in front of the Secret Service & Media.

  6. Wasn’t this being discussed (20?) years ago with the invention of Bucky Balls?

  7. We’ve had the technology to eradicate ourselves for some time now.
    Just a matter of time before some nihilistic idiot(s) use it.

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