When creating something new that's never been done before, it takes courage and numbers.
What we're doing is new. We are truly pioneering a new, faster, better and safer technology to test for cancer and eventually other diseases. We are walking down a bold new path and we need your help.
Our first goal is to recognize and diagnose cancer earlier, easier and with less risk to the body.
Using x-rays is a technology that's 122 years old. Even a modern CT scan will use x-rays yet it's a known medical fact that x-rays are a carcinogen. Too many x-ray scans and we can cause the very cancer we're trying to stop. Doing an MRI is expensive to the hospital and insurance which they're against doing often. So our first goal was to create something better, something less expensive and less damaging. We are in the research and development stage of creating a new way to identify cancer externally without risk of high radiation. This would also map where it is even in its smallest form. Testing would become routine and more frequent. Making detection earlier than any other method.
A Cancer Cure
There's a lot of talk about various electronic devices. Some make bold and unsubstantiated claims and others are accepted diagnostic tools. What we do is test, document and prove or disprove what could be next. Not only are we discovering the right path to a new technology, we are also tearing down the false and distracting wrong paths.
We're keeping an open mind, but a clinical one. We base our advances on proven, repeatable results. Or, we know the reasons why some times it works and some times it doesn't. Our goal is to bring forth technologies that new from new areas. If we pursue all possibilities from all directions, we make greater progress overall.
Like human DNA, we are pioneering a way to fingerprint cancer and eventually every disease. Being able to detect specific types of cancer and examine its growth will give us new directions towards a cure. To our knowledge no project of this size and scope has been done before. But we need your help. Help us change the world.
Building Blocks Of Research
We've added to our database of research by cataloging previously known treatments that have had some kind of curative effect. We're constantly finding new ways to steer and refine our theories of what works and what doesn't. Eventually we'd like form a cooperative that shares this knowledge and proven results.
Creating A Plan
Our plans have been evolving for the past few years. We've started with our own technique for scanning a body without using as much radiation as conventional scanning techniques such as x-rays. This process is propitiatory and is the cornerstone of our eventual path to a cure.
Part of our need for cancer research funding is the ever increasing need for more complex and expensive equipment as we refine our methods and results.
We'd like to believe that part of our formula for success is that we have a diversified collection of people who bring different skills to the table.
Another need for funding is a larger facility. Part of our testing can be done in other professional service labs, but we can accomplish more and get results faster if we use more of our own equipment.
As we progress along an idea, it's important to document and regulate all of our research materials and procedures. Repeatability is a hallmark to any solid research and we want to be able to have clear steps to repeat our results.
Using Social Media
There are several purposes for our position on social media. First, we want to inform and educate people on any new advancements that happen. Secondly we want others to connect with our social network and share thoughts and exchange ideas. Helping and Volunteering is not just about writing a check or setting up chairs for an event. We all have skill sets we've learned in life and there's always a way to apply those. If you think you can help with something you're good at, then we want to know about it. So please take a moment to visit us on our social media pages and spread the word: