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March 25, 1994 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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DEERE SEASON

breast and uterine ma-
lignancies and others.
Within three days, close to
100 per cent of the cancerous
cells were completely
destroyed, confirming the in
vivo data on the anti-cancer
compound. The combined
results were beyond my in-
itial expectations.
"So far, we can safely say
that this has opened up
whole new fields and
avenues regarding cancer
treatment. Nevertheless, a
great deal of work remains
to be carried out, including
tests on human patients.
Dr. Barnea disclosed that
the discovery of the corn-
pound had evolved from
studies and observations on
the process of human repro-
duction and research into
"the basic mechanisms of
life.'
Dr. Barnea has come
under fire from medical and
scientific colleagues for an-
n o u n c i n g his
"breakthrough" in an inter-
view with the Jerusalem
Post instead of in a profes-
sional journal.
Dr. Barnea replied that he
wanted to protect his pa-
tients' rights and to ensure
his findings would be de-
veloped in Israel.
Had he sought to publish
in a respected medical jour-
nal, he would have had to
submit his findings for
prepublication appraisal by
experts, Dr. Barnea explain-
ed.
He said he decided to avoid
that after learning of ex-
periments abroad which
might lead to a similar
discovery.
"My main interest is to en-
sure that this discovery be
completed and developed in
Israel, hopefully in connec-
tion with the Rambam
Hospital and the Technion,"
he said, mentioning a well-
known Haifa hospital and
the Israel Institute of
Technology located in Haifa.
"The information about
the research work being
done abroad, in sophisti-
cated and fully equipped
laboratories, put a time limit
on my own experiments,"
Dr. Barnea said.
"I felt that publicizing the
results of my work in the
field was the only way to in-
itiate the momentum to
press ahead."
Professor Natan Trainin,
vice chairman of the Israel
Cancer Association,
welcomed the announce-
ment.
"We are naturally very
happy about any progress
achieved in science, and es-
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