Mr. Trump, Why Is Your Administration Helping Kill Women?

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    Vaccine Treatment for Prostate Cancer
    Sipuleucel-T (Provenge) is a cancer vaccine. Unlike traditional vaccines, which boost the body’s immune system to help prevent infections, this vaccine boosts the immune system to help it attack prostate cancer cells....This vaccine is made specifically for each man. To make it, white blood cells (cells of the immune system) are removed from your blood over a few hours while you are hooked up to a special machine. The cells are then sent to a lab, where they are exposed to a protein from prostate cancer cells called prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP). The cells are then sent back to the doctor’s office or hospital, where they are given back to you by infusion into a vein (IV). This process is repeated 2 more times, 2 weeks apart, so that you get 3 doses of cells. The cells help your other immune system cells attack the prostate cancer.
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    This process is right now, as we sit, approved for use in men by the FDA. The IDENTICAL embryological tissue type corollary in women (uterine cells), the most common type of killer for women's gynecological cancers, remains without the same exact process known to work.

    Taking the protein signatures from cancer cells is not limited to prostate cancer. It can be done with any cancer. What works even better is if they get a biopsied tumor sample and use it's varied genetic signatures to produce an even more comprehensive immune response to that particular type of cell protein.

    One is approved and helping lives. The other is simply not available. Not even for compassionate uses. More here: BigCancer Industry Throws Women Under The Bus

    Simply put, Trump's FDA has decided men can live and women can die. Not long ago (2016, a DEMOCRAT administration compassionate fast-track), the FDA ramrodded through, as a favor to BigPharma, the use of Keytruda for cancers that hadn't even passed clinical testing for it's use. The reason why it was shoved through (thankfully) is because of other cancer it did have an effect on and the surmised prediction that how it worked with that cancer (solid tumor by general attack from the body's immune system hyped up), it would work with others.

    So given that prostate and uterine cells are basically the same cell type, why isn't there a vaccine for women while one for men is FDA approved? Using the same logic as the Keytruda push-through, we should see the same policy. But we don't. And as I said before I suspect that because uterine cancer is the most common type, in order for Trump's BigCancer to continue to get your sympathy donations and maintain it's cruel and archaic methods of treatment (chemo/radiation) and all the college degrees reliant upon those industries, they hand-selected a very large group of cancer patients (the largest, women uterine) to throw under the bus. (to knowingly deny treatment to. Put simply, to slaughter for money).

    Mr. Trump? Your Administration's thoughts? Is it time for a Keytruda-type fast track for a surmised (but not proven) fast-track for a women's uterine cancer vaccine? Same cell type. Same basic proven process. Not even in "compassionate use"? Really?

    If you're a woman, would you vote for an administration that is complicit in the slaughter of women for money? I think I'm going to change my affiliation, particularly in Congressional races unless this injustice is righted. It's absolutely disgusting. Death for money. Do NOT give any more money to "cancer research" because I guarantee you the research is heavily rigged to preserve a cash cow at the suffering of women.
     
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    Better the outright abolition of the FDA.
     
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    Go ahead and give to cancer research. But when you do, remember that the conservative view on cancer research says that the largest group of cancer sufferers and deaths don't get that money:

    In 2010: (alternate pdf study link: Uterine Cancer Understudied 2010.pdf )

    Endometrial cancer is the most commonly diagnosed gynecologic malignancy in the United States. In 2008, approximately 40,000 cases were newly diagnosed. Although the majority of these cancers are curable by means of hysterectomy and radiotherapy, a subset of endometrial tumors exhibits an aggressive phenotype characterized by lymphovascular invasion, high histological grade, and myometrial invasion, leading to poor prognosis. The mechanisms involved in this aggressive transformation are largely unknown, however, interactions between the primary tumor mass and the surrounding stroma likely play a role in this transformation. Despite the fact that research in other common malignancies has elucidated important associations between stromal protein expression and invasion, these mechanisms have been poorly explored in the area of endometrial cancer. In fact, few investigations have been conducted in the area of tumor microenvironment for endometrial tumors. Future directions in the field of endometrial cancer research: the need to investigate the tumor microenvironment. - PubMed - NCBI

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    And 2016: Working together to shape the endometrial cancer research agenda: The top ten unanswered research questions - ScienceDirect
    alternate pdf link ( Uterine Cancer Underfunded 2016.pdf )


    Endometrial cancer (EC) is the most common gynaecological cancer in developed nations and its incidence is rising. As a direct consequence, more women are dying from EC despite advances in care and improved survivorship. There is a lack of research activity and funding, as well as public awareness about EC. We sought to engage patients, carers and healthcare professionals to identify the most important unanswered research questions in EC.

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    So, in case you missed it: In 2010 we have uterine cancer, the most common killer of women in the US, being under-researched and concern being published about that. And, in 2016 we have uterine cancer, the most common killer of women in the US, being under-researched and concern being published about that.


    Stay tuned for a report in 2022 where six years hence we'll have a report that uterine cancer, the most common killer of women in the US, is still under-researched.

    Go ahead and break out your pocketbooks to give to "cancer research". And don't forget, vote republican! And if you're a man, be sure to go out and get your prostate cancer vaccine already approved by the FDA and in use. Got the same embryonic cancer cell type but also a vagina? Go shopping for a grave site. You know how you ladies like shopping!
     
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    Or how about Trump's FDA not arbitrarily selecting one gender for slaughter in order to preserve the archaic cancer-treatment industries? Looks kind of sexist, doesn't it?
     
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    Shut the fuck up.
     
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    You blames Trump's FDA yet cite references from well before his term in office. That makes you a moron!
     
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    No.
     
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    Note the edit in the OP. The references from before say that a DEMOCRAT policy in 2016 was what fast-tracked Keytruda on surmised applicability only, not proven clinical trials. It was done as an act of compassion. I'll wait to see if this administration can do the same when men are being saved and women not with the same type of potential in surmised-returns for success in a wider application.
     
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    I'd have to guess that Trump's administration is helping to kill women because we've deported so many illegals, we've had to sub out their work to citizens now.
     
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    2010 and 2016. Seems to me that there was someone else around. How is this Trumps doing?
     
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