Re: Cytoreg® inhibits growth and proliferation of human adenocarcinoma cells via induction of apoptosis
- From: "Rob Duncan" <robtakethisoutduncan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 11:17:45 -0800
Alex, you rock. Good investigative work. I was kinda curious why this spam
showed up on our doorstep. Looks like a mid-level dingbat who knows nothing
of MS thought it to be a good idea...
Good job. I cant figure out computer shit to save my life. I think my
short term memory is so bad that *its* the problem. Not me, its just my
"Alex" <akfromak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> expo wrote:
>> Weston, Florida, January 14, 2006
> Hmmm, what a coinkydink, that just happens to be where this spam
> From the headers we get: NNTP-Posting-Host: 126.96.36.199
> If we do a reverse lookup for 188.8.131.52 we get: 184.108.40.206 resolved
> to weston-220.127.116.11.myacc.net
> If we go to http://www.myacc.net, we see that they operate in Coral
> Springs and <tah-dah!> Weston, Florida.
> So from the reverse lookup, we can deduce that the ISP is myacc.net and
> that the IP address 18.104.22.168 was assigned to a subscriber in or
> around Weston.
> Now, if we go to http://www.cytorex.com/english/contact.htm , we see
> that they are:
> Cytorex Biosciences, Inc.
> 4474 Weston Road, No. 108
> Weston, FL 33331
> Lets go see what they have to say about Cytoreg:
> "Cytoreg as a Stimulator of the Immune System: The presence of the
> Fluoride ion in Cytoreg induces the synthesis of IL-1, IL-6, TNF-a, and
> stimulating factors of macrophages and granulocytes. Induction of IL1
> activates T Cells and other Cytokines. IL-1 is known to be
> chemo-protective and radio-protective, protecting animals against
> myelosuppression. Additionally, activation of Macrophages increases the
> capacity of destruction of microorganisms and tumor cells, making
> Cytoreg an active agent vs. diseases of immune origin."
> Hmmm, well, I'm no research scientist, but as near as I can tell from a
> quick google search, IL-1, IL-6 & TNF-a are all BAD FOR MS!! This shill
> obviously did not do his/her homework. Bad shill, bad! No desert for
> you tonite.
> My guess is that the shill googled "immune system diseases" & picked up
> on MS, hence the spam here.
> Here are the groups that he/she posted this "news release" to:
> INVESTMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN U.A.E (Google group)
> The last two are the telling ones, the true motivation for posting the
> One post in alt.support.cancer even goes as far as attempting to be a
> disinterested third party.
> "Newsgroups: alt.support.cancer
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> Very interesting news release to share. This compound doe not kill
> healthy cells according to the report. ..."
> So my guess is that "expo" is a principal in the company & is attempting
> to hype it up to attract investors. Of course, as always, YMMV.
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