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    Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    University researchers developing cancer-fighting beer
    A team of researchers at Rice University in Houston is working to create a beer that could fight cancer and heart disease. Taylor Stevenson, a member of the six-student research team and a junior at Rice, said the team is using genetic engineering to create a beer that includes resveratrol, the disease-fighting chemical that's been found in red wine.



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    Re: Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    I knew beer was good for me! or was it just good?




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    Re: Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    In related news, researchers are developing a genetically-modified Ebola virus that will lower your cholesterol before inducing a painful and gruesome death.



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    Re: Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    Beer, the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems.



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    Re: Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    They're doing God's work. Bless them.



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    Re: Reasearchers Developing Cancer Fighting Beer... Still no cure for, oh wait.

    New treatments cannot be haphazardly throw into the market place. MUCH testing must be done first. I have sent my credentials to Rice U and requested to be part of the Phase I (and II and III!) trials.

    Gosh, the sacrifices I make for science.


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