The Angel of Healing Cancer Research Fund supports Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research.
Gold nanoparticles offer a better way to treat cancer than the methods used today by modern medicine.
Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research is a non-invasive cancer treatment that kills cancer cells without hurting surrounding healthy tissue and it does not have harmful side-effects.
You can learn more about this promising form of cancer research on this guide's 'Understanding Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research' page.
The Angel of Healing Cancer Research Fund currently supports the work of four different research groups that study Nanotherapeutics and use Gold Nanoparticles in their Cancer Research.
is a curator and professor of radiology and physics at the University of Missouri and director of the Institute of Green Nanotechnology.
Dr. Katti's cancer research brings together an ancient form of Indian Ayurvedic medicine and Gold Nanoparticles.
His experiments involve treating prostate and breast cancer with his 'Gold Nano-Ayurvedic Medicine.'
The research works by attaching micro-nutrients derived from Ayurvedic herbs and spices to Gold Nanoparticles, before injecting them into a patient's body.
have shown that these compounds can kill cancer cells while helping the
patient’s immune system improve to fight the disease.
Currently, Dr. Kattesh Katti is conducting Human Trials at a research facility in India and he's seen very positive results.
In April of 2018, Dr. Kattesh Katti received the from the Angel of Healing Cancer Research Fund.
The article below describes his latest work...MU professor develops cancer treatment using natural sources - Missourian
is the Stanley C. Moore Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and she's the founding director of the Laboratory for Nanophotonics at Rice University. She is the Director of the Smalley-Curl Institute.
In the 1990's, Dr. Halas invented gold nanoshells at Rice University and she has spent the last two decades researching their anticancer potential.
In November of 2018, Dr. Naomi Halas was sent a donation from the Angel of Healing Cancer Research Fund.
In addition, you can learn more about Dr. Halas here: "Q and A with a Pioneer in Medical Science...Naomi J. Halas Ph.D"
In the Q and A with Naomi Halas, you'll find out that her research has been the back bone of a Human Trial that has been taking place with helping to kill cancer in men with Prostate Cancer.
Furthermore, in the first summary, of the 12th issue of the Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research Report, you can see a video follow-up with one of the patients in this Human Trial, plus Dr. Halas is also featured in this video.
is an Associate Professor of the Chemistry Department at Georgia State University.
Recently, Dr. Fang invented a new optical imaging tool that tracks and targets cancer cells, the invention is called 'SPORT' which is short for 'Single Particle Orientation and Rotational Tracking.
The first issue of this site's Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research News covered Dr. Fang's work, seen here.
In the article from 'the Signal' Dr. Fang stated the following:
"Most cancer therapy treatments often kill both cancer cells and healthy cells. However, 'SPORT' only kills the main target, which is the cancer cell, and leaves the healthy cells unaffected. The use of gold nanoparticles is ultimately safer for cancer patients." Dr. Ning Fang
Dr. Emily Day is an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware and is the Principal Investigator of the 'Day Group.'
The Day Group is a team of researchers that investigates the many areas of how nanotherapeutics can be used to better medical treatments, these areas include: Gene Regulation, Photothermal Therapy and Drug Delivery.
See the latest articles about the Day Group's latest research below:
The last article was also reviewed in the Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Research Report #9, under the title "Gold-Silica Nanoparticles Gene Therapy."
The Ultimate Goal for this fund is to become a non-profit organization that helps cancer patients receive financial help for Gold Nanoparticle Cancer Treatment, after it has become an approved and accepted treatment for cancer.
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Below is the introduction to the New Archangel Raphael - The Angel of Healing page.
Archangels are the principle messengers of God.
The word 'Archangel' is derived from the Greek word archi which means chief, principal or to have authority over others of their class, and angelos means 'Messenger of God.'
The archangel Raphael is one of the seven archangels who stand in the presence of the Lord, and he is the principle healer in the angelic realm.
Raphael's name is a combination of two Hebrew words: “Rapha” (physician, healer) and “el” (God) and when joined 'Raphael' means 'God Heals.'
Raphael works to heal the body, mind, and spirit of everyone who asks for God's help and his good work has been recorded in many different religious scriptures.
In addition, the Roman Catholic Church identifies Raphael as 'Saint Raphael the Archangel.'
However, unlike most saints, Raphael was never a human being, but he was declared a saint in honor of his work in helping humanity.
See the full Archangel Raphael page here.