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The following is an account of what occurred at the 2017 IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD Conference, in Atlanta, Georgia, after I distributed 1,200 copies of the 4-page article published by Focus Daily News on Sunday, October 22, 2017 available in pdf at: goo.gl/EJD9yU and in HTML at http://blog.u2ec.org/wordpress/?p=2156. The General Chairman of the 2017 IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD Conference, Dr. John Aarsvold, after reading the seventeen-year history of adversities and difficulties I have had to receive scientific answers to my articles and proposals submitted to anonymous reviewers to be presented at IEEE conferences, and to publish and fund my inventions, agreed on the need for an exceptional, major public scientific review of my revolutionary breakthrough inventions that would go beyond the regular anonymous review process of an article or funding of a proposal. He agreed it should be a similar format to the major, public, scientific review of my previous invention that was requested by the Director of the Superconducting Super Collider (also Director of Fermilab), and held on December 1993 at FERMIlab and recognized as valuable. Continue reading
This document is available in pdf at: goo.gl/EJD9yU
BY JOSHUA C. JOHNSON. Focus Daily News
October 22, 2017 – Some would argue that DeSoto scientist Dario Crosetto is the Ignaz Semmelweis of our time. Many of us born after the 19th Century don’t know who Semmelweis is, although we owe our lives to his unconventional efforts.
In 1845, the German-Hungarian physician was among the first to pioneer the extensive use of antiseptic procedures before childbirth. Later noted as the “savior of mothers”, the measure curbed the mortality of deaths during delivery by 30 percent. But before millions of lives were saved, Semmelweis was ostracized, arrested and finally committed to a mental institution for standing up for his beliefs.
Taking A Stand Today
Fast forward 172 years into the future and Scientist Dario Crosetto, 65, is making a stand on another medical marvel that could save millions more lives. After years of research, Crosetto has developed a medical imaging device that is hundreds of times more efficient at identifying cancerous cells than anything currently on the market. Continue reading
Your help is needed in forwarding this message and asking to address publicly these issues to Dr. Cherry Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org), U.S. DOE Director of the Office of Science, Dr. Francis Collins (Collinsf@od.nih.gov) Director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Douglas Lowy (LowyD@mail.nih.gov) Director of the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) and other people among the recipient of this email who freely accepted positions of responsibility and promised to work to make a better world. Continue reading
On behalf of the 7000 people who signed a petition, the 1600 Americans dying every day from cancer (one every 4 seconds in the world), I respectfully request you call for a public ANALYTICAL and SCIENTIFIC discussion of my 413-page invention to solve the cancer dilemma through an effective early detection between myself, the DOE and NIH-NCI experts responsible for spending taxpayer money to advance science, significantly reduce cancer deaths and healthcare costs. Continue reading
Here you will find an explanation of the concept of my invention of how to extract all valuable data from radiation arriving at Medical Imaging devices at ultra-high speed by solving the envelope analogy posed to you on April 17, 2016. The invention enables an effective early cancer detection that can reduce cancer death by over 50%. The layman can easily understand the envelope analogy by watching 70 seconds of video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwMnHRuWo4o, beginning at minute 7:58 showing an experiment conducted by high school students at a San Antonio, Texas High School Continue reading
Dear Vice-President Biden, could you please ask your grandchildren if they consider it essential for those who want to implement a project to end cancer to be asked for an estimate of the percentage of cancer death reduction they expect to attain, the cost to develop their project, where to find a link to support their claims, and for those claiming highest potential to reduce cancer deaths, do they believe the candidates should be able to question each other in a public debate in a style similar to the presidential debate before they receive taxpayer money? Continue reading
Dear President Obama, could you please ask your daughters Malia and Sasha if they consider it essential for those who want to implement a project to end cancer to be asked for an estimate of the percentage of cancer death reduction they expect to attain, the cost to develop their project, where to find a link to support their claims, and for those claiming highest potential to reduce cancer deaths, do they believe the candidates should be able to question each other in a public debate in a style similar to the presidential debate before they receive taxpayer money? Continue reading
I trust that this time we will set rules that are fair and acceptable to everyone (researchers, philanthropists, funding agencies and investors) that maximize financial and health benefits to taxpayers and cancer patients by providing the world and our children with a list of projects answering these five simple questions that will protect their ingenuity. Continue reading
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I fully embrace the mission and objective to defeat cancer once and for all and to make sure that there is no misunderstanding on who the beneficiaries will be from all of our work and for this reason I would like to relaunch it with the name “Cancer Moonshot for Our Children” (#CancerMoonShotForOurChildren). Now that it is clear that is will serve our children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, loved ones and future generations, we should report our plan to reduce cancer deaths and costs to them in a language they understand and not just to big corporations, scientists or experts in the field. Continue reading