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Dear Mr. Simon Stevens, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP,

I read with interest in today’s Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, etc. the articles “Cancer reforms to save 30,000 lives per year…”, “NHS plan to slash cancer deaths…” regarding Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, desire to achieve this outcome by increasing the number of tests for early cancer detection. However, until there are results showing cancer death reduction on a sample population from a device effective for early cancer detection at a low examination cost and low radiation to the patient, increasing the number of tests will just increase the burden to society with meager results as has occurred these past 70 years.

From: United To End Cancer [mailto:volunteers@u2ec.org] Sent: Sunday, July 19, 2015 2:24 PM To: ‘england.ce@nhs.net’ <england.ce@nhs.net>; ‘england.contactus@nhs.net’ <england.contactus@nhs.net>; ‘taskforce@cancer.org.uk’ <taskforce@cancer.org.uk>; ‘huntj@parliament.uk’ <huntj@parliament.uk>; ‘icbp@cancer.org.uk’ <icbp@cancer.org.uk>; ‘b.spencer@dailymail.co.uk’ <b.spencer@dailymail.co.uk>; ‘nicola.harley@telegraph.co.uk’ <nicola.harley@telegraph.co.uk>; ‘sarah-kate.templeton@sunday-times.co.uk’ <sarah-kate.templeton@sunday-times.co.uk>; ‘Jonathan.Ungoed-Thomas@Sunday-Times.co.uk’ <Jonathan.Ungoed-Thomas@Sunday-Times.co.uk>; ‘guardian.letters@theguardian.com’ <guardian.letters@theguardian.com>; ‘observer.letters@observer.co.uk’ <observer.letters@observer.co.uk>; ‘info@ap.org’ <info@ap.org> Cc: ‘john.womersley@stfc.ac.uk’ <john.womersley@stfc.ac.uk>; ‘chiefexecutive-stfc@stfc.ac.uk’ <chiefexecutive-stfc@stfc.ac.uk>; ‘unitedtoendcancer@att.net’ <unitedtoendcancer@att.net>; ‘info@3d-computing.com’ <info@3d-computing.com> Subject: Breakthrough effective early cancer detection that can slash cancer deaths by over 50%

 

To:

Mr. Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP Secretary of State for Health

Harpal Kumar, Chief Executive, Cancer Research UK

Sara Hiom, Director of early diagnosis Cancer Research UK

Ms. Nicola Harley, The Sunday Telegraph

Ms. Sarah-Kate Templeton, The Sunday Times

Mr. Jonathan Ungoed-Thomas The Sunday Times

Guardian guardian.letters@theguardian.com Observer observer.letters@observer.co.uk

Mr. Ben Spenser, The Daily Mail

Associated Press, info@ap.org

 

cc. Prof. John Womersley, Chief Executive of Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) in the UK

United to End Cancer

 

Dear Mr. Simon Stevens, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP,

 

I read with interest in today’s Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, etc. the articles “Cancer reforms to save 30,000 lives per year…”, “NHS plan to slash cancer deaths…” regarding Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, desire to achieve this outcome by increasing the number of tests for early cancer detection. However, until there are results showing cancer death reduction on a sample population from a device effective for early cancer detection at a low examination cost and low radiation to the patient, increasing the number of tests will just increase the burden to society with meager results as has occurred these past 70 years.

 

I invented in the year 2000 a breakthrough technology known as the 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening, see the 11 minute video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwMnHRuWo4o) for an effective early cancer detection based on the 3D-Flow invention for particle detection which has been recognized valuable worldwide by academia, research laboratories and industries in a major international scientific review held at FERMILab in 1993.

 

I am copying this email to Mr. John Womersley, Chief Executive of Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) in the UK, because he knew most of the people who wrote letters of appreciation regarding my invention in particle physics (The 3D-Flow), and experts in the field who reviewed it and recognized its value, and who now is in a position to name scientists in the UK who he believes would understand the magnitude of my invention to help explain its importance to leaders in NHS and leaders at the Secretary of State for Health.

 

The media could greatly help to accelerate the benefits to UK citizens and humanity by informing the public about this breakthrough invention that will create a  discussion where I can answer questions about the most cost-effective solution in particle detection for early cancer diagnosis (recognized when the 3D-CBS was awarded the Leonardo da Vinci Prize in 2011) to UK scientists experts in particle physics for High Energy Physics applications and in Medical Imaging applications who can be named by John Womersley or by other experts in the field.

 

I was invited to the UK as Session Keynote Speaker at the “Energy Challenges & Mechanics” conference in Aberdeen on July 7-9, 2015, and to attend the wedding of a friend the following weekend. I will leave from Gatwick late on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 and will be available for a meeting on July 20-21, with leaders who care about fighting cancer with an EFFECTIVE early cancer detection technology hundreds of time more efficient than Ultrasound, X-Ray, CT, MRI, current PET, or for an interview with journalists, radio and TV on this breakthrough technology. As a reference I provide the links to the last presentation I gave at the conference in UK on July 9, 2015.

 

I can be reached by email before 7:30 p.m. on July 21 or by phone: +1-972-460-6111, or at a friend’s phone +44 (0) 782-858-8078.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dario Crosetto

 

See the video of the presentation in UK on July 9, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9bUg3ZsiUk&feature=youtube_gdata

 

See the slides of the presentation.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxWfo2ViJ6r5UXpqVHc2NWFnWm8/view?usp=sharing

 

See the link to the abstract of the presentation.

http://nscj.co.uk/ecm3/sessions/306_DarioCrosetto.pdf

 

See my Bio Sketch.

http://nscj.co.uk/ecm3/sessions/DarioCrosetto.pdf

 

See the program or the Conference for the Session 11, Nuclear Physics.

http://nscj.co.uk/ecm3/sessions/session11.html

 

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