Hi Peter, thanks for posting this.
In the future, it will be found that the opiates find their ways to
the malignant tissue be-cause of the relatively 'random'
energydynamics that 'reside' in the malignant tissue.
This's 'just' more 3-D energydynamics, in accord with Life's 'goal'
of 'climbing' the WDB2T energy-gradient toward WDB2T ^ -1.
The opiates' 'recognize' the WDB2T-'discord' inherent in the
malignant tissue, and 'go there' to 'give comfort', if not to heal.
It's always been obvious to me. BTW, that cancer treatment strategies
should be engineered with respect to 'discerning' this same
relative-disorder. I've discussed this general stuff in long-former
posts here in b.n and in other online 'places'.
K. P. Collins
"Schmitd! Schmitd! Ve vill build a Shapel!"
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||| Opioid receptors and endogenous opioids in diverse human and animal
|| Zagon IS, McLaughlin PJ, Goodman SR, Rhodes RE.
|| Department of Anatomy, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center,
| University, Hershey 17033.
|| Receptor binding studies demonstrated specific high-affinity,
| binding of a number of opioid ligands to a wide variety of neural
| nonneural human and animal tumors. Radioimmunoassays revealed the
| of beta-endorphin and methionine-enkephalin in these tumors. Both
| methionine- and leucine-enkephalin were detected in tumor tissue by
| immunocytochemistry, with immunoreactivity related to the cortical
| of tumor cells, but not to cell nuclei. Endogenous opioids and
| were found in benign and malignant tumors representative of
| mesodermal, and endodermal origin. Receptors and endogenous opioid
| were present in tumors from many different species, including those
| transplanted into nude mice. These results suggest that opioid
| endogenous opioids are fundamental features of human and animal
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