Adeno-Associated Virus Type 2- Cancer Treatment

Support for Adeno-Associated Virus Type 2- Cancer Treatment Research

To whom it may concern:

If you had unlocked a better, more humane way of treating cancer cells, would you not want someone to hear your plea?

I would hope that your answer to that question would be an immediate and serious "Yes, I would!". What if I told you that there is a virus by the name of adeno-associated virus type 2 (also known as AAV2) which plays a critical role in terminating cervical, breast, prostate, and squamous cell cancers. This virus, with no known ill effects, kills multiple types of cancer cells yet has NO effect on the healthy cells around it! And better yet, in laboratory testing, eradicated the cancer in six days!

Such a breakthrough has been found. Such a virus does indeed exist. The question is, how will we help make this an option for treatment for millions of cancer patients around the world? By helping the man who is researching AAV2, with the exposure his medical work needs and deserves!

His research was first brought to light in 2005, it is now 2011 and Mr. Craig Meyers, Ph.D. (Professor at Penn State College of Medicine) needs people that are not afraid to raise awareness. If everyone were to provide Mr. Meyers with the media exposure that this important research needs, perhaps funding could be raised for preliminary trials to be conducted. Helping to make AAV2 a future treatment to cancer...and an end to cancer!

Please consider my request in spreading awareness of Mr. Meyers and his invaluable research, so that the world can remain optimistic in dreaming of a world without cancer.

Here is his contact information:

Craig Meyers, Ph.D.


Department of Microbiology and Immunology H107

The Penn State College of Medicine

Hershey, PA 17033

TEL: 717 531-6240 FAX: 717 531-4600



Keep in mind: If you had found an important key to fighting and winning against cancer, would you not want someone to help you fight when your voice alone was not enough?


Amy Lee Tayte