Animation. This one gets a very high
recommendation. This is a superb short
video that highlights how cancer usually begins, how paw paw works,
and how it can work with chemotherapy on MDR (multiple drug
resistant) cells. NOTE: This movie in QuickTime format
and thus needs the QuickTime
movie player. There is a good chance this is already on your
computer; but if it is not, you can use this link download
the QuickTime plugin for free.
If you already have the
QuickTime plugin, click here to load and view the
video. NOTE: This file is about 150 MB. Even with an high-speed
internet connection, it may take a few minutes to download. If
you are on a low speed or dial-up internet connection, it is simply
not practical to view this video as the download could literally
Presentation. "Paw Paw and Cancer: From
Discovery to Clinical Trials." This
presentation is narrated by Dr. McLaughlin himself, and is
virtually identical to what he has presented numerous times around
the world. Some of it is be a little technical in nature,
but contains lots of good information. Click
here to view the presentation.
Notes: On most slides, there is an icon near the top
right hand of the slide that you can click on to hear Dr.
McLaughlin's narration of that slide. The presentation is
best viewed in Internet Explorer 6.0 or later. Others may be
able to see the slides, but not hear the sound. Mac users
may have particular trouble here.
Answers: Assorted Video Clips by Jerry McLaughlin, Ph.D. These 2-3 minute video clips cover some of the most
common questions about paw paw. Click on any of the links to
view that particular video. NOTE: Clicking on the link
will bring up a popup using Flash Player to play the
video. Depending on your browser settings and/or your internet
provider, you may have to enable popups on this site in order to
see these videos. You must have at least Flash Player 9 for this to work. If you do not have version 9 or later, you can download it for free from Adobe's website.
The Miracle of Paw
Paw, by Steven Horne and Kimberly Balas, Tree of Light
Publishing. Although we do not have clips of the video on this
site at this time, the full video is available for purchase from
their website, www.treelite.com.
Excellent resource. It was
produced in 2003, so some of the information on using pawpaw with
antioxidants may be slightly outdated. Click here
for latest information on using pawpaw with antioxidants.
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