Superpower: Hungarian boy’s special gene may cure cancer
Researchers found a very promising gene in the young Benett’s body, which can help cure cancer.
Benett is only 12, but he had a brain surgery seven years ago. The parents and some American doctors believe the surgery was needless. As a result, he is a bit different from the others, so his classmates mock him. He moves strangely and speaks differently than the others. However, researchers found a promising gene in his blood, which can help find the cure for cancer, Blikk wrote.
His mother had a premature birth, and his progress was slower and more difficult than other boys of the same age. Later, a doctor in Budapest diagnosed him with microcephaly and operated him. The boy recovered slowly, and when the doctor wanted to carry out another surgery, the parents said no.
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Hungarian boy can cure cancer
Following another doctor’s advice, they sold everything and went to Boston. The doctors told them the surgery was needless because he was never ill. On the other hand, the US doctor told the parents that they found a gene in Benett’s body that could play a key role in finding the cure for cancer.
Benett likes to play online soccer and is not interested in saving the world. But his father, László, is very proud of him. Here is a photo of them:
László Rózsa said he did not have that gene. Now they wait for a letter from the American researchers because they would like to examine Beni’s brothers. The US doctors told them they never met a kid in America having the gene. Benett does not care about his possible “superpower”, his greatest desire now is to meet with Hungarian footballer Balázs Dzsudzsák. Furthermore, he would like to wrestle and box. And he does not think too much about saving the world from one of the most dreaded diseases.