Miracle Berries, Chemotherapy, and the Future of Food: A Conversation with Homaro Cantu Miracle Berries, Chemotherapy, and the Future of Food: A Conversation with Homaro Cantu
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Miracle Berries, Chemotherapy, and the Future of Food: A Conversation with Homaro Cantu

by Peter Smith

April 4, 2011


GOOD: Okay, assuming that would work, how do we get the berry to the people who need it most?


Top photo by G.D. Inglett, "Sweeteners: New Challenges and Concepts," 1974; second photo by G.D. Inglett, "Tropical Plants with Unusual Taste Properties," 1977; drawing via Homaro R. Cantu, Cooking and serving system and methods, US Patent 7690294.
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Miracle Berries, Chemotherapy, and the Future of Food: A Conversation with Homaro Cantu