How would caesium chloride affect cancer cells?

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How would caesium chloride affect cancer cells?
« on: 22/05/2014 21:12:33 »
Having worked with cs137 radioactive material I have noted that accidentally some injected caesium ions have entered the human body,
I did note that with all alkali metal chlorides... Sodium.potassium etc... Caesium chloride follows the same pathways in the bodysuit the normal chlorides Na,K but Cs seems to have during its 100 day biological half life a propensity to tag to cysts and other human special parts .

Has anyone come across the experimental ingestion of CsCl ( non radioactive) to attack cancers by one assumes the larger atomic size having different effects in cells as compared to Na and K ions.
« Last Edit: 23/05/2014 09:03:59 by chris »
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