No, this is not something you could be treated with, at least not anytime in the near future. MicroRNAs are naturally occurring gene products that function by inhibiting messenger RNA molecules. There has been a great deal of laboratory research on microRNAs, but I've not heard of anything in the way of clinical trials.Small-interfering RNA (siRNA), which work on a somewhat similar principle, seem to be closer to the clinic and have actually been used in early stage clinical trials:http://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Promising-eye-drug-from-S-F-firm-Macular-2514226.phpA review from 2015 stated "Human clinical trials have shown some success with NP [nanoparticle] siRNA delivery, indicating the approach may soon be a viable option for glioma."https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4338483/
Thank you Stephen. It's sometime tough to understand when they talk about a combo treatment - when it's not available outside the lab. My wife uses curcumin.