Sunday, April 1, 2007

Main reasons for cancer

DR. Warburg thought that the people are looking for the causes of cancer from decades and I will explain the basic or primary cause of cancer so that people will identify and understand the secondary causes of cancer.


Lack of oxygen or de-oxygenation is the primary cause of cancer. Some people become cancerous in twenties of cigarette smoking while other smoke for eighties and remain healthy. This is because smoking lower down the oxygen level and body cells try to mutate to live in the abnormal state and as a consequence the cells may die or they adapt to survive. “Most of North Americans and Europeans sustain in this type of abnormal state”. Cells mutate to become cancerous or deadly in the low oxygen environment ”. As a result Cells mutate to become cancerous and of course deadly if these cells reproduce and spread through out the body and the process is called metastasis.


Discovery of doctor Warburg was not accepted at once but he has discovered something marvelous that cancer cells metabolize and live in an anaerobic (without oxygen) environment. But these cells are transformed from healthy cells, which can’t live without oxygen for long time so cancer cells are quite different from the healthy cells. Cancer cells are enemies of our body as these metabolize at higher rate and consume maximum amount of energy.


Sodas and cigarettes create an environment, which is susceptible for cancer cells; hence these are secondary causes of cancer. Cigarettes inhibits the alveoli in the lungs from getting oxygen.


Now that you know the primary cause of cancer you are ahead of most folk, and can focus on truly protecting your health by keeping your body oxygenated using the many methods available through nutrition or simple lifestyle changes.

9 comments:

AHD said...

thak you for such usefull information.
I would like to ask about radiological cases of canser, how do they can be a reason of mutation.

pooja said...

there are many oter reason like p53 failing tell me other reason like this.

방원 said...

The origin of spontaneous(virus negative) cancer


Titia de Lange discovered that most cancer cells have short telomeres except for HeLa(virus positive cancer) cell line.

Some scientists already succeeded in making artificial(virus negative) cancer cell without any gene manipulations.

Spontaneous(virus negative) cancers must have strong connection with short telomeres.

When the telomere length of normal cells is reached critically short level, most cells die. But, in low chance, Some cells become cancer cells.

Proliferation in normal cells is caused by dead cells. When normal cell die, living cell have to replace dead cell with living cell. This is why proliferation is caused by dead cells.

When senescence cells which have critically short telomeres are in the strong pressure of proliferation, there is a risk of spontaneous cancer.

Spontaneous cancer is maybe programed life(or host) death by gene for old folks. old folks are not needed in breeding.

So gene maybe programed some diseases related with senescence, like a spontaneous cancer, for to reduce waste of limited provisions resources


reference : http://www.genethik.de/telomerase.htm ; The Cancer Connection ; Scientific American, 2/96, Carol W. Greider, Elizabeth H. Blackburn, page 92

'The teams had induced normal cells from humans to make a viral protein causing cells to ignore the alarm signals that usually warn them to stop dividing. The treated cells continued to proliferate long after they would normally enter senescence. In most of the cells,......; eventually death ensued. Some cells, however, persisted after their siblings died and became immortal.'

http://www.genethik.de/telomerase.htm

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Zoe Raymond said...

ya, its a very useful information. I have enjoyed it very much. I was looking the reasons of cancer. I fully agree with the information.

Dharmendra said...

is cancer hereditic ? My father in law has mouth cancer and his age is 54 and he also had arthertris in age of 28. My father in law's mother had lung cancer in age of 75. So is this anything related to heridity or it is just an old age factor.

Dharmendra said...

is cancer hereditic ? My father in law has mouth cancer and his age is 54 and he also had arthertris in age of 28. My father in law's mother had lung cancer in age of 75. So is this anything related to heridity or it is just an old age factor.

vishal said...

what about vit E, a fat solible vitamin,. Isn't it one reason of causing cancer

utkarsha said...

wat abt blood cancer? Is it cure permanantly or not?