Cancers from real angles (Part-1):
Tumors are caused by intracellular accumulations of unrecycled micro-residues.
K. Serrhini. Independent biologist. July 2016.
Abstract: Cancers are due to the accumulation of unrecycled micro-residues. And so are Parkinson´s disease, Diabetes mellitus type 2, Alzheimer´s disease, and various other human maladies.
In this study, I will demonstrate that tumor growth and progression are completely dependent upon a permanent generation of micro-residues (most often caused by exposure to well-known environmental factors and/or due to some acquired or inherited genetic alterations) and are related to the individual cellular potential of recycling. And furthermore, that malignancy cannot be considered as a neoplastic development due to an evolutive accumulation of selected genetic alterations, but rather as an irreversible cellular functional conversion caused by intracellular aggregations of untreated micro-residues.
Cancer cells, however, are functionally active and serve a beneficial and specific purpose. They only need a slight (eco)therapeutic assistance to achieve their recycling tasks and to degenerate naturally. Lamentably, most current therapies do not take this into account and destroy these cells.
Further in this article, under this new and rational biological conception of carcinogenesis. Some historical secrets of cancers will be revealed. Such as: Why human cancers affect three times more the well-protected brain than the small intestinal epithelium which, given its size and location, is highly exposed to carcinogens? And why human tissues with a high number of lifetime stem cell divisions frequently have a higher lifetime risk of developing cancers than other types of tissues? etc.