Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Cancer Tumor a newly evolved species? Quacks like a duck.

An interesting question from Professor Duesberg, reported in Science Daily News.
Cancers have a new genetic package as different from the host as one belonging to invading bacteria.   "The cancer doesn't depend on other cells for survival;  it doesn't follow orders like other cells in the body, and it can grow where, when and how it likes. That's what species are all about."
Human cancer chromosomes on the right.  There are more of them
and they are muddled, compared to normal ones on the left.

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