Cancer Research: What Are The Results So Far

Cancer Research: What Are The Results So Far

The intransigent, self serving, close mindedness of some parts of organized medicine is being crushed by sharp truths fired by scientists from all over the country.

It is turning out to be embarrassingly obvious to the big “Cancer Research” associations, that no matter how much guinea pig volunteers at U.S. penitentiaries they vaccinate with liver cancer cells, the subjects do not get cancer. Regardless of how much time is wasted repeating this experiment and how much public fund is consumed in a benighted effort to square a circle, the shine of the words, “There is no cancer in normal metabolism,” becomes brighter.

This viewpoint is no longer as controversial as it once was. Today, a doctor from the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation can inform the board of trustees of the Allergy Foundation that allergy is believed to be very related to the natural method of immunity, which consist of the body’s creation of antibodies to fight invasion by germs, and that proof of many kinds has shown that aspects in the body’s resistance are linked closely with the inception and succeeding course of human cancer.

Theorists have suggested that cancer cells may develop from time to time in the normal body, but that most of these are sufficiently not normal to be striked successfully by the body’s natural defenses. Presently, it is turning out to be increasingly difficult to reject the role of the liver in cancer, particularly since the discovery of the TIP – Tumour Inhibitory Principle – which is created by this organ. The regular liver manufactures a chemical factor that effectively restrains the development of new cancer in mice. The part is imparted both to the blood serum as well as to the bile and has not been discovered in cancer patients.

The evidence suggests the hypothesis that shortage, either inherited or obtained, of such inhibitory causes might be fundamental to the cause of cancer.

Jason Myers is a professional writer and he writes mostly about cancer information news. He’s also interested in writing cancer prevention guides.