“Every violation of truth is not only a sort of suicide in the liar, but is a stab at the health of human society.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the suffering of man.”--- Frederich Nietzsche
The presently prevailing presumption that “defective DNA” causes cancer is at odds with science.It implies that cancer is a localized disease that can be cured by killing or removing the "defective" cells. In reality, harmful radiation, toxic chemicals, and mutilating surgery notoriously reduce life span by exaggerating relapse, metastasis, heart disease, and seemingly unrelated cancer in distant locations. Such treatments might be compared to smothering a fire with gasoline.
Before DNA, cancer was considered a systemic illness with local manifestations. Stress theory explains cancer as abnormal, self-sustaining MSM hyperactivity induced by unremitting environmental stress including toxic chemicals, radiation, trauma, surgery, fear, and anxiety. Mammalian sentience exaggerates fear and anxiety, which increases cancer risk.
The MSM elevates thrombin to energize tissue repair and restores normal thrombin levels as tissue repair nears completion, causing thrombin starvation that induces apoptosis (harmless cell death) that concludes the repair process. Severe, unremitting stress causes proliferating tissue repair cells to invade and disrupt normal tissues, release tissue factor, and stimulate harmful nervous activity (nociception) in the form of a "vicious cycle" that sometimes becomes self-sustaining (i.e malignant). Tissues rich in tissue factor, including brain, lung, retina, nerves, cervix, placenta, gonads, and arteries are particularly vulnerable to cancer.
"Malignant" cells cannot be distinguished from cells engaged in peak tissue repair activity; both divide rapidly and exhibit broken chromosomes.
Specialized tissue repair fibroblasts are distinctly different in various organs and tissues, which explains the 100+ different types of cancer. Most malignant tissues include various cell types proliferating at varying rates.
Malignancy exaggerates blood coagulability, so that hemorrhage is rare. Instead, hypercoagulability causes heart attacks, strokes, and pulmonary emboli that obscure cancer lethality. Malignancy also causes systemic inflammation that promotes metastasis and additional primary cancers in distant locations.
MSM hyperactivity elevates immune activity, but immune activity neither causes nor cures cancer.
Malignancy often disappears spontaneously with stress relief. Cancer can be cured safely, comfortably and efficiently within 24 hours by inhibiting nociception, fear and apprehension with general anesthesia and opioids, and simultaneously inhibiting thrombin activity with EDTA, trisodium citrate or magnesium sulphate to induce apoptosis and disrupt the malignant process.