Nesaie wrote:This stinks too much of Mustard Gas. That is where the idea for Chemotherapy came from. What was noticed in WWII was that after some soldiers got hit with Mustard Gas was that it attacked the "fast growing cells" AKA the white blood cells. So, they created the first chemo from a liquid form of mustard gas.
In the wiki article I read, it mentioned "cancer cells". Do doctors know a true definition of what a cancer cell is? Or, is it still just a fast growing cell, like the healing white blood cell? I've also heard a comparison between a cancer cell and an embryo cell, is that because they're both fast growing?
When it comes to disease, I can never believe that killing any part of the body could help heal it. Instead, I'd rather fight it like armies. When it comes to bacteria, it's better to arm your body with more good bacteria. Eventually, they'll take over all the territory of the bad bacteria, and the bad bacteria will all be dead. Maybe that theory has helped to contribute to this article? Maybe they know that cancer is created by virii, so by adding competitive virii, they can take over the territory of the bad virii?
Nesaie wrote:In the wiki article I read, it mentioned "cancer cells". Do doctors know a true definition of what a cancer cell is?
Nesaie wrote:Is an embryo "normal"?
Lashmar wrote:it was found in WWI my dear.
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