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Novel Approaches in Cancer Study

Parasite Subsistence of Human Cancer

  • Open or Close Sergey N Rumyantsev*

    Department of Evolutionary Immunology, USA

    *Corresponding author: Sergey N Rumyantsev, Department of Evolutionary Immunology, Andent Inc, 31 Cove Lane 6A, 11234 NY, USA

Submission: August 30, 2018; Published: September 17, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/NACS.2018.02.000532

ISSN:2637-773X
Volume2 Issue1

Abstract

The ability of cancer to subsist in human body like a parasite is out of the mainstream of discoveries of cancer biology, pathogenesis and epidemiology. The goal of this article is to present maximally exhaustive epidemiological, clinical, genetic and immunological evidence of invasive origin and parasite subsistence of cancerous disease. The ability of cancer to invade human body and subsist in it like a parasite is out of the mainstream of discoveries of cancer biology, pathogenesis and epidemiology. The goal of this is to present maximally exhaustive epidemiological, clinical, genetic and immunological evidence of invasive origin and of parasite subsistence of cancerous disease. The investigation is grounded on a multidisciplinary integrative reassessment and reinterpretation of relevant cancer data from the viewpoint of recent achievements in genetic epidemiology, immunology, molecular intra-species ecology and the theory of biological evolution.

Keywords: Cancerous genealogy; Cahexia; Cancerous disease; Cancer surgery; Embryogenesis; Gametes; Ovum; Selfish gene; Sperm; Spermatogenesis; Zygote

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