miércoles, 14 de noviembre de 2012

Andreas Moritz

Heart disease and cancer are not such radically different forms of illness or, to say it more accurately, survival mechanisms. They share two common factors: blood vessel wall congestion and lymphatic blockage.
Since heart cells cannot become cancerous, once they are deprived of oxygen for a certain period of time, they die of acidosis and simply shut down. We refer to this as a heart attack, although in reality there is no attack, just oxygen deprivation. In other parts of the body a similar oxygen-deprived environment will result in some cells that are able to continue living, but not without undergoing mutation into cancer cells.
In other words, cancer of the tissues can only occur in the body if the circulatory system (including both the blood and lymph vessels) has suffered from congestion for a long time.
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