Tumors are perceived as one phenomenon. Tumors are one phenomenon, but there are many types. Why?
According to official views that see genetic alteration at the basis of neoplastic development, it is possible that the alteration can manifest itself in any environment with all possible typological differentiations.
From the microbiological point of view, instead, it is always Candida that invades various anatomical parts, evoking different reactions as a function of the organs it feeds on.
These behaviors are a function of the quantity and quality of the affected tissues. An organ whose connective tissue has been invaded defends itself with cellular hyper-productions that attempt to encyst the fungin colonies which are trying to completely colonize the organism.
- why cancer is candida
- candida albicans
- molecule classes
- contemporary oncology
- world of the fungi
- the fungal hypothesis
- candida and cancer
- benignity or malignancy of cancer
- sodium bicarbonate treatment
- some cases of patients
- critical considerations