world of the fungi part2

11) When a cell gets old or becomes damaged (i.e. by a toxic substance or by a pharmaceutical) many fungi whose intercellular septums are provided with a pore react by implementing of a defence process calledprotoplasmic flux through which they transfer the nucleus...

world of the fungi

It is worthwhile to examine more deeply this strange world, with such peculiar characteristics, and try to highlight those elements that somehow may be pertinent to the problems of oncology. 1) Fungi are heterotrophic organisms and therefore need, as far as nitrogen...

contemporary oncology

If we then put aside completely the conceptual frame of contemporary oncology with all its interpretative variables of genetic, immuncological and toxicological character, what is left as the only logical, practicable way is the domain of the infectious diseases, to...

molecule classes

It is thought that at least seven distinct classes of molecules participate in the transmission of the mutagenic signal: receptors coupled to G proteins ionic channels receptors with intrinsic activity guanil cyclase receptors for many lymphofokines, cytokines and...

candida albicans

Candida Albicans: Necessary and Sufficient Cause of Cancer When facing the most pressing contemporary medical problem, cancer, the first thing to do is to admit that we still do not know its real cause. However treated in different ways by both official and...

why cancer is candida

My idea is that cancer doesn’t depend on mysterious causes (genetic, immunological or auto  immunological as the official oncology proposes, but it comes down from a simple fungal infection, whose destroying power in the deep tissues is actually under estimated....

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