Re: Challenging Conventional Wisdom on Cancer

From: Pim van Meurs <pimvanmeurs@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu Aug 18 2005 - 14:27:53 EDT

janice matchett wrote:

> /"Here is *the key point*: cancer cells do not have the correct
> complement of chromosomes. ... Some cancer cells may have as many as
> 80 chromosomes instead of 46. They may actually have double the right
> number of genes./ ... */I HAVE LEFT THE MOST DRAMATIC PART to the
> end. ......" /*[See below]
>
>

Sigh... Some cancer cells do, some don't. This is far more a complicated
topic than can be explored in popular science. I guess it's time to
reject good science in favor of what again? And what does this have to
do with ASA ?

Your cut and paste approach to discussion is starting to wear old.
Received on Thu Aug 18 14:28:37 2005

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