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Sat Jun 12 23:22:47 EST 1999
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In article <18650-3762C6C5-319 at newsd-611.iap.bryant.webtv.net>,
Nancy Luft <NancyLuft at webtv.net> wrote:
>normal healthy cells [and] tumor cells are undifferentiated cells.
>Embryonic cells in an embyro are also undifferentiated cells. Normal
>healthy cells are adult cells or differentiated cells.
>What is the difference between the two types? Undifferentiated cells in
>neoplasms and embryos both lack the organelles of mature, healthy cells.
>Organelles are tiny structures of cells that allow a cell to carry on
>the functions of adult, mature, differentiated cells. Undifferentiated
>cells are immature cells that can not carry on the functions of mature
Presumably you mean that undifferentiated cells lack SOME of the organelles
of adult differentiated cells. I would think that all cells would have
ribosomes, which are the organelles responsible for manufacturing proteins.
Or, as I have learned recently, more precisely, for translating the codes
for proteins in DNA (after its transcription into RNA) into the corresponding
protein. The basic protein molecule is then, more often than not, "edited"
into a slightly different final form by subsequent chemical reactions.
(This can include splitting a protein into two or more sub-chains, so
"slightly" isn't always strictly accurate.)
>Cone Cancer Treatment, from what I gather not knowing much abut it, is
>very similar to what the Gerson Institute uses, in some basic ways.
This certainly seems to be correct, from my reading of descriptions of
the two methods.
>They both increase metabolism with the use of thyroid hormone, but I do
>not think it is the increaed metablism per se that actually cures their
Several people who have tried to apply Warburg's theory seem to think that
it is the competition for glucose that deprives the cancer cells of their
source of fuel. However, they may not be understanding all aspects of
>The Pac Man Action of immune cells is their ability to eat up and
>destroy the bad guys, microbes, cancers, etc., it is called their
>phagocytic action that takes place inside of phagocytic immune cells.
>It is caused by a chemical reaction inside of tiny organelles or tiny
>sacs inside of those phagocytic immune cells called phagosomes. That
>chemical reaction in those tiny phagosomes is called the Klebanoff
>Syndrome or The hydrogen peroxide + myeloperoxidase + halide system.
>The halide is an iodine anion in the equation. So the late Dr. Max
>Gerson fed his patients iodine to help their immune systems to work.
>In that above chemical equation is myeloperoxidase, which is an enzyme.
>Enzymes are made of proteins.
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