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Difference between cancer cells and healthy cells
Difference Between Healthy Cells And Cancer Cells

One of the current handicaps of cancer treatments is the difficulty of aiming
these treatments at destroying malignant cells without killing healthy cells
in the process. Contact inhibition is the natural process of arresting cell
growth when two or more cells come into contact with each other. Contact
inhibition controls cell growth by allowing cells to replicate as old cells
die but keeps unnecessary tissues from forming in their place.

Healthy cells
have their own identity and obey the rule of contact inhibition. Healthy
cells adhere to each other and expire at the end of their life cycles. Cancer
cells typically lose these properties and thus grow in an uncontrolled manner
even when in contact with neighboring cells. Cancer cells do not follow the
rules of contact inhibition, adherence and self-destruction (apoptosis,
programmed cell death). Usually, cancer cells contain faulty DNA and
chromosomes (some chromosomes may be duplicated or deleted). Cancer cells
spread through the body via the lymphatic and circulatory systems. Clearly,
cancer cells evade the immune system (cancer cells can trick the immune
system). Unlike healthy cells that are specialized, cancer cells are
non-specialized and do not contribute to the functioning of a body part.

Healthy cells have specialized behaviors and serve a purpose. Cancer cells
have lost their specialized function. The first cancer cells (in the human
body) are not very malignant cells; subsequent (mature) cancer cells are
extremely malignant cells. Ordinarily, old healthy cells undergo apoptosis, a
series of enzymatic reaction that lead to the death of the cell. Healthy
cells will self-destruct if genetic / chromosomal abnormalities are found.
Cancer cells fail to undergo apoptosis. Healthy cells divide about 50 times
and then stop dividing and die. Cancer cells can enter the cell cycle
repeatedly, and in this way, they are potentially immortal.

According to the
Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer / Carcinogenesis / Oncogenesis / Tumorigenesis
(Iron Conception), any cancer cells are cells with numerous intracellular
superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. Any healthy cells are
cells with non-numerous intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic
nanoparticles. Any cancer and ALS work by these nanoparticles. Cancer cells
(cells with these nanoparticles; EXCESSIVELY negatively charged cells) do not
follow the rules of contact inhibition and adherence. Enzyme activity can be
affected by these nanoparticles (immortality of cancer cells). The immune
system does not identify these nanoparticles within cellular organelles (the
immune system can’t distinguish between dia-, para-, superpara-, ferri- and
ferromagnetic micro- and nano-objects). These nanoparticles can
chaotically-anarchically distort DNA and shift chromosomes by local magnetic
fields (mistakes in DNA; chromosomal faults; deformed mitoses;
non-specialization and ugliness of cancer cells).

Oncologists-clinicians must
beat cancer (a subtle iron disease) by non-complicated anti-iron methods of
The Old Testament. Anti-iron intratumoral injections [sulfur (2%) + olive oil
(98%); 36.6C - 39.0C] (by ceramic needles) can suppress tumors and large
metastases. Anti-iron accurate slow blood loss (even 75%) [hemoglobin
control], anti-iron goat’s milk diet and anti-iron drinking water
containing hydrogen sulfide can neutralize any micro-metastases.