By Dr. Bob McCauley
Say you’re a doctor or work somewhere else in the medical industry such as a researcher and you go to work everyday with everyone expecting you and your colleagues to come up with a cure for terrible diseases such as cancer. Maybe you go home at night and your wife and kids look at you with hope eyes and ask: “Did you find a cure for cancer yet Daddy.” And everyday you have to say: “Not yet honey.”
Understandably you might get a little tired of being asked this question since you know in your heart you haven’t even come close. After hearing this night after night you might get a little sick of hearing it, so sick that might want to just come up with an excuse, any reason that you just cannot find a “cure” for the disease you have worked for most of your adult life. Finally, in desperation, it occurs to you that you could say that the whole “find a cure for cancer” thing is just out of your hands because getting cancer, at least most of the time, is just a case of “bad luck” and there is nothing you or any of your colleagues can do about it.
“[Researches] attributed 65 percent of cancer incidence to random mutations in genes that can drive cancer growth.” Yahoo News
“When someone gets cancer, immediately people want to know why,” said oncologist Dr. Bert Vogelstein of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, who conducted the study published in the journal Science with Johns Hopkins biomathematician Cristian Tomasetti.
“They like to believe there’s a reason. And the real reason in many cases is not because you didn’t behave well or were exposed to some bad environmental influence, it’s just because that person was unlucky. It’s losing the lottery.”
Tomasetti said harmful mutations occur for “no particular reason other than randomness” as the body’s master cells, called stem cells, divide in various tissues. Yahoo News
Cancer is random? There is no randomness to cancer growing inside a host body that has become acidified and rife with substances that do not perform any function, which we call toxins. Cancer thrives in an acidic environment lives on those things that do not belong in the body, which serve no function – toxins. All disease This demonstrates how little the medical establishment, including disease researchers, understands human health and where the source of disease stems from. All disease comes from our diet, not from our genes, and certainly not from luck.
Generally speaking, tissues that undergo more divisions – thus increasing the probability of random mutations – were more prone to tumors. Yahoo News
So, cancer is just a result of “random mutations” that make us more prone to cancer. They know nothing, these “wizards behind the curtains.