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HOW TO "UNDRESS" CANCER?

What is Trophoblast and its relationship with Cancer !!!



Before we try to deal with cancer, we need to understand how and why cancer remains "undetected" for a long time, and why when it is already detected, it is "late" and requires aggressive therapy that harms the body as a whole, instead of " heals".




As a loan, the body has an army of billions of white blood cells (collectively called leukocytes), one of their main functions being to attack and destroy anything foreign, harmful or dangerous to the body.


So it seems logical that they attack cancer cells as well, right? But we already know that doesn't happen. One of the main reasons is that cancer (cancer cells) possess the full characteristics of a trophoblast, and trophoblast cells are well known to the body from its absolute cellular beginnings (to be explained below).


Since the trophoblast cells in question are part of the life cycle (they are pre-embryonic), nature has made them "invisible" to white blood cells: the trophoblast cells are enveloped by a thin fat-protein layer that carries a negative electrical charge, it is the same charge that white cells also carry: negative. As we know, two identical polarities repel each other, which is the main reason why the trophoblast remains well protected and invisible to white blood cells.


Let's understand what trophoblast is:


Trophoblast cells are specific pre-embryonic cells that are absolutely normal in the early stages of pregnancy. The interesting thing here is that during pregnancy, the trophoblast cell has the behavior of a cancer cell: The trophoblast multiplies rapidly, "eating" the uterine wall, making its way and preparing a place for the future embryo, which will attach to the uterus and receive protection and nourishment from it.


The trophoblast is formed as a result of a chain reaction with another cell called a diploid totipotent cell, for our purposes let us call it the cell of total life, since it contains within itself all the individual characteristics of the whole organism and has the ability to turn into any kind of tissue or organ, as well as an embryo in its own right.


About 80% of these total life cells are found in the ovaries or testes, where they serve as a genetic reservoir for future offspring. The rest are distributed throughout the body and are actively involved in the regeneration and healing of damaged tissues, which occurs in the following way: trauma of any origin, be it damaged tissue, physical trauma, chemical reaction or disease, leads to increased levels of estrogen , whose role is to serve as a stimulator or catalyst of healing processes in the body.


It is a known (or perhaps not) scientific fact that, as soon as it comes into contact with estrogen, this cell of total life goes into overdrive producing trophoblast, and when the trophoblast also comes into contact with estrogen, this often leads to the formation of malignant cells. Do you see the estrogen-trophoblast-cancer connection?


When the formation of cancer cells begins, the body reacts by trying to isolate them from the rest by encapsulating/wrapping them with tissue. The most common result is the formation of a so-called lump.


Viewed through a microscope, most of these formations look like a hybrid between a trophoblast and its surrounding cells. The interesting thing here is that as the development of the cancer progresses, the formations in question more and more begin to adopt the classic characteristics / behavior of a trophoblast (which


automatically means also well protected from detection by white blood cells). For example, the cells of even the most malignant of all cancers: epitheliomas, are indistinguishable from trophoblastic cells.


Can we "strip" trophoblast/or cancer cells of their protective protein coat and make them vulnerable to white blood cells? Of course !!! Part of the solution lies in the pancreas, which secretes enzymes, and we emphasize one in particular, called trypsin.


An ideal treatment would only fight malignant cells without affecting healthy cells or increasing the risk of new cancers forming.


In order to achieve an effective fight against an oncological disease, cancer cells must at all costs be recognized by white blood cells. Otherwise, "treatment" is limited to conventional chemo- and radiation-therapies, which are known to often destroy both cancerous and normal cells, and which lead to horrific side effects.








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