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Unraveling the Mystery of Cause & Cure of Cancer by Dr. Shaoqing Lai from Oasis Publishers.

New York, NY, December 11, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Until now, all we know is that cancer is a disease of genes and molecules. Researchers across past decades, however, have transfigured our understanding of cancer but not regarding its cause & growth in large part. The application and development of the techniques of molecular biology might have enabled researchers to investigate and explain features of individual cells in ways that are unimaginable but the analytical view of tissue regeneration that apparently plays a critical role in cancer growth has still not been probed into.

In Untangling the Mystery of Cancer, Shaoqing Lai, specialist in endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of digestive tumors brings into view a theory describing origination of tumors from tissue regeneration, and normal tissue stem cells. Exploring the mechanism of cancer by the view of tissue regeneration, the author finds tumor promoters to be triggering stem cells to proliferate.

Taking clues from the study, one of the most significant early observations that Lai made about cancer is that its incidence varies between different populations. Another important observation that the author viewed is the occurrence of unlimited and uncontrolled cell division that results in the formation of malignant tumors. This process is known as Carcinogenesis in which uncontrolled division of cells takes place due to a mutation of DNA in cells.

The work of Lai which sponsored the view, "Tumors originate from tissue regeneration" is well known and little needs be said except to enumerate briefly the prominent features upon which his affirmations are based.

The author held the view that there is a notable difference in the appearance of cancer by the view of tissue regeneration.

Taking the mouse mammary gland and liver, he has demonstrated that tumor cells differentiated into normal mature inducers with appropriate inducers. Furthermore, it has been revealed that normal stem cells would develop into tumor stem cells without suitable inducers.

The evidence to date favors the mechanism in which tumor cells can differentiate into normal mature cells in appropriate conditions. While, conversely, the normal stem cells will advance into tumor cells in inappropriate conditions. From his observations, Lai suggests that "if" the tumor cells are consequent of gene mutation, they are unable to differentiate into normal mature cells. It is hence clear that resistance to carcinogenesis is tissue-specific.

In addition to this, he makes a contention that some types of tumors are life and health threatening. With few exceptions, that differentiation lies under their division into 2 major categories: malignant or benign.

The author says: the most threatening tumors are those that pervade and destroy healthy tissues in the body's key organ systems by obtaining access to the lymphatic or circulatory systems. The process of spread co-occurred with seeding of tumor cells in distant areas, thus making the tumors growing and spreading brutally in this manner malignant, or cancerous.

The definition of Carcinogenesis to be consequent in failure of tissue development - by Dr. Shaoqing Lai stood the test of time as it emphasizes upon two major characteristics of cancer: Atypical cell growth and the fact that atypical growth occurs due to malfunction in the mechanisms that monitor cell growth and differentiation. The author reveals that transition of cells across different stages from normal to cancerous can be thought of as progressive process, in which there occurs a succession of genetic alterations that undergo selection and identify the ultimate genotype of a tumor and its metastases.

Also adding to his observation that only reproducible tissues can develop tumors, it is clear that resistance and susceptibility involve a number of genes and that all seem to be tissue-specific in their action.

Finally, a simple theory is anticipated to have distributed the comprehension of the mechanisms of resistance-susceptibility in the rat will lead to determination of human tumor-modifier genes that will, in turn, lead to a much better understanding of human cancer development.

Dr. Shaoqing Lai is a pronounced researcher, always making valuable research advancements available in the field of Endoscopy, Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis and thus is positioned forward among the world famous Carcinogenesis and Endoscopic gazettes.

Concluding Carcinogenesis as a consequence of failure of tissue development, the ultimate solution of tumor suggested by Dr. Lai is the differentiation therapy. He says: The disease could be prevented or cured discerning the occurrence of kinds of normal cells & cancer cells, how cancer cells differ from their normal counterparts, and what events prompts the proliferation of these abnormal cells.

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