What is the reason why a cell becomes cancerous?



There is an infinite amount of reasons to cause genetic misinformation in normal cells. Each cell contains approximately 30,000 genes inside its chromosomes, genes exist within these two are closely related to the condition of the cancer (oncogenes and anti-oncogenes).

What can alter a gene oncogene?



- These changes can occur when our power, it is common foods with preservatives, artificial flavors and colors, exposing food to radiation, excessive consumption of protein and fat in addition to the ingestion of food contaminated with pesticides or hormones.


- When vacuuming solvents, asbestos, gases and particles of heavy elements.


- Smoking, represents a high risk of cancer due to the tar and nicotine in snuff.

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