Cancerous Tumor Life: Biological and Physical Aspects


Miroslaw Kozlowski
Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland

Sultan Tarlaci
Department of Neurology, Editor-in-Chief NeuroQuantology, Turkey

Series: Cancer Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatments
BISAC: MED062000

In this book, the authors study the mutual interaction of cancer and its host body. The authors present the point of view that this interaction is mediated by human consciousness. Although the term cancer refers to undisciplined and uncontrollable cellular growth, a basal cell carcinoma of the skin is quite different from adenocarcinoma of the lung, prostate, or breast, brain tumors, lymphomas, leukemias, and other malignancies. These all differ markedly with respect to growth rates, metastatic tendencies, and sensitivity to neuroendocrine or immune system influences, particularly those that might be modulated by stress. There are critical concerns when it comes to determining exactly how long a cancer has been present. If a lump in the breast is found to be malignant, when did the cancer start? A month, six months, or years before clinical detection? Such information would be crucial to establish any temporal relationship with the antecedent. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Overview of the Research

Chapter 2: Quantum Mechanics and Life

Chapter 3: Stress and Cancer Life

Chapter 4: The Electrical Properties of Cancer Cells

Chapter 5: Classical Description of Tumor Life: Boltzamann Equation for Cancer Tumor Evolution

Chapter 6: Quantum Mechanics and Cancer


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