Hypothesis by French and Australian researchers

Posted on August 11, 2016

Evolution could explain why cancer attacks more to certain organs. Researchers’ theory is based on the fact that tumors are more common in large or partner organs, such as the breasts, lungs, or kidneys .

 

Although this is a hypothesis, in the opinion of Dr. Andrew Quest, director of the Cell’s Molecular Studies Center (CEMC) and principal investigator of the Advanced Center for Chronic Diseases (ACCDiS), is an interesting proposal that requires of more research .

 

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