The Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer Chapter The Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer Have you ever wondered why cancer treatment has not changed much in over 70 years? Why is chemotherapy still the mainstay of conventional cancer treatment after all these years of disappointing results for the majority of cancer cell types?
The classic experiments of Warburg on the respiratory pattern of cancers of various species and tissue origins reveal a high uniformity from tumor to tumor.
Indeed, there is no known basic property unique to any single exhibition of cancerthe only variation being a morphological one partially conditioned by admixed benign or somatic components.
The degree in the uniformity of the factors described increases with the increasing malignancy with which the tumor is exhibited. Thus with an increasing degree of malignancy, all malignant exhibitions Unitarian or trophoblastic thesis toward a common tissue type.
For this reason the cells of the most malignant of all exhibitions of cancer should epitomize the properties of the malignant component in all other exhibitions of cancer. That this is the case, we shall observe in the pages that follow.
We have glanced briefly at data that are commonplace to cancer research.
The logical consequences of these data have, however, seldom been examined. Since the phenomenon of cancer is truly an unitarian one, then, of logical necessity, the variations in the biological malignancy of different exhibitions of cancer must be a function of the concentration of a cell of an intrinsically uniform malignancy.
The definitively malignant cell either has its normal counterpart in the life-cycle or the malignant cell is without a normal cellular counterpart and, therefore, arises as a spontaneous generation.
Since spontaneous generation is an untenable postulate, the only alternative is that the malignant cell has its counterpart in the life-cycle. The question then arises whether this counterpart is a relatively developed cell or the most primitive cell in the life-cycle.
Since the primitivity of the cancer cell is a commonplace, in looking for its cellular counterpart in the life-cycle we turn to the most primitive cell in this cycle. This is the trophoblast cell.
Then as a logical corollary of the unitarian thesis, we should find the trophoblast as the constant malignant component in all exhibitions of cancer: If the unitarian thesis is valid, then the most malignant exhibition of cancer possible should be comprised almost completely of frank trophoblast cells; and, in being so comprised, should epitomize the cellular and other phenomena shared by exhibitions of a lesser malignancy.
The most highly malignant exhibitions of cancer known are the chorionepitheliomas comprised of frank trophoblast cells, cytologically, endocrinologically and otherwise indistinguishable from normal pregnancy trophoblast cells.
If cancer is an unitarian phenomenon whose malignancy is a function of the concentration of trophoblast cells within a given tissue, then the greater the concentration of such cells within a tissue the higher the malignancy [Page ] of the tissue and the more profound its cytological deviation from the cytology normal to the tissue.
If the unitarian thesis is valid, then the single exception to this generalization would comprise the most malignant of all exhibitions of cancer: It is, therefore, most significant that when pregnancy trophoblast is malignantly exhibited as primary uterine chorionepithelioma there is no ascertainable cytological, endocrinological or other intrinsic change whatever from the normal trophoblast cell.
As Boyd has phrased it, "microscopically the chorionepithelioma is an exaggeration of the condition normally found in pregnancy. Neither the trophoblast cell nor its hormone has ever been so found except as cancer. And whenever the trophoblast cell or its hormone has been found in the male or the non-pregnant female, the associated malignancy is observed to vary directly with the urinary excretion of trophoblast cell-produced gonadotrophin.
Even a superficial examination of the trophoblast cell indicates that it possesses such properties of the cancer cell as invasiveness, erosiveness, autonomy and ability to metastasize throughout the organs of the host.
No malignant cell invades any tissue any more rapidly and completely than the pregnancy trophoblast does the human uterus in the first few weeks of gestation.
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If the trophoblast cell, then, is instrinsically malignant, this malignancy should become especially apparent when the trophoblast is removed from the normal extrinsic checks and controls surrounding it in its normal canalization of pregnancy.Apricot seeds kill cancer cells.
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If the unitarian thesis is valid, then the most malignant exhibition of cancer possible should be comprised almost completely of frank trophoblast cells; and, in being so comprised, should epitomize the cellular and other phenomena shared by exhibitions of a lesser malignancy.
He is the author of many scientific papers including “The Unitarian or Trophoblastic Thesis of Cancer,” and “The Nitrilosides in Plants and Animals.” He was the science director of .
Contribuisci a migliorarla secondo le convenzioni di benjaminpohle.com i suggerimenti del progetto di riferimento. Return to Ovarian Cancer Survivors from Causes of Ovarian Cancer. Notes: 1. Ernst T Krebs Sr, Ernst T Krebs Jr and Howard H Beard, The Unitarian or Trophoblastic Thesis of Cancer, The Medical Record published July