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Where Does Cancer Come From?

Where Does Cancer Come From?
August 14, 2018 Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

People diagnosed with cancer naturally search for explanations for its origin and wonder how cancer might have been prevented.  The truth is that most cancers originate naturally within the human body from the moment of birth and continue throughout life.

Studies looking for cancer in certain organs after people die from any type of accident or illness have discovered breast cancer in 40% of women between 40-50 and prostate cancer in 65% of men between 60-65 years of age.

Those discoveries raise two important questions.  First, where do these cancers come from and second, why are more people not diagnosed or impacted by these cancers?

Where do They Come From?

A genetic mutation of a cell’s DNA is required for a healthy cell to take on the features that classify them as cancerous.  These mutations primarily arising from inaccurate copying of the genetic code or in other words, a biological “typo”.

Every day your body has to replace 50-70 billion cells and each cell needs to have its DNA copied.  A strand of DNA that contains our genetic code has 3 billion nucleic based pairs (think of these as individual letters in a document) that need to be copied.

No organism known to man can copy a 3 billion letter document, 50-70 billion times per day, every day, without making a mistake and these errors can result in a cell with cancerous behaviors.

Two thirds of human cancers are thought to arise from mistakes in the copying process.  But why don’t more people, or other animals, develop cancer?

Why Don’t More People Display Cancer?

Fortunately, evolution was also able to provide us with an immune system that prevents these random cancers from spreading.  This is why in spite of the fact that 40% of woman may have actual cancer within their breasts, only 11-12% will be diagnosed with it in later years and why only 15% of men get diagnosed with prostate cancer although 65% carry cancerous prostate cells.

The haunting question that remains is that as our cancer detection tools become even more sensitive, how many people are being over-diagnosed and treated for cancers that would have never become apparent if the patient had simply been left alone?

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Ruby Fields
Ruby Fields

Hi My daughter will be 12 this month. She has Down Syndrome and Autism. Speech delayed. She has been in the protocol for one year. We have seen some gains but very slow with some regression a couple of times. We have done Rifamixin twice during the past year. She got her cycle at the beginning of June. She scheduled for surgery in a week for an IUD to supress her cycle as she does not understand it. She will have anesthesia. Worried about regression due to anesthesia, what do we do? She is on 4 DHA pills and A… Read more »

Ruby Fields
Ruby Fields

Thank you, will do.

Saba
Saba

Dr with your protocol once can prevent from cancer

Jonas Weber
Jonas Weber

Dear Dr. Nemechek
Is Rifagut (Sun Pharma) from India also fine to take?
Do you have patients using this Brand?
Thank you

Mari S
Mari S

Hi Dr. Nemecheck. Like many people, I’m concerned about the study linking Inulin to liver cancer. I can see that you don’t think it’s cause for concern, but can you please explain? Maybe you could do a blog post about this – I know it would put many people’s minds at ease. I am feeling nervous about continuing the protocol with my children. Thank you!

Allison Rousseau
Allison Rousseau
Susan
Susan

Ive been told I have vagal neuropathy, polyneuropathy, laryngeal sensory neuropathy and now tinnitus, are these conditions that can be treated with your protocol. It started with a diagnosis of laryngeal pharynx reflux.

Deepika
Deepika

Hello Dr. Nemechek, My daughter 2 years 5 months old and was diagnosed of ASD on August 1st of this year. She has only 3 words now. I heard that Centella asiatica powder is good for children as it boosts memory and improves focus. I started to give her that powder with honey everyday from September 12th. In 12 days of giving it I can see good changes in her. She says some words to approximation. I heard about your protocol just one week before and very much positive to try it for her. Now my question is, can I… Read more »

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thank you sir. I have stopped the powder and now we are on two weeks in protocol. I am seeing awakening as well. Stimming increased, meltdowns are more, before protocol she takes nap at regular time n now it hard for her to sleep. Awareness as improved, but still couldn’t get much eye contact. Sir, is there a way were it will improve?
Age: 2 years 5 months old girl
Now inulin: 1/4 tsp
NN ultimate Omega: 1 ml
EVOO: 2 and 1/2 tsp
How long should I need to be in this dose? Any time period? Thank you in advance.

Mario Hernandez
Mario Hernandez

Great article!!

April Ducuing
April Ducuing

Hello Dr. N,
I’m asking for a friend who is interested in starting NP. She is allergic to fish. Anchovies being one of them. She breaks out in a rash and she aid she can feel it coming on in the top of her head. Her mother who is also allergic has had her throat swell. With good reason, she is apprehensive to start the full protocol due to the conflict with the fish oil. What is your advice in these situations?

April
April

Thank you very much. I will be sure to pass that on to her! I wish Rifaximin wasnt so hard to get! I have a RX and haven’t been able to fill it . Will keep trying though.

Sarah Brant
Sarah Brant

Wow, thank you so much, your feedback clarifies a lot for me. I ended up not taking him in yesterday because unlike his brother who came down with strep a few days ago, my 4 yo complaining of a sore throat does not have a fever or other symptoms. Thanks again!

Sarah Brant
Sarah Brant

Hi Dr Nemechek, I have a 4 yr old kiddo who has been on your protocol for about 2 months now. He has “red flags” for aspergers, but he’s doing very well now and at his IEP meeting Monday everyone was marveling at his much he’s changed over the summer. They removed a ton of goals from his IEP and his speech is now considered normal for his age. Anyway on to my question: this kiddo has had strep probably 9 or 10 times this year. He is complaining again of sore throat. I am at my wits end. He… Read more »

Sarah Brant
Sarah Brant

Hi Dr Nemechek, I am replying to this very old comment I left you last year because I’m having strep issues again with this same child. He has had so many remarkable gains on your protocol, he’s almost like a different child. I can’t thank you enough. When we really got into doing the protocol last year our son’s recurrent strep infections ceased. I spoke with your wonderful wife, Jean at one point and she explained to me that the recurrent strep infections can be caused by SIBO. She said the protocol would help with this issue. She was right!… Read more »

Jennifer Ellis-Schuetz
Jennifer Ellis-Schuetz

Hello! Love your work and insights into cancer and chronic disease. What do you recommend to help support the growth of good bacteria after the use of rifaxamin; especially if inulin is not tolerated? Is the fecal microbiota implant the only other approach you recommend?

Mrs. Bates
Mrs. Bates

Hi Dr. Nemechek, My son(35 months, ASD) has been on your protocol for 10 weeks now. He was making amazing gains! This week I noticed he suddenly stopped making as much eye contact with me an others, and he’s been running into things and bumping his head again( he did this for a bit as a toddler before the protocol). It has me really worried. His focus has decreased the past few days too and it’s become difficult to get his attention to communicate. Do you have any recommendations for what I should try to change? He is currently on… Read more »

Bob and Barb Vandaveer
Bob and Barb Vandaveer

Fascinating. Thank you!

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