Eating Cancer

Recently it came to mind that the ingestion of animal products may lead to cancer.  Admittedly few venture down this path of reasoning as we are want to apply science when our base desires are involved. 

Yet if we can identify a pathway to the formation of cancer through the ingestion of animal protein or products it would be meat to envision a world free of this particular etiology.

Imagine a cow, living on a typical meat farm. The stresses of overcrowding, hormones and other unknown factors including perhaps inbreeding might lead to the subject developing cancer. 

Now, imagine the subject terminated.  Its cell structure may degenerate somewhat but even grinding and cooking won't entirely destroy what constitutes the unique qualities we identify as cow. 

So hardy are some cells and cell components that up to 1% of fish eggs fed to ducks in an experiment to determine why certain fish species appeared hundreds of miles from their Lake of origin managed to survive transport in the GI tract and spawn successfully from duck feces. 

What about rogue tumour DNA? It is very likely to be expressed in a disproportionately high copy number if present.  Given that cancer is so successful and virulent one envisions a possible suite of transposable elements moving through the vertebrate genome as plasmids.  Maybe this is essential to their propagation. 

In any case, once inside your gut - as hamburger, steak, chicken nugget etc - the cancerous DNA might get taken up into a virus. In fact it may be living in the animal of origin in this highly protected and virulent form as part of its lifestyle of multiplying and invading.

The virus then may enter into the circulation and infect your cell.  Given that your cell machinery is highly compatible with the subject's DNA, it can be read, transcribed, copied and result in RNA and proteins to carry out its nefarious purposes. 

In this case the phrase you are what you eat takes on a host of new meaning.

Once it was determined that we have been living with this blind spot as a human community,  several leading cancer researchers were contacted to verify the logic.  Dr. Robert Weinberg PhD MIT kindly wrote back that he was convinced of the pathway and asked to be kept up to date. 

If the professor is concerned then we all should be.  Knowing the source of cancer helps but what can be done for those already affected?  

After reading about Dr. Raphael Mechoulam's work into CBD being 10x more effective against neuroblastoma than even THC - both of which Dr. Mechoulam discovered, along with over 400 other cannabinoids (Nobel!!) it occurred to this researcher that water solubility might make the potency increase even further.  Conferring with an organic chemist over how to methylate THC - which seemed from the general literature a good solution in potency problems - the answer was provided: sodium salts.  Digging even further a formula came on our radar and we wrote several researchers, including Dr. Mechoulam, about this product.  Recently Dr. Mechoulam reported in the news producing a stable water soluble CBD resembling this suggestion.  Many formulations come to mind, especially gum.  Keep watch for this mega potency version and use CBD until then as you can get it, especially gum.

Caution - meat may be a major source of cancer in humans.  Recommend switching to non-animal products.

Added bonus benefit:  a study in the US led by a Cardiologist found 100% reversal of arterial blockage in all study participants after 5 years on a purely vegetarian diet.

While 500k deaths are to date attributed to CV19 the annual death count on record for cancer is 3 M and heart disease 20 M. 

Food made from Abel?
Not on my table!

"Well, if i wasn’t convinced before, I certainly am now. Thanks for keeping me up to date!  best wishes, Bob Weinberg".

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