Enzymes are  Potentially a Cure for Cancer - Part 1 

There have been researches conducted aimed to conclude the benefits of enzymes in curing cancer. In fact, the hypothesis that enzymes can potentially cure cancer was initiated in the early 1900s by the Scottish biologist, John Beard. He taught at the University of Edingurgh until his death and is considered as one of the leading biologists of the late 19th and early 20th century. 

His interest in the composition and utilization of the placenta has lead him to the discovery of the parallels between cancer and trophoblastic cells that envelope and nourish the embryo. It is said that Beard was especially amazed by the microscopic form of trophoblastic layer that efficaciously attaches to the uterine wall. It was through this fascination that he noticed the semblance of these trophpblastic cells to cancer cells. 

The cells within the body are actually very distinct in their appearances that enables doctors to identify any misplaced or abnormal cells that appears in areas of the body that where they shouldn't be. Every cell in every organ differs from one another. The nerve cells appears uniquely different from the cells that line the intestine, just as the cells in the pancreas look uniquely different from muscle cells, and so on and so forth. Moreover, the cell types an organ consists can vary greatly, depending on their specific function.  

However, when cells lose this definition or specialness, that's when they are identified as cancer cells. Although cancer cells may typically resemble somewhat cells from the organ in which they develop. However, as these abnormal cells become aggressive, they semblance becomes less. 

Beard not only discovered that the early placental cells or trophoblastic cells look like cancer cells, but realized they behave like cancer cells as well. He discovered that trophoblastic cells are just as invasive as cancer cells. Just as cancer cells able to produce a host of enzymes that allow then to break down tissue barriers and invade normal tissue, trophoblastic cells are also able to efficaciously invade the uterus. And just as a tumor able to generate its own complex blood supply fuelling its growth, trophoblastic cells is also able to do so to support the growing embryo. And lastly, just as cancer cells grow without inhibition, the placenta also has the tendency to grow without restraint, resulting to choriocarcinoma.  

Beard was aware that the placenta changes from an aggressive and invading tissue upon its developments into a tamed and non-invasive life supporting system eventually- in the case of humans, right about the 56th day after conception.


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