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Cancer and precocious aging
Genetic System of cellular maintenance. 1995
Of ferman: Fernando Mancebo Rodriguez---

Biological Genetics consists of systems and phases for the construction, structuring and
maintenance of animal biology.
Genetics in particular consists of systems of direction and maintenance of the biological
structures of animals, using several phases in the construction and development of the same
ones, and also some phases for the maintenance in good condition the built animals in question.
Now, as this study is only with regard to cancers, we are going to place only in the phase whose
malfunction could produce or induce the proliferation of these carcinogenic bodies.
I am referring to the Phase or Maintenance System (FM) of the animal body in perfect
organization throughout its life.
This is a genetic system that drives to reproduce the necessary cells so that the body of the
animal is always completely and perfectly structured.
So, if for example a cell dies by aging, destruction by disease, by accident, etc., then it must
reproduce another or others to take the place of the destroyed, and so, the body can continue to
act normally.
For this, the cells must have Maintenance Inductors (IM) that drive the reproduction of the new
cells needed.
Logically, these inducers should be located next to the neighboring cells in order to "learn" that
their neighbor has died and must replace her.
Once its neighbor cell has died, because this inductor is released and can proceed to incite its
cell to be reproduced, with which the new nascent cell occupy the site of the deceased.
However, this simple method of work may fail in its organization or development and end up
producing imbalances in the process, and that seems to be what happens with cancers, and
perhaps also, with premature aging.

Suppose that in the maintenance process, some inducers (IM) of reproduction did not re-adjust
and bind completely to the new nascent cells, being free of ties or links. What would happen
Logically they would continue with the work of reproduction indefinitely and they would
produce an "intrusive body or cellular mass" that would continue reproducing without any
limitation or corporal order. Then here we have a CANCER.
Then possibly cancers consist and they are formed by an uncontrolled release of inductors (IM)
which will continue working without any hindrance and producing biological masses without
the least order or control.
Premature aging
But let's think in the opposite case, that the inducers (IM) would be disabled or unable to do
their job of replacing dead cells.
Or simply the body of the animal did not contain these inductors in good condition.
Well, this phase of biological development would not work on that animal and could not replace
dead or deteriorated cells and therefore their vital maintenance capacity would be seriously
affected, having fewer cells and more aged.
That is, this animal would be aging and dying more quickly than the other healthy ones.
Let's see here a general outline of the Life Development Phases.

ORGANIC VITALITY = -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EROSION or DEGENERATIVE SPEED

See pages on this study.
Genetic Heredity.
Type of Genes T and D

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