The construction of a body begins with the fusion of an egg cell and a sperm. The fusion initiates the process of cell multiplication. The rapid multiplication of cells forms into a baby of about 3kg in nine months and attains about 80 kg weight with 6 ft. height within 20 years. Once the body’s growth completes, the process of cell multiplication stops and is taken over by the process of cell division which is known as ‘Mutation’. In the process of mutation, a cell divides into two parts, where the older one decays and is replaced by the new one. The phenomenon of cell division takes care of day to day maintenance and repair of cells. However, during the process of transition from cell multiplication to cell division, a few cells with the characteristics of cell multiplication are retained under the control of immunity for emergency repairs, i.e. wounds/cuts, in Skin or Bone Fracture. These cells are stored under a strict control of immunity. Any lapse in immunity results in multiplication of cells which is the basic characteristic of these cells. If the multiplication of these cells remain undetected by immunity for prolonged duration and exceeds the threshold limit, it results in uncontrolled growth of cells causing cancer.
Cancer is an undesirable activity within an individual’s body. It does not come from the outside. However, outside factors are greatly responsible for lowering and diversifying immunity, which is the root cause of cancer. Input to the body is heavily adulterated and polluted resulting in enhanced toxicity. The immunity gets diverted in neutralizing toxicity and as a result, the cells kept for emergency repairs start multiplying, resulting in cancer.