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How Poorly Structured Cellular Cytoplasm Leads to Dysfunctional Mitochondria and Cancer

Executive Summary

  • When the cytoplasm within the cell becomes dysregulated, the mitochondria become defective.
  • This is core to understanding how cells become cancerous.

Introduction

  • Mitochondria become defective when the cytoplasm in the cell is dysregulated.
  • This is a key part of understanding how cells become cancerous.

How Defective Mitochondria Lead to Errors in Cell Division

This is from the book Tripping Over the Truth: How The Metabolic Theory of Cancer Is Overturning One of Medicine’s Most Entrenched Paradigms.

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