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 III. Important Points for Theoretical Analysis of Carcinogenesis
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(9) Difference in Level
between A Normal and A Cancer Cell

“A cancer cell can theoretically be considered to belong to a level next higher than that of a normal cell.” This indication can be deduced from the following two cellular mechanisms already explained in the previous two sections. First, whereas a normal cell has one or two-dimensional movement which does not have three-dimensional stability, a cancer cell has three-dimensional movement which has three-dimensional stability. Second, a cancer cell contains a large amount of momentum compared with a normal cell. These two indications enable us to explain clearly the difference in level between a normal and a cancer cell.

First of all, let us classify the levels of cells into a normal and a cancer cell level. Section 8 has indicated that although a cancer cell has three-dimensional stability, a normal cell does not have it. Furthermore, systems belonging to different levels usually show different characters. Thus, according to the difference in cellular stability, cells can be classified into two groups: one is a cell belonging to a normal cell level, and the other is a cell belonging to a cancer cell level. That is, a normal and a cancer cell belong to different cellular levels.

Next, check the difference in the level height between a normal and a cancer cell. Section 7 has concluded that a cancer cell contains a large amount of momentum compared with a normal cell. In addition, the concept of “level” means the relative position or the rank on a scale, and enables us to explain the difference in momentum between a normal and a cancer cell. For the reasons, it is indicated as follows: “A cancer cell belongs to a level higher than that of a normal cell.” In other words, a cancer cell level is higher than a normal cell level.

All in all, the reasons above allow us to conclude that a cancer cell belongs to a level next higher than that of a normal cell. According to the difference in cellular stability, the levels of cells can be classified into a normal and a cancer cell level. Besides, a cancer cell contains a large amount of momentum compared with a normal cell, and can be considered to belong to a level higher than that of a normal cell. Thus, it can be determined that a cancer cell belongs to a next higher level than that of a normal cell. Importantly, this conclusion reveals that a cancer cell can work as not an abnormal cell but one of the normal cells in a human body.

Fig12.Difference in Level
between A Normal and A Cancer Cell

Points:
According to the difference in cellular stability, cells can be classified into two kinds: normal and cancer cells. In addition, a cancer cell contains a large momentum compared with a normal cell. This means that a human body has a program producing two kinds of cells: normal and cancer cells. This means that it is dangerous to regard cancer cells as our enemy.

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