Friday, 13 July 2007
It is the nature of cells to divide and increase their number in a process called mitosis. Normal cells divide to replace those lost, or to repair injuries only, then stop dividing. Cancer is an abnormal, continuous multiplying of cells.
The cells divide uncontrollably and may grow into adjacent tissue or spread to distant parts of the body. The mass of cancer cells eventually become large enough to produce lumps, masses, or tumors that can be detected, which can be benign or malignant:
Benign Tumors: are not cancerous can usually be removed do not come back in most cases do not spread to other parts of the body, and the cells do not invade other tissues.
Malignant Tumors: are cancerous can invade and damage nearby tissues and organs metastasize (cancer cells break away from a malignant tumor and enter the bloodstream or lymphatic system to form secondary tumors in other parts of the body) The smallest cancer that can be detected by examination, x-ray, or scan is slightly less than one-fourth of an inch in diameter and contains between a million to a billion cancer cells.
What are the general categories of cancers? There are several general categories of cancer, with carcinomas and adenocarcinomas being the most common:
Carcinomas are cancers that occur in epithelial surfaces -- the cells that form the outer surface of the body to line or cover the cavities in the body, tubes and passageways.
Adenocarcinomas are cancers that form on a glandular surface, such as the lung, breast, prostate, ovary, or kidney.
Sarcomas are cancers that occur in supporting structures, such as bone, muscle, cartilage, fat, or fibrous tissue.
Leukemias and lymphomas are cancers that occur in blood cell elements. Brain cancers, nerve cancers, melanomas, and certain testicular and ovarian cancers do not fall into a general category.
What are primary cancers? Cancers begin in a single cell, and that cell is the site of the primary cancer. The cancer is named for the primary site of origin, such as skin, colon, or breast. For example: When cancer is found in the liver that originated in the colon it is called colon cancer that has metastasized to the liver, not liver cancer. Liver cancers are those that originated from a liver cell. If it spreads to the lung, it is still liver cancer, not lung cancer. When cancer spreads to the regional lymph nodes, those nodes are said to contain metastatic cancer. (Cancers that originate in the lymph cells of a node are called lymphomas.)
What are metastatic cancers? Cancer can spread from its original location to other parts of the body. Spreading may occur by direct extension or invasion into adjacent tissues. Systemic spread throughout the body may occur by way of the: blood system -- arteries and veins take blood to and from all areas of the body's lymphatic system -- a network of lymphatic vessels in all areas of the body that drain and filter infectious agents cerebrospinal fluid. When cancer spreads to another part of the body, it is called metastatic cancer.
Causes of Cancer? Geopathic Stress is one of the major causes of Cancer.
What are Geopathic Stress Zones: Geopathic Stress zone: Geopathic Stress is natural radiation that rises up through the earth, other material matter and is distorted by electro-magnetic fields created by subterranean running water, mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities. The wavelengths of the natural radiation disturbed in this way become harmful to living organisms. Electropathological energy created by modern technology like televisions, computers, mobile phones, micro wave ovens etc. also contribute to geopathic stress zone. Other contributions to Geopathic Stress zones are in the form of high and low frequency energy from telecommunication towers, electricity pylons, transformers, radar and radio towers. Evidence Connecting Geopathic Stress Zone to Illness Geopathic stress zone has been found to be the common factor in many serious and minor illnesses and psychological conditions, especially those conditions in which the immune system is severely compromised. The major issue is an increased risk of cancer. While geopathic stress zone does not directly cause cancer, it weakens the body and makes it much more likely to acquire cancer. Studies have shown that over 85% of patients who die from cancer had regular exposure to geopathic stress zone.
Late Dr. Hans Nieper, M.D., stated that 92% of all his cancer patients and 75% of his MS patients are from geopathically stress zoneed. Dr. Nieper was a world-renowned cancer and MS specialist and operated one of the largest MS practices in the world, located in Germany. · Von Pohl proved to the Central Committee for Cancer Research in Berlin, almost 60 years ago, that one was unlikely to get cancer unless one spent some time in geopathically stress zoneed places. · Dr. Hager, M.D., found Geopathic Stress zone was present in all 5,348 cancer cases investigated. · The German physicist Robert Endros studied this question with Professor KE Lotz of the School of Architecture of Biberach (West Germany). Their analysis of 400 deaths due to cancer revealed that 383 cases were related to dwelling - over geological faults, underground waterveins and disturbances of the natural geomagnetic field. Geopathic Stress zone has been found to be the common factor in most serious and minor illnesses and psychological conditions, including cancer, MS, AIDS, tuberculosis, meningitis, MD, kidney and gallstones, rheumatism, heart and circulation problems as well as Depression, Insomnia, Suicide, the promotion of stress zone, and high blood pressure, together with resistence to treatment. Geopathic Stress zone is also the common factor in cases of infertility and miscarriages, and in most children with learning difficulties and behavioral problems. When the home or work place of the affected person is neutralized, the geopathic stress zone conditions resolve themselves and the body begins to heal.
Why so many pyramids
written by Kumar , December 26, 2007
U used 10,000 pyramids in your place. It costs a lot to have so many. Even Rs. 15 per would mean Rs. 15,00,000.
How expensive is it for a flat of 2,000 sq.ft
Response from Premal Betai: You may require to contribute anywhere between Rs.2000 to Rs.5000 for a flat of 2000 square feet.