Every day, tens of thousands of changes occur in the human body’s genetic material. They are the result of both external factors in the environment in which the organism lives and internal factors arising during various metabolic processes. Fortunately, the cells are well
equipped by nature with damage removal systems with extraordinary efficiency. When our immune system is in good condition, we produce about 2,000 new immune cells per second.
In the event that a normal cell transforms into a cancer cell in a healthy and strong body, the DNA repair system immediately starts and the entire cell cycle stops until the defects in the DNA are repaired. However, when our safety system is out of order, the process of transforming
cells into cancer cells is not interrupted in time. Rebellious cancer cells get out of control of the body and the defense system and begin to divide uncontrollably, which leads to the development of cancer.