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If you smoke it, many types of cancer are possible-throat, lip, esophagus.
No, this is not true.
They do not exhibit density-dependent inhibition when growing in culture. / When they stop dividing, they do so at random points in the cell cycle. / They are not subject to c…ell cycle controls.
Yes, cancer is known to be caused by extended exposure nuclear radiation. If is also suspected by some that electromagnetic radiation (from electrical power lines and radio tr…ansmitters, including Cellular phones, WiFi, and radio stations)
I searched and couldn't find any evidence supporting this claim. An earlier answer cited several websites purported to be studies confirming the link, but only two of the four… cited even mentioned copper in their abstract, and they were concerned with something called Wilson's Disease, which is not cancer but rather an abnormal retention of copper in tissues. It's hardly surprising that a study of a disease having to do with abnormal copper levels would mention copper. So, while I would hesitate to say that it's impossible for copper to cause cancer, I can say that if there are any studies showing a link, they're rather difficult to find, while in contrast it's easy to find studies showing that certain copper compounds may be useful in treating cancer.
No, there is one thing that can heal some cancers. and its apricot seeds. there is a juice inside them and they heal. But that's only for some cancers not all.
There is a chance. If you are using a desktop computer make sure when your on it your in good lighting. If your on a laptop, they can cause cancer. Don't put a laptop directly… on you (like on your legs). That is aparently cancerous, meaning that you could get cancer from it. Also lots of peopele have wireless internet in there homes, and that could also possibly cause it. For the wirelss internet to be reachable everytwhere in your house, there is like invisible rays being given off by your router. These rays over time could be cancerous. Just remember, if you do use these things, it doesn't mean you will get cancer. Hope it helped! :)
I see no reason why it shouldn't develop in space. Apart from the lack of gravity - which seems irrelevant in this case - outer space is not much different from here.
no she does not have cancer
1. There is no perfect cure for it. 2. Not everyone survives.
They have escaped normal cell cycle controls.