A different theory of cancer

A different theory of cancer

by Jon Rappoport

March 7, 2018

“The scrambling of chromosomes is so massive that no two cancer cells are identical. This means there is no typical cancer cell for vaccines or drugs to target and drug resistance is inevitable. All this without gene mutations.” (David Rasnick, PhD, former mainstream researcher, who has now become an outsider.)

A theory to explain the failure of the war on cancer? A theory that indicates in simple terms why mainstream treatments fail? A door that could open up on new alternative treatments?

There is a fascinating book-in-progress by chemist David Rasnick, PhD. It proposes a quite different view of cancer.

Here is an excerpt from David’s bio: “The past 21 years I have studied cancer from a completely new perspective. Prior to that, I worked in the pharmaceutical/biotech industries developing drugs against cancer, emphysema, arthritis, and parasites.”

“I…synthesized the first peptidyl-fluoromethanes. These molecules are…used around the world in the development of therapies for the tissue-destroying diseases of arthritis, cancer, and parasites, among others.”

David presents an explanation of cancer by tracing the cause to CHROMOSOME MALFUNCTION—which is a major departure from the current GENE-MUTATION hypothesis.

Merriam-Webster: “[A gene is] a unit of DNA that is usually located on a chromosome and that controls the development of one or more traits and is the basic unit by which genetic information is passed from parent to offspring.”

Vocabulary.com: “A chromosome is a strand of DNA that is encoded with genes. In most cells, humans have 22 pairs of these chromosomes plus the two sex chromosomes…”

David writes: “Cancer is a disease of the chromosomes! This simple understanding changes everything—from prevention to diagnosis to treatment. It explains spontaneous remission, inevitable drug resistance, and strongly supports alternatives to radiation and chemotherapy. It can help you and your family make better informed choices.”

David is raising funds for the purpose of completing his book. You can go to his Indiegogo site and watch David explain his cancer research, and if so moved, make a contribution.

I asked David to make a few comments about his new work—now that he has moved from the scientific mainstream to an “outsider” position. Here are his remarks:

“The biggest mark against [gene] mutations causing cancer is that every attempt to experimentally, or any other way, to prove it has failed. Second, basing diagnosis and treatment on the gene theory have failed to reduce the incidence of cancer and mortality. Third, theoretical and experimental proof that unbalanced chromosomes cause cancer continues to amass. So far, the chromosomal imbalance theory has successfully explained everything we know about cancer: how it starts and progresses over years to decades, its physical and behavioral characteristics, inevitable drug resistance, the impossibility of a vaccine against cancer…”

“Anything that becomes entrenched is difficult to replace. The trillion dollars spent on the gene centric war on cancer has created a mighty citadel. Huge egg in the face of government, drug companies, academics and opinion leaders to say whoops folks, sorry, we got it wrong.”

“Unbalanced chromosomes completely disrupt the species specific and tissue specific location of chromosomes. The chromosomes still orchestrate the production of proteins but in bizarre and uncoordinated ways. Again, without mutation of genes.”

“…there is an overall gain in chromosomes as…unbalanced cells divide over a period of years to decades. The amount of protein in a cell is proportional to the number of chromosomes, which means that cancer cells have considerably more protein than normal cells. The extra protein leads to the secretion of very dangerous digestive enzymes and other proteins responsible for invasion of adjacent tissues and metastasis.”

“The scrambling of chromosomes is so massive that no two cancer cells are identical. This means there is no typical cancer cell for vaccines or drugs to target and drug resistance is inevitable. All this without gene mutations.”

“The chromosomal imbalance theory changes everything about cancer. It offers young researches a very powerful and productive alternative to the hopelessly failed gene mutation theory.”

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

14 comments on “A different theory of cancer

  1. Kenneth T. says:

    The war on cancer is unwinnable by design. There are cures, by the way, but to announce the good news, would surely stop the cash flow. There is no profit in a cure… treatment, now that is where the money is.

    *** sigh ***

  2. the postman says:

    Cancer isn’t a disease of genetics at all. It’s a disease caused by poor diet compounded by ignorance of history.

    “… there is no disease whose prime cause is better known, so that today ignorance is no longer an excuse that one cannot do more about prevention… In the meantime, millions of men must die of cancer unnecessarily.”

    — Dr. Otto Warburg, Medical Nobel Prize winner

  3. Reblogged this on amnesiaclinic and commented:
    Very courageous. Chances of Big Pharma owning up and apologising?

  4. jandvig says:

    Dr. Jason Fung, a nephrologist, also writes on outside the pharmaceutical box on cancer studies.
    As a breast cancer patient I appreciate the creative geniuses out there who have real vision.
    Thanks for sharing this info, Jon.

  5. bettyhill says:

    Peter Duesberg – https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Duesberg&prev=search

    Someone the scientific community on the matter of Cancer and HIV/Aids hated because he questioned their wisdom and understanding of why cancer happens. A great alternative thinker that put scientific understanding upside down and at the other end of the spectrum. Peter should have received a Nobel Prize, but the conformative Nobel Committee could not have that now could they, as it would have made a lot of their Laureates charlatans. We need thinkers like Duesberg to open up the minds of the medical establishment and to other possibilities that often are proven right.

    It appears that Rasnick and Duesberg would have made good bed pals…in a scientific context of course.

  6. Great reporting Jon, Mr Journalist Extraordinaire, as always. This is like a ray of sunshine on a stormy day: a fresh path of research after so many years of failure. This may go down in history as being as significant as the day we homo-saps finally realized we do not have to burn the witches account for our crop failures.

  7. TheAlmightyPill says:

    Has anyone investigated German New Medicine? It purports to explain cancer in a completely different and intriguing manner.

  8. What do you expect from “symptoms based” (materialist) sciences, Jon?

    Wow, more patterns to discombobulate.

    “…and the unsighted shall lead the blind”.


  9. john chard says:

    Does this mean we’re back to the old we’re victims of our genes & there aint nothing we can do about it rubbish? Cancer is a metabolic disease.

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