David Rasnick is a biochemist with decades of research in AIDS and cancer.

Cancer is an extremely complex subject, so I’d recommend reading his summary article in which he outlines, in fairly simple language, the foundation of his argument.


David challenges the conventional view that cancer is primarily caused by genetic mutations.

He proposes the aneuploidy theory, which suggests that abnormalities in the number of chromosomes in cells can lead to cancer. This is a departure from the dominant somatic mutation theory, which attributes cancer development to specific gene mutations.

David argues that cancer is a relatively new phenomenon in human history, implying that the genetic mutation model may be flawed. He advocates for a different approach to cancer treatment that does not rely on aggressive methods like chemotherapy.

The Chromosomal Imbalance Theory Of Cancer videos, to which David refers, can be found here.

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