Cancer cells are constantly dividing and growing, which can make them hard to track. However, according to the American Cancer Society, it's estimated that there are about 38.4 trillion cancer cells in the human body at any given time. That means that for every healthy cell in your body, there are about 1,000. While this may seem like a lot, keep in mind that mutated cells make up a very small percentage of the overall cells in your body.
In fact, they're so outnumbered that your immune system is usually able to keep them in check. However, sometimes cancer cells are able to evade the immune system and begin to grow out of control. When this happens, cancer can develop. Normal cells become cancerous when they experience damage to their DNA. This can happen due to many things, including:
There are a number of different cancer treatments available, and the type of treatment that's right for you will depend on a number of factors, including the type and stage of cancer, your overall health, and your personal preferences. The most common types of cancer treatments are surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.
Surgery is usually the first line of treatment for cancer, and it can be used to remove cancerous tumors. Radiation therapy uses high-energy beams to kill cancerous cells, while chemotherapy drugs work to kill cancer cells all over the body.
Other treatments, such as immunotherapy and targeted therapy, are also available for some types of cancer. Clinical trials testing new cancer treatments are also an option for some people.
The problem is that cancerous cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. In many cases, after conventional cancer treatments, they continue to multiply at undetectable levels until they become dangerous again.
Cancer treatments can be lifesaving, but they often come with side effects. The side effects of cancer treatment vary depending on the type of treatment, but they can include fatigue, pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, hair loss, and more. Many of these side effects can be managed, and your doctor will work with you to help minimize them.
It's important to remember that cancer treatment side effects are different for everyone, and not everyone will experience all the possible side effects. Talk to your doctor about what you can expect from your treatment.
Cancer encompasses a complex group of more than 100 different types of diseases and can affect just about every organ in the human body. Many people are surprised to learn that there are several new treatments showing promising results.
The Developer believes that The CC Formula is able to transport highly available zinc and copper to target cancers or any kind of mutated cell, and kill only those cells, leaving the healthy normal cells surrounding the disease functioning without disruption.
The degree and rate at which a drug or other substance is absorbed or becomes available at the site of action. With The CC Formula, the developer has created a process that makes the zinc and copper more bioavailable to transport to the mutated cells.
The CC Formula is unique in that our non-clinical trials indicate that with diseased subject treatment; very demonstrable reactions give visual evidence that the disease is being eliminated from the subject’s body, while treatment on healthy individuals shows no reaction whatsoever.
A regimen of probiotics and immune system boosters is recommended when treating with The CC Formula. We believe that the ingredients will receive an FDA category 3 or 4 - Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) designation when the toxicity studies are finished. However, as of this writing, The CC Formula is not approved by the US FDA and has not been submitted for publication to MDA or any other organization.
In summary, it is believed that this formula is able to transport highly bioavailable Zinc and Copper to targeted diseases (any kind of non-functioning or mutated cell) and kill only those cells, leaving the healthy normal cells surrounding the disease functioning without disruption.