The Chromosomal Imbalance Theory of Cancer: The Autocatalyzed Progression of Aneuploidy is Carcinogenesis
Exploring the chromosomal imbalance (aneuploidy) theory of cancer, this volume describes how cancer is initiated and why progression takes years to decades. It clarifies why cancer cells often become drug resistant, provides objective, quantitative measures for detecting cancer and monitoring its progression, and suggests non-toxic strategies of cancer therapy and prevention. The book posits that the autocatalyzed progression of aneuploidy is carcinogenesis. The clarity and unifying simplicity of the theory of chromosomal imbalance has the potential to fundamentally alter the course of cancer research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.