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Because the cancer cells were weaker and more confused than the normal cells,
they would not be able to repair the damage, Carl suggested, and so the normal
cells would remain healthy while the cancer cells would die. Carl then asked the
during this period, and the transplanted tissue is thoroughly checked to ensure
that it is normal and healthy. But when something goes wrong with these
painstaking procedures, the effect can be lethal. Such a case was reported by Dr.
Now, the cancerous cells were depicted as small and grapelike, and entwined
with the normal cells. She associated this image with a great deal of fear which
she had been experiencing recently. (We have often observed that vinelike, ...
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