Basically whatever happens to our cells will happen

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Basically, whatever happens to our cells will happen to us. The was a scientist in the 1800’s who said this (I paraphrase): When enough of your cells are sick, y ou are sick. When enough of your cells die, you die. This was coined by Rudolf Virchow. It took years for modern doctors to follow this concept. It used to be thought like this: If your heart fails, it will cause the cells to fail, hence a heart attack. Today, due to the understanding of Virchow over 100 years ago, we think like this: Your heart cells
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  • Summer '18
  • Bassett
  • Integers, Cell nucleus

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