Surgeons are well aware that when a very large cancer is surgically removed, frequently the cancer will aggressively “sprout” up in many parts of the body, such as the lungs. Were the cancer cells in the lungs already before the operation to remove the main “mother” tumor, or did they travel to the lungs during the operation? Many scientists believe that the cancer cells were in the lung already before the operation, and that the stress of surgery somehow causes the dormant cancer cells to “wake up.” We at Daniel 2:28, actually believe that cancer cells are faster moving than we give them credit for, and that during surgery to remove cancer, the cancer cells are rapidly “fleeing” and going to the lung and other places of the body. We will report out as soon as we find out the answer. If we’re right, then the discovery could change the way cancer surgery is performed.
Published by Lynn Chang, M.D., F.A.C.S.
I am a Board-certified general surgeon who conducts original, innovative research in the field of cancer immunology. I am the principal investigator for Daniel 2:28, Inc - a 501(c)(3) research institute "where God's revelations light the way." View all posts by Lynn Chang, M.D., F.A.C.S.