We make a mistake when we think of cancer as a noun. It is not something you have, it is something you do. Your body is probably cancering all the time. What keeps it under control is a conversation that is happening between your cells, and the language of that conversation is proteins.
Instead of saying, 'I have cancer", we should say, "I am cancering.' The truth of the matter is we're probably cancering all the time, and our body is checking it in various ways, so we're not cancering out of control.
W. Daniel Hillis, CANCERING, Listening In On The Body's Proteomic Conversation
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donderdag, oktober 14, 2010
We make a mistake when we think of cancer as a noun. It is not something you have, it is something you do.
Gepost door Harry van der Velde op 14.10.10
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