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roots of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer: looking for the roots

Introduction

Here I will guide you step by step through a new look at the causal relationship of the events taking place in our body and resulting in prostate cancer. At the end of reading the post, you will have a holistic picture of not only how prostate cancer arises, but the importance of diet and healthy lifestyle in preventing prostate cancer as well.

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What kind of meat can cause prostate cancer?

It should be noted that in recent years meat, especially red meat has been blaming for causing many common diseases of man, including heart diseases, colon and prostate cancer. Everywhere warnings are heard “Do not eat red meat, replace it with vegetable proteins!” Is it really so dangerous or we are witnessing yet another story of human irrationality? I mean a story with eggs when this superfood was tagged with the sign “DANGEROUS” just because of misinterpretations of the study results, and the shelves of our stores have been overloaded with all kinds of cereals.

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What does cause the development of prostate cancer in men?

Prostate cancer is the second only to the lung tumor in men worldwide, with about 900 000 new cases diagnosed annually and more than 250 000 deaths a year.

What does cause the development of prostate cancer?

Genetic errors in the genes regulating cell growth and DNA repair play a principal role in the development of prostate cancer.
The genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 are the DNA repair genes and exist in the genome of man as well as a woman. Normally these genes repair errors or mutations occurring in the structure of the DNA molecule. However, when they cannot operate properly due to the modifications in their own structure, the cell looks like a shop full of working machines but without a mechanic. With time more and more machines get out of the order. BRCA functional loss results in genomic instability and the accumulation of genetic errors in cells. So we get these genes from our parents, regardless they are normal or mutated.

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