Volume 1 Issue 2 - 2017
The Aggression is an Early Cause of Cancer. A Narrative Review of Classical to Modern Scientific Literature
Rahul Hajare*
Formerly Post-Doctoral Fellow, Indian Council of Medical Research, Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India
*Corresponding Author: Rahul Hajare, Formerly Post-Doctoral Fellow, Indian Council of Medical Research, Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India.
Received: December 05, 2017; Published: December 19, 2017
Cancer has been accepted as curable infection that can be kept under control, however difficult to examination. The hope for possible cure has stemmed from the reports of the populations at high risk of infection remaining free of cancer infection in spite of repeated exposures to the proliferation. A number of host factors associated with lower susceptibility to cancer infection and better control on cancer multiplication have been reported. However, the correlates of protection from cancer infection have eluded the scientific community. This has been a significant barrier in developing effective vaccine to protect against cancer infection. On the contrary, a spectacular success has been achieved in the field of cancer treatment.
It has proved that aggression display significantly higher levels of aggression, indirect hostility, assault, negativism as well as verbal hostility. A situational environmental does not necessarily have to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs but it is the mind that is prone to such heinous acts and other unpleasantness upon another individual. Human aggression can be direct and indirect aggression, whilst the first is characterized by physical to verbal behaviour intended to cause harm to someone, the second one is characterized by a behaviour intended to harm social relations of an individual or a group. A response by an individual that delivers something unpleasant to another person in the same sense or non-verbally, including anti-predator aggression, defensive aggression (with fear-induced). Sex-related aggression has not new. Sex lives in mind not in thigh. A curved penis can be a warning sign of window period cancer. According to a study, penises come in all shapes, sizes and colours but new research suggests that men, especially older men age 60-65, who having a past history of sex with men with curved penises could have an increased risk of cancer Baylor College of Medicine.
Cancer load is the term used to describe the amount of cancer in blood. Cancer load tests measure the amount of cancer's genetic material in a blood sample.
The results of a cancer load test are described as the number of copies of cancer of blood. Another study revealed that diversified reinforcement suffered from schizoid, sadistic and passive-aggressive traits which has post aggression is called an “Eclipse phase” during which there is no symptoms of cancer detectable in circulation but it has erection dysfunction look at that. This period may also be very important in deciding whether the immune responses will limit the infection. By the time the cancer aggression appears in the blood it may have already spread to different parts of body and established in the tissue. Once the cancerous is established in the tissue it is difficult to eliminate the cancerous. A curved penis can be merging in window; window period will be3 months to 6 months which is extendable. The window period is time between potential exposure to early cancer cause and the point when the test will give an accurate result. During the window period a person can be ill with cancer and be very infectious but still person see healthy.
The human is 95% confirmatory healthy even after three months and over 99% confirmatory after six months. To make this point about the window period clear we restate it in a different way. If the cancer biopsy test is done anytime and comes out positive, then it means the person is infected. The new WHO guidelines would probably pave way for cancer free next generation. Hence these findings are extremely significant and need to be followed by larger and controlled studies. The paper will indeed generate discussion on this important advancement. To achieve control of penis cancer spread and to provide care to cancer infected population (Care, Treatment & Vaccine) and strive for the achievement of zero new infections, zero deaths due to cancer and zero discrimination.
To build a research capability of distinction to face the challenge of growing cancer/cancerous in India. To establish research initiatives that have an interface with intervention and policy development to prevent and control the spread of the cancer/cancerous epidemic and current knowledge and future perspectives. After the declaration of the aggression epidemic as an international public health emergency by WHO has increased several folds. Previously, it was considered to induce only mild illness, but now it has been established as the cause of severe clinical manifestations, including fetal anomalies, neurological problems, and autoimmune disorders making infections with penis window cancer a substantial public health concern. Genomic and molecular investigations are ongoing to investigate penis cancer pathology and enhanced pathogenicity, as well as to design safe and potent vaccines, drugs, and therapeutics.
This study has been guided under the unparallel supervision and guidance of Hon’ble Dr. Ramesh Paranjape, Retired as Director & Scientist ‘G’ National AIDS Research Institute, India. I express my sincere gratitude towards Sir for motivation and being great knowledge source for this work. I seek continuous support for my research career.
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Citation: Rahul Hajare. “The Aggression is an Early Cause of Cancer. A Narrative Review of Classical to Modern Scientific Literature”. Chronicle of Medicine and Surgery 1.2 (2017): 67-68.
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