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Is a particular gene responsible!! for cancer!! is yes what is the name of that gene!!

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Asked by sanjay karmakar, 11 Nov '12 11:51 am
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Genetic theory is disputed theory .Hormone imbalance causes cancer,In Ayurveda total imbalance in vatha,pittha, and kapa causes cancer. first anyone becomes imbalance follows the other two . whatever may be cancer can be easily cure with alternative medicines at affordable cost and a permanent cure is assured .
Answered by samson aseervatham, 15 Nov '12 09:21 pm

 
  
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Exact cause can not be easily diagnosed .
Answered by anantharaman, 11 Nov '12 02:13 pm

 
  
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Lee genes
Answered by Prince Deva, 11 Nov '12 12:11 pm

 
  
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In order to understand the genetic mechanisms of how genes cause cancer, it is important to review some basic genetic concepts. Genes come in pairs, and work together to make a protein product. One member of the gene pair comes from the mother, while the other member is inherited from the father. Eggs and sperm are called "germ cells." When an alteration or mutation in a gene is present in the germ cells, it is referred to as a "germline mutation." When a germline mutation is inherited, it is present in all body cells. On the other hand, mutations that we are not born with, but that occur by chance over time in cells of the body are said to be "acquired." Acquired mutations are not present in all cells of the body, are not inherited, and are not passed down to our children. Acquired mutations are always involved in causing cancer. Germline mutations are involved in a small percentage of cases.
Answered by Psycho, 11 Nov '12 11:53 am

 
  
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