It’s the Mitochondria, stupid!
-Albert Thompson III
Dr. Otto H. Warburg theory awarded the Nobel Prize 1931
In contrast to healthy cells, which generate energy by the oxidative breakdown of a simple acid within the mitochondria, tumors and cancer cells generate energy through the non-oxidative breakdown of glucose, a process called glycolysis (sugar splitting). Indeed, glycolysis is the biochemical hallmark of most, if not all, types of cancers. Because of this difference between healthy cells and cancer cells, Otto Warburg argued, cancer should be interpreted as a type of mitochondrial disease. (Boston College press office)
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