Someone mentioned this on another forum. I know I once read that the body can have cells turn cancerous, but the immune system clears them out or segregates the cells, and that this is not uncommon. But cells going cancerous daily seems very hard to believe, despite there being 100 trillion cells in the body and billions reproducing daily.
And what is the definition of cancer? Is it just any cell that reproduces without direction from the organism as a whole?
I’m not talking about ‘I’m going to die from this’ cancer obviously, I mean does a person daily experience having a few cells mutate into cancer, but the body fixes it before it becomes a problem?