Yes, an adaptation that very often would resolve itself, if left alone; if the person took simple steps to regain acid-alkaline balance, and restore adequate mineralization... But with cutting and burning, (and introducing more and newer forms of poisoning aka toxic overload) this is like saying to the cancer, "adapt some more!" It's so clear, it's almost magically invisible!
Additionally,that so many people experience cancer as "a gift" you would think would tell the "looking for a cure" portion of the world something about the effects of emotional acidity, and the inherent flaw in this "cancer cure" concept. Those who find cancer has opened a whole new world to them frequently locate their own hidden aggression and/or un-loving stuff heaped under the rug of 'doing for others'.
I posted about this book before, but thought maybe new eyes will find it.
Let those who have eyes to see...
...those who have ears to hear...
This is a prayer. a genuine prayer for sanity.
Yet I'm pretty sure some will read it as high-falutin' talk.