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Its purpose is to multiply like everything else
Madidus_Scientia QuoteIts purpose is to multiply like everything elseI do not agree to me it has no purpose other than killing its host and by this continually committing suicide,Of course it constant attack on host organism must make the host evolve constantly and maybe this adaption become more able to cope with changes in environment new threats become more invulnerable over time.Maybe it is something to us it is "there is no gain without pain" Alan
Nope, it's a veritable multiplication machine
Not a virus, but I read somewhere that histopathologists discovered one of the main features of cells infected with cancer go through mitosis at a much higher rate than cells not infected. Surely if they used colchicine on cancer then it would freeze mitosis in the metaphase decreasing the spread of cancerous cells long enough for them to be treated or removed.I understand that colchicine has a very high toxic banding, but it might be worth it if all else fails you know