Cancer Growth and Its Inhibition in Terms of Coherence

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Cancer Growth and Its Inhibition in Terms
of Coherence
International Institute of Biophysics, Neuss, Germany
It is shown that a molecular origin for growth inhibition is rather unlikely because
the cross-sectional area of inhibitory forces in a cell population cannot exceed more
than about 108 Dalton. A model of the time dependence of cell number N(t), where
t is the time, is based on biophotons and explains without any contradiction to known
experimental results growth regulation in terms of the factor a ¼ 1/T, which stimulates
the cell division rate dN/dt and the factor b ¼ dT/dN(1/T2), which inhibits
cell division. It accounts for the total cell division rate dN/dt ¼ aN(t)  bN2(t).
For adults, T is the coherence time of about 106 s, corresponding to the longest
lifetime of cell organelles in men, while dT/dN ¼ 107 s corresponds to the resolution
time of the cell population which is always the average time interval between
two cell loss events. Our model follows a stringently holistic approach to describing a
cell population as an entity, regulated by a fully coherent (biophoton) field.
Keywords Coherency;