The bigger the animal is, the more immune it is to cancer

Well, large animals are not “immune” to cancer, since that would mean that they are protected from all sorts of carcinogenic activity in their body – which they are not. But large animals seem to be resistant to cancer when we consider the number of cells they have. This is called the peto paradox.

In fact, the evidence suggested that larger long-lived mammals actually get less cancer. This has profound implications for our understanding of how nature has solved the cancer problem over the course of evolution.

We need to become Giants to beat cancer, then why people in the world are still getting cancer? Because we’re not large enough. Believe me we’re trying our best.😜

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