That is not necessarily true. There is no clear correlation between the size of an animal and its cancer immunity. Some large animals, such as elephants, are relatively resistant to cancer, while some small animals, such as mice, are more susceptible. There are a number of factors that can affect an animal’s cancer risk, including genetics, diet, environment, and lifestyle. Some studies have shown that larger animals may have a lower cancer risk because they have more cells. This is called the peto paradox. Peto’s paradox is a complex phenomenon that is not fully understood. However, it is an important area of research, as it could lead to new insights into cancer prevention and treatment.
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. The study of elephant genes is helping scientists to better understand cancer and develop new treatments for the disease. By understanding how elephants are able to resist cancer, scientists may be able to develop new ways to help humans fight cancer.
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.😜