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Why do we not have 'heart cancer'?

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Edited by Jason Roberts, Monday, 28 Nov 2022, 21:10

The heart has hardly changed in mammals for hundreds of millions of years, but humans have changed very rapidly i.e., most notably, in our brains. Our brains have evolved significantly. which has led to a plethora of humans on this planet in relatively no time at all.

So, my hypothesis is this: Is cancer a genetic side effect of rapid evolution of organs in our bodies and therefore successful evolution in a swift manner is why we are so cancerous? 

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Her majesty the queen.

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So sad to hear.

I hope your majesty is in a better place.

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