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Why do cancer cells become anaerobic?

Non cancerous cells are aerobic in their metabolic processes, why do cancer cells change and become anaerobic?

Is oxygen the cure for cancer? If not, why?

Cancer Cells exhibit anaerobic properties and so oxygenation should kill them. Why is this not so? Please be scientifically specific.

If an airborne viruses density was increased, would it cease to be airborne?

For most airborne diseases, transmission occurs via aerosols in the from of respiratory droplets. If the density of the virus is great enough, will...
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