Cells normally destroy themselves at a rate of 1 million per second while being replaced at that same exact rate. When cells refuse to stick with the game plan that’s when we get into trouble. Cancer, and other deseases can form if cells start to die too fast or die too slow. 31,536,000,000,000 of our roughly 50 to 80 trillion cells are replaced per year. If you think you are the same person you were last year science proves you wrong.
Scientists from the land down under now understand what how cells die. A protein called Bak breaks into and damages, the protective barrier of the cell’s powerhouse, the mitochondrial membrane.
This is good news because better ways of attacking cancer and auto-immune deseases will be invented.