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Michael E. Zimmerman

Visiting Professor

Manchester University

Email: m***@***.edu

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Employment History

Director of Clinical Laboratories

Maimonides Medical Center


Affiliations

CARP Inc

Board Member


Education

M.D.


Web References(68 Total References)


Evidence Suggests People Seldom Got Cancer 300 Years Ago | Cancer Defeated

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Professors Michael Zimmerman and Rosalie David recently conducted a study of ancient Egyptian mummies, researching hundreds of them by analyzing the tissue on a microscopic level.
According to Mr. Zimmerman, a visiting professor at Manchester University, "In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases. The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity, indicating that cancer-causing factors are limited to societies affected by modern industrialization."3 While relatively short lifespans throughout much of history could be blamed for cancer's general absence, Professors Zimmerman and David believe this argument doesn't hold much water. Professors Zimmerman and David looked into the disease's occurrence in fossils as well, but found only a few dozen cases in animals and early humans, most of which are disputed. While more research is necessary before we can know the full story behind the evidence Professors David and Zimmerman found, here's what we already know...


Cancer 'is man-made' say Scientists Who Find No Cancer in Mummies and Neanderthals | Truth is Treason | Truth is Treason

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Researcher Michael Zimmerman, a visiting professor at Manchester University, said: 'The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity.


cancer – GREAT SURVIVAL STUFF.COM

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Michael Zimmerman, a visiting professor at Manchester University, said: 'In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases.
'The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity, indicating that cancer-causing factors are limited to societies affected by modern industrialisation.' To trace cancer's roots, Professor Zimmerman and colleague Rosalie David analysed possible references to the disease in classical literature and scrutinised signs in the fossil record and in mummified bodies.


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Michael Zimmerman, a visiting professor at Manchester University, said: 'In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases.
'The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity, indicating that cancer-causing factors are limited to societies affected by modern industrialisation.' To trace cancer's roots, Professor Zimmerman and colleague Rosalie David analysed possible references to the disease in classical literature and scrutinised signs in the fossil record and in mummified bodies.


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Michael Zimmerman, a visiting professor at Manchester University, said: 'In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases.


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