HP 330: Emperor of All Maladies Part One Review
HP 330: Emperor of All Maladies Part One Review HP 330
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Date Created: 09/25/16
September 13, 2016 The Emperor of All Maladies: Part One • Sidney Farber: children’s hospital in Boston for 20 years o Pathologist specializing in pediatrics • “Too many people were diagnosed, transfused – sent home to die” • 1845 Scottish physician, John Bennet observed blood spoiled o Rudolph Virchon, 1847 used word “Leukos”, referring to white blood § Called it “cellular theory” • All of life is made of cells • Cell arise from other cells • Cells can only grow in 2 ways o Increasing cell numbers: “Hyperplasia” (liver, blood, gut, skin) o Increase in cell size: “hypertrophy” (fat and muscle) • Cancer definition: uncontrolled hyperplasia in extreme form • For 3000 years or more we’ve been trying to find a cure for cancer • “Dying, even more than death, defines the illness” • Pathophysiologists have found cancer cell in Peru and Egypt o Not striking that it was found, but that it was rare § People didn’t live long enough to get cancer § More diseases that could kill people • Karkinos: a word for cancer (from Greek word “crab”) • Oncos: used to describe tumors, where oncology would get its name (Greek word for load or burden) • Humors: cardinal fluids
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