More than 75 years ago, Otto Warburg got a Nobel prize having found that cancer is caused by the weakened cell respiration, when cells lack oxygen. According to Warburg, insufficient cell respiration leads to fermentation causing pH level decrease (acidulation) at the cell level.
Doctor Warburg had studied the environment of the cancer cell. Healthy cell undergo adverse alteration, when it no longer can adsorb oxygen required for transfer of glucose to energy.
In the absence of oxygen, cell turns to the primary nutrition scheme converting glucose by means of fermentation. Lactic acid produced in the fermentation decreases cell acid-base balance (pH) and disturbs ability of DNA and RNA to control cell division. Then cancer cells start to propagate.
Doctor Warburg finished one of his most famous speeches with the next statement: “Today nobody can tell they don’t know the primary cause of cancer. There is no such decease, the primary cause of which would be known so well, so ignorance cannot justify inactivity in cancer prevention”.
Otto Warburg got a Nobel prize for showing and proving development of cancer in anaerobic (oxygenless) environment and acidic conditions. In other words, the major cause of cancer is acidification of a human body.