Was just doing some reading and came across the below in Cancer as a Metabolic Disease. I thought this was apt and a good framing for ME! https://nutritionandmetabolism.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-7075-7-7 "Confusion surrounds the origin of cancer. Contradictions and paradoxes have plagued the field [3, 4, 5, 6]. Without a clear idea on cancer origins, it becomes difficult to formulate a clear strategy for effective management. Although very specific processes underlie malignant transformation, a large number of unspecific influences can initiate the disease including radiation, chemicals, viruses, inflammation, etc. Indeed, it appears that prolonged exposure to almost any provocative agent in the environment can potentially cause cancer [7, 8]. That a very specific process could be initiated in very unspecific ways was considered "the oncogenic paradox" by Szent-Gyorgyi . This paradox has remained largely unresolved ."