I would like to know if the amino acids in the human cancer cells are dextrorotatory or levorotatory. I mean the majority of them. They expose levorotation just like the amino acids in the normal cells or they are different?
I mean in general. Maybe some particular types of cancer are significantly different from the rest.
I'll try to make the question more on-topic: The amino acids in cancer cells are also levorotatory, just like the amino acids in the normal cells?
This book: Breaking the Cancer Code: A Revolutionary Approach to Reversing Cancer says "We know that tumor cells grow in dextrorotation" - so I wonder where the author(s) know that from. They must be speaking about amino acids inside tumor cells, when they say "tumor cells"