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Neoplasms are generally considered to be caused by abnormal proliferation of cells. By an in-depth and logical analysis of his interesting, personal experience, the author puts forward a new view: neoplasms (including malignant neoplasms or cancers) might not be caused by the abnormal proliferation of cells; it is probably a special, yet unknown form of life. This form of life is unusual. Its tangible parts are the Origin and Derivatives, and the intangible parts being the different humandoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5097151 fatcat:yx4koluaajgyjdyfizzgptdxj4