Cancer cells hold collections of dead cells and toxins (1 cancer cell per 50 other cells). These are accumulated waste that the body couldn't discard, so it willingly generated these cancer cells to contain them. The waste is trapped inside the body mainly because of lymphatic congestion, caused by consumption of vegetable oils that harden into plastic over years, or because of a shutdown of the liver. Often, cancer can result from a shutdown of the liver. Cancer cells contain a solvent that can break down all the waste around it, not doing it right away because it would liberate too much toxicity. A "malignant" tumor can dissolve more easily than a "benign" tumor, as it is linked and communicating more with the rest of the body.