Are all disease tissues acidic?

Are all disease tissues acidic?

Posted in the Biochemistry Forum

Ben

Wimauma, FL

#1 Jan 19, 2009
I am led to believe that all diseased body tissues are acidic and that disease can only exist in an acidic environment.

Is this true? Has anyone verified this or have a source?

Thanks in advance, Ben
satish kumar

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#2 Feb 24, 2009
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