" Tumors composed of cancer cells provide additional expressive evidence of electromagnetic cellular activity. For example, breast cancer tumors produce a charge that can be measured externally  . Correspondingly there is a voltage gradient between cancer tissue in tumors and neighboring normal tissue -.
It is believed that the enhanced electromagnetic fields of cancerous tumors attract blood vessels which then expand and also become malignant .
Cancer cells are known to have supernumerary centrioles  -. These centrioles tend to cluster together  and these clusters are believed to be the source of the enhanced electromagnetic fields associated with cancerous tissue."