Tumor recovered from ancient Egyptian remains.

[Scripture that may possibly allude to the existence of cancer in ancient times: 1 Samuel chapter 5. In the case of the Philistines, the possible and apparently supernaturally fast acting cancers, if that is what the recorded plague afflicting them was, was a judgment from God upon them for their capture of the Ark of the Covenant from the people of Israel. It was because of this plague that the Philistines returned the Ark to the Israelites.]
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Tumor recovered from ancient Egyptian remains. [Scripture that may possibly allude to the existence of cancer in ancient times: 1 Samuel chapter 5. In the case of the Philistines, the possible and apparently supernaturally fast acting cancers, if that is what the recorded plague afflicting them was, was a judgment from God upon them for their capture of the Ark of the Covenant from the people of Israel. It was because of this plague that the Philistines returned the Ark to the Israelites.] https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/cancer-deaths-were-far-less-prevalent-ancient-egypt-0010272
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Cancer Deaths Were Far Less Prevalent in Ancient Egypt
Researchers in the deserts of Egypt have made a remarkable discovery while studying the bones of ancient Egyptians. In total, they were able to identify six cases of cancer at a burial site at an oasis in the west of the country. The find is allowing researchers to understand more about the risk of cancer in the ancient world and what were its main causes.