Of course, parasite cells are not like human organ cells. In such situations, parasite cells can be mistakenly called cancer cells (atypical cells, cells of different shapes and degrees of differentiation). Parasite cells are located next to the cells of patients' organs. Therefore, it is believed that cancer cells originated from the cells of the organs of patients. This is where the names of tumors come from. Tumors of glandular organs are called adenocarcinoma or carcinoma (mammary glands, thyroid gland, prostate, and others). Tumors of the digestive and respiratory organs that are covered with squamous cell epithelium are called squamous cell carcinoma. Tumors of bones and muscles are called sarcomas.
Moreover, biopsy and surgery for undiagnosed trichinosis, echinococcosis, alveococcosis lead to the rapid spread of parasites, the formation of new tumors! Read more in the article "Parasitic worms"
. Therefore, histological analysis of tumors is a fatal medical error!