The pictures in the article and a video of vital cancerous tissue were demonstrated at the World Congress in Gynecology & Obstetrics - FIGO - in Montreal, Canada in 1994. Apparently they describe a diffuse "seed" of different forms of living particles of variable size in the cancerous tissue as well as throughout the blood. As they often occur in big heaps in the blood plasma, they are supposed to be able to make colonies. The microscopy indicates that dispersion takes place from these heaps of particles, which could explain the diffuse spread of both among the blood corpuscles. The particles are supposed to represent the yeast-phase of a fungus also growing in its mycelial phase and to be found as thread-like mycelial structures in both the cancerous tissue and the blood.