The University of Michigan Cancer Center has proclaimed that current chemotherapy targets the “wrong” cells. The Ann Arbor researchers discovered that not all cells in a tumor are equally malignant. Only a tiny minority of tumor cells are actually capable of inducing new cancers; the rest are relatively harmless. “These tumor-inducing cells have many of the properties of stem cells,” said Michael F. Clarke, MD, a professor of internal medicine, who directed the study. “They make copies of themselves–a process called self-renewal–and produce all the other kinds of cells in the original tumor.”
According to the Mayo Clinic, cancer refers to any one of a large number of diseases characterized by the development of abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. This is a fact that does not depend on the various theories. The theorizing begins when we run down the usual path thinking that cancer begins with damage (mutations) in our DNA. Our DNA is like a set of instructions for our cells, telling them how to grow and divide. Normal cells often develop mutations in their DNA, but they have the ability to repair most of these mutations. Or, if they can’t make the repairs, the cells frequently die. However, certain mutations aren’t repaired, causing the cells to grow and become cancerous…or so the story goes. Looking at the above definition we would be perfectly correct to say that yeasts and fungi are, in human terms, abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue.
Both cancer cells and fungi can metabolize nutrients in the absence of oxygen (anaerobically) and both must have sugar in order to survive. Both can be impacted by antifungal medicines. Both will die in the absence of sugar.“Mycotoxins have proven to be very toxic and harmful, and it is no wonder that many inhabitants of mold-infested spaces are constantly ill, mainly with upper respiratory tract infections, lethargy, constant headaches, nausea, and a general ill feeling. Inhabiting these living spaces for a considerable period may lead to cancer.”
Cancer is defined as malignant tumors of disorderly cells that have the potential of nearly unlimited growth. These uncontrolled cells expand locally and/or metastasize (spread destructively) to other tissues and organs. Clearly this can define a yeast or fungus colony as well as normal cells losing control of their own reproductive growth. One thing we do know about the genetic theory of human cancer cells is that it is impossible to treat. The war on cancer was lost because medical scientists were fighting the wrong enemy. They were battling against their assumptions that are in the end turning into conceptual phantoms. Doctors are assuming incorrectly yet are in denial that they could be so wrong, so blind, so pigheaded when looking at other probabilities.
The idea that a proposed cancer germ could have more than one form is a threat to doctors and some microbiologists. Indeed the cancer germ has been described as having a virus like and fungus-like, as well as mycoplasma-like phase.– Dr. Alan Cantwell The Cancer Microbe
 Medical Tribune: Treatment of Fungal Infections Led to Leukemia Remission. Sept 29, 1999; Mann, D. Antifungal agent lowers PSA levels, study finds. May 1, 1997. Medical Tribune
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