The Video Below Explains the Relationship Between Candida and Cancer
Italian oncologist, Tullio Simoncini, has long been an advocator of the fungal hypothesis in regards to cancer. Although he may have been one of the first, he is certainly not the last as more and more evidence comes to light from scientists all round the world regarding the correlation between Candida albicans and cancer.
Dr Simoncini is well aware of the epidemic of Candida in the world that is going untreated. He believes that the fungus is underestimated as so little is understood about it.
His research began when he decided that there was a somewhat strange correlation with all cancers in that they all behave in the same way despite them occurring in the widest variety of locations and systems.
He then began to search for a common denominator within all these different cancers and believed he had found it when he saw that most cancers appear white in colour.
These white masses are fungi.
The presence of these fungi in all tumours’ is nothing surprising in the medical world.
The official word from mainstream oncology is the reason this happens is that the Candida is an opportunistic organism that finds root within the existing developing tumours and grows.
This belief, however, is contradicted by the study of the effect of Candida within the bloodstream when it progresses into candidiasis.
The problem is that these yeasts get everywhere.
Whilst they might start off in your gut, they soon pass into the blood stream and then, like Alien, they are loose in the mother ship.
And they make an alcohol as a by-product of their very existence, and this alcohol feeds cancer cells.
Moreover fungi are anaerobes – they don´t use oxygen to metabolize and survive. If they move round your body and colonize an area of your breast or prostate they set up anaerobic conditions.
And cancer thrives in situations where oxygen levels are lowered.
In simple plain English - Candida Fungus creates an environment in the tissue that it inhabits that causes mutation of cells and cancer tumours to develop.
The book “Cancer is a fungus” describes how a fungous infection always forms the basis of every neoplastic formation, and this formation tries to spread within the whole organism without stopping.
The growth of the fungous colonies, together with the reaction of the tissue that tries to defend itself against the invasion, causes the tumour. This is a simple and solely extracellular phenomenon.
Therefore, there is only one cause of cancer: candida, which, according to the anatomical branch concerned causes different histological reactions. This is the reason why there are so many types of tumours.
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