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Highlights of Dr. Hulda Clark's Talk at 2003 Rife Conference

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Hulda Clark Liver Cleanse

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Highlights of Dr. Hulda Clark's Talk at 2003 Rife Conference

She said that oncoviruses come from parasites, for example, RAS comes from bread yeast and SRC from strongyloides and NEV-HRB from ascaris. SV40 goes to the nucleas---not of our own cells, but the nucleas of the cells of our bacteria. In their nucleas, it hitches up other oncoviruses. Together these oncovirus invaders of our bacteria change the properties of the bacteria. The end result is that our white blood cells do not eat these bacteria. They do not recognize them! SV40 and its gang of onco's have successfully disguised the bacteria from our white blood cells. We become saturated with bacteria. Which bacteria are we talking about? It is our common bowel bacteria: e-coli, plus salmonellas, streptococcus (esp. strep G). If pain is present there will always be strep. pneu. So a part of the cancer picture is that we are saturated with common bacteria which our immune system fails to destroy because they are disguised due to the effects of the SV40 virus and it's gaggle of other oncoviruses.

Dr. Clark wondered aloud if her SV40 virus may be the famous BX cancer virus that Royal Rife discovered back in the 30's.

Another notetaker sent me these notes:

-Absence of bowel bacteria in saliva sample is another clue to good health

-SV40 hooks up with E-coli plus RAS, NE(?) and SRC and oncoviruses. They carry the oncovirus.

-She tests for 10 oncoviruses, they are brought by a parasite.

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