my experience of DQ's contributions within Curezone is that he is largely impartial and very fair to others, and where this is especially so within his own forum.
I believe most members would say the same: you only have to study his posts to know this.
.....where within it you stated "the vast majority of cancers, including the so-called "hereditary cancers" are actually viral in origin".
This is of course a self-opinionated remark that not everyone would agree with, and made in the full knowledge that this would act as a challenge to DQ who disagrees with it. You KNEW this, but still went ahead anyway fully expecting DQ's riposte and resultant debate.
In the land of grown-ups we should be able to espouse our differing opinions on what causes what without recourse for deliberate challenges that "bait" opposing viewpoints.
Whatever the origins of cancer may be, rest-assured that if cancer was of a viral origin then the vaccination/innoculation brigade would have the answer by now and someone would have made a fortune.
However, a very few cancers are thought to be caused by viruses, such as HPV or EBV. Cancer is NEITHER bacterial or viral in nature.
I personally subscribe to the inflammation origins of cancer and which conforms to my own beliefs/opinions within Natural Hygiene as to the origins of that disease.......
1. enervation (lowered nerve energy),
2. intoxication (an excess of endogenous and exogenous toxins),
3. irritation (of tissues),
4. inflammation, (heat, redness, swelling, pain, and impaired function)..(the real cause).
5. induration (hardening),
6. ulceration, and finally................
7. fungation (cancer). (not fungus in and of itself but the behavior of a fungus).
No virus or bacteria anywhere in sight.
you have your own opinions about cancers origins and DQ has his, but you should refrain from deliberately challenging and baiting DQ which only leads to disharmony and ill-feeling.
Also, if you study DQ's posts in their entirety, you will find that they are not only informative, but humorous and courteous as well. He does not offer "diktats".