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Re: Fungi Toxins


Of course, right, yeah, cancer isnt a fungus. Cancer is the name commonly used for a tumor growth.

And yeah, according to the powerfully persuasive research study linked to in the post, the significance of the fungi covering a tumor as commonly found, is not as an actuator, tho obviously the fungi environment is severely toxic, but as a sign of the environmental state of the system.

One research study idea maintains that it is the fungi ellicited toxins circulating thru our blood systems environments, which are the agents that damage the genes in a cell causing the cell to become 'cancerous'.(Tho evidence also strongly proposes that the genes are not damaged by the system affecting fungal toxins, evidenced by those tumor genes still activating sophisticated and specific directions to the cells, and that the tumor is more closely akin to being a 'placential' tissue creation, as evidenced by certain specific factors found in all tumors and also in the creation of the placential tissue days after conception).

As you imply, the presence of fungi in our environment is one very common thing and it's presence in our bodies is another very different thing, and its proliferation in our bodies is another thing alltogether, each having only minor significance to the other.

Did you catch that the significance, no matter the actual origin of the cancer, in the 2012 research papers findings I posted, is in showing how to reverse the cell growth that creates the tissue masses we call tumors, and the shrinking of that mass?. That appears to be the distinction wouldnt you say?

Something that most people dont know is that chemo therapy chemicals haven't been required to go thru the testing that most medicines have to go thru to prove their abilities or their safety.

And chemo therapy's record is that it does poorly as a reverser of cancerous conditions,(according to statistics, the cancer success rate hasn't changed since 1930), tho for a number of years dna specific targeting of cancerous varieties has been used, it has not been as succesfull as mainstream medicine would have us believe and it is especially not as succesfull as the cancer protocol research reported in the post, and it is recklessly used also(cause of the severe damage it does to the immune and other body systems).
 

 
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