I believe that the vast majority of cancers are due to inflammation and that in the majority of the instances that inflammation is caused by outset agents, especially toxins which man has introduced into the environment at a rate that coincides with the increase in cancer in all age groups.
Viruses are well known for causing cancer. The first cancer viruses were discovered back in the very early 1900s. We have been all over this before:
And here is more on the subject:
There is so much more evidence available if you look. And there is NO evidence that inflammation is a cause of cancer. Only a casual association. But tissue injury can allow for the invasion by microbes and the cancer can cause damage that leads to inflammation.
The big problem with your hypothesis is that inflammatory markers are not always present with cancer. And inflammation is a lot more common than cancer. In addition it has been PROVEN that viruses can cause cancer. Research the subject. I can give you a big long explanation of how the whole thing works but I know you and know I would be wasting my time. You only listen to what you want to hear. But if you do the research you will find that researchers have found more chromosomes normal in many cancer cells. This extra genetic material comes from the viruses that inserted themselves within these cells. You will also find that these cells are responsible for the formation of chemo-resistant tumors.
Bottom line is that there is no solid evidence that inflammation is a cause of cancer. It is more likely artifact from the tissue damage caused by the cancer or part of the tissue damage that leads to the cancer causing infection. And some viral induced cancers such as leukemias and lymphomas may not result in any inflammation at all.
What is really ironic is that you promote oleander for cancer therapy. But the whole basis for this are the immune stimulating polysaccharides, which are found abundantly in many other safer sources such as astragalus, myrrh. seaweeds, schisandra, medicinal mushrooms, nutritional yeast, marshmallow root, birch bark, etc. All of these do not require special processing (since you are against processed items) to remove poisons as you d with oleander. Yet they still have the beneficial property of increasing white blood cells activity. The thing is that the immune system has a very difficult time identifying cancer cells because they generally shield themselves from white blood cells. So immune stimulating polysaccharides actually do their job against cancer primarily by activating the white blood cells AGAINST CANCER MICROBES such as cancer viruses. Therefore if cancer viruses and other microbes did not cause cancer then oleander extract would be pretty much worthless in the treatment of cancer. So once again your claims contradict each other.
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