Re: disseminated round and/or flatworm infection positive update... by wheretheresawill ..... Parasites Support Forum
Date: 3/15/2012 10:14:46 AM ( 14 mon ago)
ideally the human body can and should eliminate to render both dead cells and foreign invaders harmless enough to re-enter the bloodstream for elimination but when macrophages and t-cells, the latter being the killer cells, become overwhelmed they may allow some dead cells to go unprocessed which can in time develop into another disease, like cancer.
DNA from these dead cells may trigger inflammatory reactions as they combine with other substances.
it is of no coincidence that not long after I became infected throughout my body, I developed t-cell cancer, a non-hodgkins lymphoma which promotes clones of the t-cell that manifests in the skin by developing into plaques, patches and tumors. There was no incidence of this cancer in my family and being a rare cancer I'm absolutely sure that my t-cells were overwhelmed during the initial stage of the infestation in trying to control the infection that these t-cells then developed into clones of themselves.
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