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Microbes Play Role in Anti-Tumor Response
Dr.Jeff Views: 789
Published: 5 years ago

Microbes Play Role in Anti-Tumor Response

Over the past 24 years, we've seen people with cancer do the Candida Plan and have far better results than their doctors ever expected. In every case, they were asked what they were doing, as the other patients that the cancer doctors were treating didn't have results that were anywhere near those of the people who were also doing the Plan. When the patients told the doctors about the Plan, the doctors would say, keep doing what you're doing, but never cared to find out anything more despite the results that they saw. Too bad for all of the other patients who could have received better care.

Antibiotic use has been associated with causing cancer, and this article helps to identify at least one of the ways this happens by wiping out the all of the body's bacterial flora. Another way is through antibiotics effects on our DNA, and there are still others.

Microbes Play Role in Anti-Tumor Response

With candida determining which bacteria can colonize the intestinal tract after the use of antibiotics, it only stands to reason that candida plays a role in cancers, as well.
Candida and Cancer

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