Carrie basically what the article seems to be saying is that people who get cancer also get candida (which we already know). People with severe immune dysfunction - i.e. Aids and Cancer are very susceptible to candida.
This *does not* mean that those with candida are more likely to develop cancer, any more than we are more likely to develop Aids.
In fact my reasoning is that people who get candida early in life and then deal with it are *less* likely to get cancer. Why? Because of all the learning/healthy living we have to go through to fight this thing. The anti-candida lifestyle is also an anti-cancer lifestyle.
The only way candida can be damaging in the long-term is if you don't do anything about it.