Chronic inflammation is a new catchphrase for the explanation of all chronic degenerative diseases, from asthma, arthritis, heart disease, autoimmune disease like chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, and irritable bowel disease, to cancer. Unrecognized low-grade infection is a main cause of inflammation from oncovirus, bacterial, fungal and lesser-known parasite infections that are driving forces in the cellular evolution and degeneration of cancer cells. The observation that cancers, like parasites, feed off of our bodies without returning a benefit has been known for some time, and early in the 20th century, it was suggested that cancer is a parasite. The metabolism of some parasites shows a method of energy formation similar to that of cancer cells. An approach using currently available medications that target both fungal and parasite metabolism appears to interfere with tumor growth and aggressiveness.
our life force
Due to the complexity of the behavior and biology of the cells, scientists’ primary focus should be on detection and elimination of sources of inflammation. Physicians should think of cancer not only as a metabolic disease but also as a metabolic parasite, and should also consider using antiparasitic and antifungal medications with the understanding of the role of inflammation, infection and mitochondrial dysfunction in the development of cancer cells. Parasitic infection is extremely debilitating. Parasites live off our life force and the food we eat. In addition to a resultant loss of nutrition and cellular damage, the toxins produced by parasites play havoc with our immune system. an infection can mimic other diseases, such as irritable bowel, chronic fatigue, Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, joint pain, and depression. Parasites are highly intelligent in their ability to survive and reproduce. They can hide in body tissues and avoid detection for many years.
thinking outside the box
Regarding cancer and complex chronic disease, some patients have been extensively using parasite medications, antibiotics, and antifungal medications, and making referrals to biological dentists to eradicate hidden dental infections (especially Entamoeba and protozoal parasites). As patients recover healthy metabolic and immune functioning, it is not uncommon to witness the resolution of many chronic diseases, including asthma, autism, Lyme, persistent Lyme, psoriasis, neurologic disorders like MS and Parkinson’s, seizures, and cancers. I am not in a position to claim that cancer is an infectious disease. I think it is worth asking the question if it is possible to treat cancer as a neglected infectious disease, as if cancer is a metabolic parasite.
One of my favorite phrases is, “We are not so different, you and I.” It applies not only across people and cultures, but across cells, microorganisms, and all of God’s creatures, great and small.