Does DNA damage cause cancer? Or can it have a negative affect on the Immune System? Could cancer be caused by Microbes? Can these microbes get into the cells? I have read books by Hulga Clark on Cancer and she speaks much about microbes and parasites in relation to cancer. Doesn’t Science tell us we already have cancer cells forming inside us and our bodies contentiously fighting them off? If this is true would it be wise to keep our Immune Systems strong? I have also studied Dr. Royal Raymond Rife https://www.biologicalmedicineinstitute.com/royal-raymond-rife from the1930’s who researched the relationship between microbes and cancer when he invented the worlds first microscope that could observe a live micro-organism. Apparently he would inject mice with a virus and 100% of the time the mice would get cancer. His cure was to kill the virus to stop the cancer. He would use low frequency electrical impulses to kill these viruses. While looking under a microscope he would create high frequency sounds that would cause these cancer cells to self destruct. Just as a high pitch sound frequency can cause glass to break. Bio-Frequency Generator Microbes excrete mycotoxins which are very acidic. Can the cancer cell restore it’s production of ATP (energy molecules) and revert back into normal cells?
According to R. Webster Kehr https://websterkehr.com/ using DMSO-Chlorine Dioxide treatment has been shown to be effective against melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
According to Dr. Kehr DMSO-Dimethyl Sulfoxide opens ports of cancer cells allowing Chlorine Dioxide to get inside the cell and kill the microbe. DMSO also binds to certain other chemicals. It does not just open the port but will carry the Chlorine Dioxide into the cell. This will also kill any microbes in the blood.
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