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Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.

 
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Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Over the years there have been many threads on the causes of cancer, i.e. saying it is from a fungus or a virus.

I found Wikipedia's list interesting because it does not include fungus, but does include several parasites and bacteria, too.

In my energy/healing work, I have always found either a virus or bacteria as an underlying cause. This list confirms my findings.

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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
One of the reasons I find this resource so interesting is that chemotherapy and/or radiation may not treat the underlying infectious agent, therefore, it can and most likely will remain as an active cause of cancer.

Also chemotherapy and radiation destroy the immune system, so it has little chance of destroying the underlying pathogen.

Please share your thoughts.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
I wish that there was more interest in threads like this.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
I wish that there was more interest in threads like this.
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I find it good but what can we do about it
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Bump for a few more eyes today.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
This thread is old but has a ton of good information.

Thread: Scientists treat cancer as an infectious disease -- with promising results
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Over the years there have been many threads on the causes of cancer, i.e. saying it is from a fungus or a virus.

I found Wikipedia's list interesting because it does not include fungus, but does include several parasites and bacteria, too.

In my energy/healing work, I have always found either a virus or bacteria as an underlying cause. This list confirms my findings.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Here is a better list that I thought I originally put up.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Its more interesting that they leave Fungi entirely off their list of disease causing microbiology.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Its more interesting that they leave Fungi entirely off their list of disease causing microbiology.
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That is interesting as I understand that there are three cancer casing fungus, but it takes someone who is credible to update Wikipedia.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Decades ago my mother, just an old country girl, said she was convinced it was contagious.
All ive learned about it since make me think somehow she knew what she was takking about.

They say certain types "runs in families", but whos to say it dont just look that way because family had contact with the sick one?
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Decades ago my mother, just an old country girl, said she was convinced it was contagious.
All ive learned about it since make me think somehow she knew what she was takking about.

They say certain types "runs in families", but whos to say it dont just look that way because family had contact with the sick one?
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Your mother was right.

You can catch many types of cancer. It makes sense since this list includes numerous types of contagious pathogens.
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Re: Wikipedia has an interesting list of infectious causes of cancer, i.e viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
Liver cancer is definitely contagious from hepatitis A.





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