The Mysterious Parasite That Causes All Types of Cancers

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It has long been believed that cancer is much different from all the other disease. Cancer is suppose to be like a fire, once it has started it can not be stopped. That is why we have to cut out the cancer, radiate it or kill it chemically, since the cancerous cells in the body will never turn back to normal. But in fact this assumption is not true at all.

All cancers are similar and are caused by a single parasite called the human intestinal fluke, according to Hulda Regehr Clark. If the parasite is killed then the cancer stops and cells become normal again. This parasite usually lives in the intestine where it might do little harm, causing irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, Crohn’s disease, or absolutely nothing. But this parasite can do a lot of harm if it invades some other organ liver, kidney or the uterus.

It causes cancer if it establishes itself in the liver. The parasite only establishes itself in the liver in some people. These people have isopropyl alcohol in their bodies. All cancer victims have both intestinal fluke and isopropyl alcohol in their liver. In order to get cancer, one must have both the parasite and isopropyl alcohol in the body.

The scientific name for the human intestinal fluke is Fasciolopsis buskii. Flukes are one of the families of flatworms. The parasite has been studied since at least 1925, so it is not unknown. The parasite has many different stages it has to go through in order to keep reproducing. The first is the egg stage. Adult parasites can actually produce millions of these eggs. They pass out of us with the bowel movement. The adult, though, stays tightly stuck and causes many diseases that depend on the location of the parasite.

The tiny sores that we sometimes get with little lesions in our intestines from time to time allow the eggs to be pulled into the blood stream. Some of these eggs hatch in the blood or intestine. The microscopic hatchlings are the second stage and called miracidia. The liver of course will kill them as the blood arrives from the intestine. The parasites have little chance against normal healthy people.

But if isopropyl alcohol is in the body the liver is unable to trap and kill these tiny fluke stages. This allows them to make their home in the liver and other tissues. They starts to multiply in people with isopropyl alcohol in their body. The miracidia then start to make little balls inside themselves, called redia. Each redia (ball) is alive and pops itself out of the miracidia to reproduce itself in turn. 40 redia can each make 40 more redia! All this can come out of one single egg.

These redia are go along in your blood, landing in whatever tissue lets it in. Breasts with benign lumps, smokers’ lungs, prostate glands full of heavy metals are examples of tissues that can let these redias in. They multiply very quickly nesting in the liver and other organs and then they change their shape sprout a tail and start swim again. These are called cercaria.

After the cercaria finds a place to attach itself, their tails disappear and they start to grow a “cocoon”. Now they are called metacercaria. They develop an extremely thick shell around them. The solvent isopropyl alcohol in your body dissolve this tough shell. When the shell is gone they grow into adult flukes in your cells that are dying and organs that are damaged provide food for the baby stages.

All the stages of the parasite are eating and sucking and devouring your vital body fluids. When you have adult human intestinal fluke parasites in your liver, a growth factor that is called ortho-phospho-tyrosine emerge. This growth factor makes cells divide. Then your cells start to divide as well and this means cancer.

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