Approximately one third of the polio vaccinations given to 30 million Americans were contaminated with a potent cancer-causing virus. It’s possibly one of the biggest contaminations of all time and the most deadly. The CDC who recently posted information about this virus called SV40 or Simian virus has since taken it down after it was […]
It is widely understood that regular or increased consumption of fruits and vegetables is linked to having anti-cancer benefits. An excellent source of several bioactive phenolics is ginger. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties as well as antioxidants and antiproliferative activities which indicate a promising role as a chemopreventive agent.
BRCA1 and BRCA2 refer to two particular genes that are responsible for the repair of DNA mutations. BRCA1 produces a protein known as “Breast Cancer Type 1 Susceptibility Protein” Expressions of BRCA1 within the cells of breast and other tissue help to repair damaged DNA. If a repair is not possible then the gene helps […]
HHV6, a human herpes virus discovered in the mid-eighties, is active in nearly all Lyme disease patients along with borrelias Burgdorferi, the infamous bacteria known to cause Lyme. Though often referred to as a co-infection, HHV6 is not transmitted with the Lyme infection. The human herpes virus (HHV6) is opportunistic, and lays inactive in hosts waiting for the moment of least environmental resistance to strike. A Lyme infection is one such opportunity HHV6 commonly takes to present itself.
Mulitple Sclerois and Lyme Disease ARE THEY THE SAME DISEASE? Previously classed as a tick-borne illness, it has now been established that ticks are not the only carriers of Lyme disease. Mice, biting flies, spiders and mosquitos are also known transmitters of Borrelia Burgdorferi, the bacterium responsible for a multi-system infection known as Lyme disease. […]