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The cancer is a fungus myth
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The cancer is a fungus myth

Simoncini states on his website:

"The positive results quoted allow us to confirm that Candida is always present in the tissues of cancer patients."

What Simoncini seems to be overlooking is the fact that Candida albicans is a normal part of everyone's body. Therefore, it is not surprising that Candida is present in the tissues of all cancer patients. The question is what tissues is the Candida found in. I have not seen any evidence from any research that Candida has been found inside of tumors themselves. Fungal infections though are common secondary factors with some cancers as the fungi take hold from the immune suppression that results primarily from the cancer therapies commonly used.

Simoncini treats his patients with injections of concentrated sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). Simoncini claims that the sodium bicarbonate rapidly destroys the cancer cells and cites the following study as his evidence:

If we read the study though all the study shows is an increased survival time due to reduced metastases. The study does not show that the actual cancer is being destroyed as Simoncini claims baking soda does. In fact, the study clearly states:

"Despite a lack of an effect on primary tumor growth"

Another contradiction to Simoncini's hypothesis is the fact that Candida albicans growth is promoted by an alkaline environment. Numerous studies have shown that in an alkaline environment that the C. albicans growth gene is not only turned on, but also that the alkalinity also converts this dimorphic microbe in to its aggressive and dangerous fungal form.

There is plenty of other evidence refuting Simoncini's claim. The strongest evidence against his claim is also the easiest to prove. Cancer cells have never been shown to contain cellulose, which is a major component of Candida cell walls. Cellulose is not a component though of human cells.
06-20-2012 08:20 PM
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