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Help! Dental extraction help the nerve pain & lymphoma.

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posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 06:42 PM
I previously read an article of a lady who was diagnosed with lymphoma. The doctors said they could do nothing for her. she went to Mexico and they told her she had a root canal that was infected but showed no signs. they pulled the tooth and within two weeks her body started healing itself and the lumps went down in her neck.

I started doing more research and found similar cases of nerve pain and other diseases or infections that the body healed on its own after extracting that tooth or a root canaled tooth.

I'm having a very hard time finding the same articles or research. My main question is there other instances of nerve problems or types of cancer link to an infected tooth that showed no signs or an infection in the actual nerve.

I believe the original article was on ATS but I have searched and have not had any luck finding it or the information I'm looking for. Please and thank you to anyone who can help.

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