posted on Sep, 26 2003 @ 10:11 PM
I had heard of this before: It would have massive repercussions for the medical industry if this was proven to be true.... a simple vaccination
program could drastically cut cancer rates.
However, because the medical industry generates so much revenue out of cytotoxic chemotherapy (and nearly killing the patient in the process), I doubt
that they would be willing to part with so much income....
A common infection could be the cause of the mysterious brain and lymphatic cancers that kill young children. Scientists have discovered that
childhood cancer cases cluster together in a way that suggests that this is the origin. And how do adults who survived childhood cancer feel about
their lives today?
Caroline Ryan writes in BBC News Online that researchers who studied childhood cancer rates in England for the last 50 years say the disease patterns
can't be explained by chance. They found that cases of lymphatic cancer and brain tumors occurred in the same areas and time periods much more
frequently than they would have expected. Children born within a year of each other and living within a few miles of one another when they were born
were much more likely to come down with these diseases.