posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 05:06 PM
Primus, it sounds like its a naturally-occuring virus that up to 80% of the population carries - meaning its more like the "good gut bacteria" than
an illness-causing virus. That being said, it should have no negative impact on healthy tissue that "belongs" with the body.
To speculate as to the mechanism, there must be something the virus "likes" in the cancerous cells (a chemical compound specific to those cancer
cells) - or- there is something about the makeup of the virus itself which is "toxic" to the cancer cells. Thus, the 80% of the population carrying
the virus is less likely to fall victim to breast cancer. Were a large study to be done, I would guess we'll find a disproportionate percentage of
breast cancer cases are in women who do not carry the virus.
To speculate as to how it could ever hit the market as a treatment, given the evil monsters who control such things - they could synthesize a compound
the virus creates which kills the cancer cells, or, give injections of the virus as a "vaccine" or treatment. If there is a way to make enough
money MORE than current treatments, to make it worthwile for TPTB to leave a few deaths on the table in the depopulation agenda, it'll eventually
come to pass.