Why are natural viruses important? Science discovers common viruses REDUCE later health issues, including cancer
Pharmaceutical companies and the medical system love to vilify viruses, but are they really bad for your body? Science is discovering there are many benefits to common illnesses, particularly in childhood, and theorize that viruses actually help train the immune system in a way that can REDUCE risk of more serious issues later in life, including cancer.
Yes, you read that right: natural viruses can PROTECT from disease later in life.
For thousands of years, humans have lived synergistically with viruses and bacteria. And now science is discovering that they actually serve a purpose on our journey to transformation and health.
The studies below go into more detail.
Cleaning House & Creating Space
According to Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist MIT, the flu virus is one way our bodies’ regenerate and “clean house” by filtering out weak and dead cells to create space for new cells.
Dr Seneff says we live in a symbiotic relationship with all the other species, even the pathogens. The flu virus goes into the muscles cells and reprograms them to hand over their sulfate. The flu virus delivers the sulfate to your blood. The sulfate cleans your blood by killing off the weak cells allowing growth for new cells. In effect, the flu virus is rescuing your blood from future health issues by keeping it as strong as possible (more serious illnesses, perhaps cancer).
Getting sick with the flu isn’t bad, it’s actually good for your body.
THE BENEFITS OF MEASLES:
Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched controls. Medical Hypotheses, 1998
Albonico found that adults are significantly protected against non-breast cancers — genital, prostate, gastrointestinal, skin, lung, ear-nose-throat, and others — if they contracted measles (odds ratio, OR = 0.45), rubella (OR = 0.38) or chickenpox (OR = 0.62) earlier in life. [Med Hypotheses 1998; 51(4): 315-20].
Do childhood diseases affect NHL and HL risk? A case-control study from northern and southern Italy. Leukaemia Research, 2006
Infections by most common childhood pathogens may protect against HL (Hodgkin lymphoma) or, at least, be correlated with some other early exposure, which may lower the risk of HL in adulthood.
Risk factors for Hodgkin’s disease by Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) status: prior infection by EBV and other agents. British Journal of Cancer, 2011
Alexander found that infection with measles during childhood is significantly protective — it cuts the risk in half — against developing Hodgkin’s disease (OR = 0.53) [Br J Cancer 2000; 82(5): 1117-21].
Measles to the Rescue: A Review of Oncolytic Measles Virus. Viruses, 2016
MV Clinical trials are producing encouraging preliminary results in ovarian cancer, myeloma and cutaneous non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and the outcome of currently open trials in glioblastoma multiforme, mesothelioma and squamous cell carcinoma are eagerly anticipated.
Exposure to childhood infections and risk of Epstein-Barr virus–defined Hodgkin’s lymphoma in women. International Journal of Cancer, 2005
Glaser also found that lymph cancer is significantly more likely in adults who were not infected with measles, mumps or rubella in childhood.
Measles virus for cancer therapy. Current Topics in Microbiology Immunology, 2009
A study on malaria infection during the acute stage of measles infection. Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 1991
This study indicates that malaria densities were lower during the acute stage of measles than in healthy children.
Frequency of allergic diseases following measles. Allergologia et Immunopathologia, 2006
Allergic diseases are less frequent in children with a history of measles.
Early childhood infection and atopic disorder. Thorax, 1998
Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched controls. Medical Hypotheses, 1998
The number of FICD decreased the cancer risk, in particular for non-breast cancers.
Measles and atopy in Guinea-Bissau. Lancet, 1996
Measles infection may prevent the development of atopy in African children.
Allergic disease and atopic sensitization in children in relation to measles vaccination and measles infection. Pediatrics, 2009
Measles infection protects against allergic disease in children.
Spontaneous improvement of intractable epileptic seizures following acute viral infections. Brain Development, 2004
Nodding syndrome in Mundri county, South Sudan: environmental, nutritional and infectious factors. African Health Science, 2013
There is an inverse relationship between a history of measles infection and Nodding syndrome.
Measles infection and Parkinson’s disease. American Journal of Epidemiology, 1985
There is evidence for a protective effect of measles, compatible with some complex interaction between measles virus and the virus of the 1918 influenza epidemic.
Transient remission of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis after measles. Acta Paediatrica Scandindanavica, 1981
Infantile Hodgkin’s disease: remission after measles. British Medical Journal, 1973
Suppression of Plasmodium falciparum infections during concomitant measles or influenza but not during pertussis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 1992
Significantly lower parasitic prevalences and mean densities of malaria parasites were found in children up to nine years of age who had measles or influenza than in asymptomatic control children.
Suspensive effect of measles on psoriasic erythroderma of 12 years’ duration. Lyon Medical, 1969
Case of psoriasis cured after intercurrent measles. Minerva Dermatologica, 1959
Cure of psoriasis after co-existing measles. Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii, 1961
Long-term remission induced by measles infection and followed by immunosuppressive therapy in a case of refractory juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica, 1988
A case of severe juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, polyarticular type, refractory to FANS and long acting therapy which showed a quick remission after measles is described.
Suspensive effect of measles on chronic psoriasis in children: 2 cases. Lyon Medical, 1969
“Epidemiological research has shown two important characteristics of measles: the severity of clinical illness is largely determined by the infecting dose, and, surprisingly, mild infection and standard doses of Schwarz vaccine substantially reduce mortality from conditions other than measles.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1116143/
Measles and childhood infections have the potential to reduce allergies: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9102962
“In univariate analysis, hay fever was less common in those contracting measles infection than in those not infected, and more common in those given measles vaccination than in those not vaccinated.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10024220
“Measles infection may prevent the development of atopy in African children.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8667923
THE BENEFITS OF MUMPS:
Mumps and ovarian cancer: modern interpretation of an historic association. Cancer Causes Control, 2010
Researchers investigated whether mumps might engender immunity to ovarian cancer through antibodies against the cancer-associated antigen MUC1 abnormally expressed in the inflamed parotid gland.
Association of measles and mumps with cardiovascular disease: The Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) study. Atherosclerosis, 2015
Measles and mumps, especially in case of both infections, were associated with lower risks of mortality from atherosclerotic CVD.
Two successive outbreaks of mumps in Nova Scotia among vaccinated adolescents and young adults. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2006
The first outbreak involved 13 high-school students (median age 14 yr): 9 who had previously received 2 doses of measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR) and 4 who received a single dose. The second outbreak comprised 19 cases of mumps among students and some staff at a local university (median age 23 yr), of whom 18 had received only 1 dose of MMR (the other received a second dose).
THE BENEFITS OF INFLUENZA:
Influenza virus infection elicits protective antibodies and T cells specific for host cell antigens also expressed as tumor associated antigens: a new view of cancer immunosurveillance. Cancer Immunology Research, 2014
Influenza-experienced mice control challenge lung tumour better than infection-naive control mice.
THE BENEFITS OF CHICKEN POX
Review of the United States universal varicella vaccination program: Herpes zoster incidence rates, cost-effectiveness, and vaccine efficacy based primarily on the Antelope Valley Varicella Active Surveillance Project data. Vaccine, 2013
In 2000, varicella incidence dramatically declined to 70% of the prevaccine rate. Herpes Zoster (HZ) reports significantly increased among adults aged 20–69 years from 2000 to 2001. Children with a prior history of varicella demonstrated HZ rates similar to adults. By 2002, the efficacy of the varicella vaccination had declined well below 80%. HZ morbidity costs have exceeded the cost savings from varicella-disease reductions.
Chickenpox in childhood is associated with decreased atopic disorders, IgE, allergic sensitization, and leukocyte subsets. Pediatric Allergy Immunology 2012
Silverberg et al. also reported that wild-type VZV infection up to 8 years of age was found to be protective against atopic disorders that are thought to be “mediated by suppression of IgE production and allergic sensitization, as well as altered leukocyte distributions. Chicken Pox references taken from Goldman, King STUDY
“To date, Varicella (aka chicken pox) is the only virus consistently reported to have an inverse association with glioma. ” http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cam4.682/full
Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched control: “The number of FICD decreased the cancer risk, in particular for non-breast cancers.” https://www.sciencedirect.com/…/artic…/pii/S030698779890055X
THE BENEFITS OF COMMON INFECTIONS:
Day care in infancy and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: findings from UK case-control study. Biomedical Journal, 2005
Gilham found that infants with the least exposure to common infections have the greatest risk of developing childhood leukemia.
Early life exposure to infections and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Epidemiology, 2010
Urayama et al also found that early exposure to infections is protective against leukemia.
Childhood illnesses LOWER your cancer risk later in life!
Normal childhood illnesses can REDUCE health issues later in life
Almost overnight, measles went from being characterized as a natural rite of passage necessary for strengthening immunity to a deadly infection against which we have only one hope against complete destruction: 100% vaccine uptake. The truth is that measles and other childhood infections may actually protect against life-threatening conditions like cancer and heart disease.
Mumps Outbreak in Washington — 60%+ were fully vaccinated. Instead of discussing why the vaccine doesn’t work, media pushes for more shots. Could it be because of the Pharma $$ they get from advertisements?!!
They also fail to mention a current lawsuit brought by former Merck scientists claiming Merck falsified efficacy results for the mumps portion of the vaccine. Reminder: mumps is an extremely benign childhood illness (even the CDC admits this), that builds your immune system in a healthy way.
130 cases of mumps…ALL vaccinated…tell me again how vaccines STOP disease when it’s clear that they do NOT
Oh, and here’s a lawsuit against Merck, maker of the MMR vaccine, filed by two former MERCK SCIENTISTS that have proof the company falsified efficacy data on the Mumps vaccine…
Let´t take the headline for measles outbreak
35 death of measles in Europe in the last year.
People living in Europe: 743,1 Million. This a a very very low rate of death. Surprisingly it makes a headline, no?
Why Is China Having Measles Outbreaks When 99% Are Vaccinated?
Outbreak of Measles Among Persons With Prior Evidence of Immunity
Persistent Outbreak of Measles Despite Prevention and Control Measures