Is there a cure for cancer - V
by Peter Eyre on 22 Jul 2017 1 Comment
As we conclude, one has to separate fact from fiction and ask why many very talented researchers all came up with the same analysis and agree that Dr. Virginia Livingston had indeed found a cure for cancer.


Why was only Dr. Livingston so blatantly ridiculed and closed down? Could it have been the fact that she took her research out of the laboratory and applied her findings to cure a multitude of cancers and associated diseases in her own clinic, so the various “Keep Cancer Going Brigade” shut her down?


Many other researchers continued to find exactly the same bacteria link to cancer and some to this day continue researching or writing medical journals on the topic without fear of retribution based on one simple fact: “They are not practicing or applying a possible cure”, and in doing so are in fact protecting the pharmaceutical industry and the many cancer foundations/charities that reap in billions of dollars for not finding a cure!!


Another expert, Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer, says:


By the turn of the 20th century, the medical profession had come to the conclusion that it was not a matter of whether infectious disease caused cancer, but of which one. For over 200 years, a cancer germ had been discovered and rediscovered, named and renamed, each scientist adding to the knowledge, but to no avail. Then, in 1910, certain American medical powers did a 180-degree rotation, deciding that cancer was not caused by a microbe and that anyone who thought otherwise was a heretic, a charlatan or a quack.


Dr. Broxmeyer gave credit to the work of Dr. Virginia Livingston and Dr. Alan Cantwell:


Dr Virginia Wuerthele-Caspe Livingston and her network … their meticulous peer-reviewed research and publications produced at the height of US post-World War II technology. Dr Dean Burk, who co-founded the US National Cancer Institute and headed its cell chemistry department for 34 years, went so far as to say that Livingston’s cancer germ was as real and certain as anything known about cancer. Researcher Dr Alan Cantwell, Jr, grew up thinking that all germs responsible for the important diseases were supposed to have been discovered already. But much to his dismay, he found one that had been left out: the cancer germ. Cantwell knew that Livingston had already been branded by the medical orthodoxy for finding this cancer germ - thus, what he thought to be perhaps the major discovery of the 20th century was left largely discredited.


Dr. Broxmeyer, Dr. Cantwell and Dr. Dean Burk (co-founder, US National Cancer Institute) agreed that Dr. Livingston’s cancer germ was real and certain as anything known about cancer. From a person so senior in the Cancer Institute that is truly a compliment, so what went wrong?


No matter what corner you turn or what evidence you find, the Government, Health Departments, Pharmaceutical Industry and respective Cancer Institutes/Charities did not want to stop the billions of dollars from flowing into their wallets …


Dr. Broxmeyer hit the nail on the head:


“The striking analogy between cancer and tuberculosis (TB) was noticed long before the tubercle bacillus was discovered. In 1877, Sir John Simon clearly pointed out the similarity and in fact argued very strongly in favour of a microbial mycobacterial origin for cancer. Since then, literally thousands of articles and texts have shown malignant changes to spring from tuberculosis infection. But Sir John’s vindication would have to wait for Livingston’s germ which, although tuberculosis-like, was not tuberculosis but an atypical form of this mycobacterium, melded from the mycobacterium and other related Actinomycetales. …


“When Virginia Livingston was a student at Bellevue Medical College in New York City, her pathology teacher mentioned rather disparagingly that there was a woman pathologist at Cornell University who thought Hodgkin’s disease (a form of glandular cancer) was caused by fowl tuberculosis. This pathologist had published, but no one had confirmed her findings. Afterwards, Livingston compared slides of the two diseases. In Hodgkin’s, the giant multinucleated cells were called Reed-Sternberg cells and were similar to the giant cells of tuberculosis which formed to engulf the tubercle bacilli.


“Livingston stored away in her memory that this pathologist - Dr Elise L’Esperance - was probably right but would have a difficult time gaining acceptance for her findings.


“By 1931, L’Esperance was seeing “acid fast” tuberculosis-like bacteria riddling her Hodgkin’s cancer tissue samples. That germ, once injected into guinea pigs, caused them to come down with Hodgkin’s, too, fulfilling Koch’s postulates. She brought her stained slides to former teacher and prominent Cornell cancer pathologist Dr James Ewing, ‘the father of oncology’. He initially confirmed that her tissue slides indeed showed Hodgkin’s. But when he found out that her samples came through guinea pig inoculation with fowl tuberculosis which she had found in humans with Hodgkin’s, Ewing, visibly upset, said that the slide samples then could not be cancer”.


At this stage remember that Dr. Livingston herself gave reference to fowl cancer being so rife and could even extend into the eggs that we purchase, not to mention the same cancer in cattle, all of which were clear in the processing plants almost everywhere .... one can see a clear picture evolving that proves that cancer is bacterium based.


What is deeply upsetting is the 180 degree turnaround by the father of cancer pathology Dr. James Ewing, who obviously could see that in finding a cure may hurt the pockets of many people, and went against Dr. Livingston and her associates.


Dr. Broxmeyer reacted to Dr. Ewing’s refusal to accept their findings:

“This reaction betrayed his chequered history as a high placed medical politician. In 1907, you could have approached Dr James Ewing about a cancer germ and he would have embraced you over it. Was it not Ewing who at one time had proclaimed that tuberculosis followed Hodgkin’s cancer “like a shadow”?


“But a few years later, Ewing sent a sword through the heart of an infectious cause of cancer with Neoplastic Diseases, becoming an ambitious zealot for radiation therapy with the directorship of what would one day become the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center squarely on his mind. His entry lay in the hands of prominent philanthropist James Douglas. A vote for Ewing, Douglas knew, was a vote for continued radiation and so Douglas began sizeable uranium extraction operations from Colorado mines through his company, Phelps Dodge, Inc.


“Soon, Sloan’s predecessor became known as a radium hospital and went from an institution with a census of less than 15 per cent of cancer patients - separated by partition, lest their disease spread to others - to a veritable cancer centre. But the very history of radiation revealed its flaws: by the early 1900s, nearly 100 cases of leukaemia had been documented in radium recipients, and not long thereafter it was determined that approximately 100 radiologists had contracted that cancer due to radium exposure. Still, Ewing, by now an honorary member of the American Radium Society, persisted.”


Dr. Virginia Livingston spoke about her effort to show her bacterium results to the world:


“Our [cancer] cultures were scrutinized over and over again. Strains were sent to many laboratories for identification. None could really classify them. They were something unknown. They had many forms but they always grew up again to be the same thing no matter how they were cultured. They resembled the mycobacteria more than anything else. The tubercle bacillus is a mycobacterium or fungoid bacillus”. (1972)


At the American Medical Association’s 1953 New York convention, participants were riveted by an exhibit of Livingston’s cancer germ, live. On the TV screen above, the cancer germs seemed indestructible, surviving a five-day experience of intolerable heat from closed-circuit microscopy. The press, muzzled by Sloan-Kettering’s head, Dr Cornelius Rhoads, was not allowed to interview Livingston or report on this exhibit.


As Livingston and Alexander-Jackson’s work on the cancer germ became more and more convincing, opponents of their work surfaced and became more and more vocal. Yet with recognition came visitors. Dr George Clark, a pathologist from Scranton, Pennsylvania, told Livingston that he had cultured Dr Thomas Glover’s famed cancer germ from human cancer and developed metastasising tumours in animals from it. Clark assured Livingston that Glover was onto the same bacterial pathogen that she was.


Some very fine work was done in Japan by Dr. Chisato Maruyama who, like Dr Virginia Livingston, pioneered research into the relationship between bacteria and cancer and like Dr. Livingston created a vaccine which to this day is available.


The Specific Substance MARUYAMA (SSM, or Maruyama Vaccine), has been playing a pioneering role in cancer immunotherapy. Highly technical references such as research papers that have been published or submitted on the effectiveness of cancer therapy using SSM are currently posted in the English pages of this website.


SSM has been administered to approximately 390,000 patients as an investigational new drug for cancer treatment and has demonstrated a number of positive outcomes.


SSM awakens the immune system in humans and encourages production of cytokines such as interferon through activation of lymphocytes and other elements.


SSM also increases collagen. By continuing to inject SSM, collagen fibers build up around cancer cells, encircling them and causing cancer cells to become dormant. Sometimes cancer is shrunk or reduced, which indirectly blocks cancer growth and causes it to self-destruct.


With a history of over 45 years of use in medical practice, SSM’s five characteristic effects have been confirmed through clinical studies and research.

1. No adverse side effects.

2. Superior survival prolongation.

3. Subjective symptoms relief.

4. Cancer shrinkage/disappearance.

5. Suppression of cancer growth/metastasis.


The Declaration of Helsinki


One more very important factor must be included in this final article and that is the fact that such treatment is allowed on patients who have tried almost all types of treatment available or who are classified as terminally ill .... this loophole in governments strict control of not allowing a cure is covered under an international agreement called “The Declaration of Helsinki”.


This agreement allows doctors to use whatever means available to cure their patient of their disease, especially terminally ill patients.

[For medical slides, see link below - Ed]


Further complicating the bacteriology of cancer is the observation that similar-appearing microbes can be seen in vivo in certain chronic diseases, such as lupus, scleroderma, sarcoidosis, and others.


Dr. Livingston claimed that all human beings carried cancer microbes; she postulated these microbes were closely connected with the origin of life. In the healthy state these microbes caused no harm and were beneficial. However, when the immune system was weakened, these bacteria were capable of inducing a variety of human illnesses, including cancer.


Dr. Livingston took out various patents to protect her invention/protocol, which was clear evidence that she urgently needed to protect this giant step for humankind!!


In the course of her many years of research on blood composition, Dr. Livingston identified an organism common to the tissue of patients with scleroderma, tuberculosis, leprosy, and all types of cancer. It is a bacteria capable of changing shape and size and evolving through a complex but describable series of forms, from the tiniest virus to something the size of a red blood cell. In fact, it is only temporarily a bacteria.


Dr. Livingston named this organism Progenitor cryptocides and described it as the “ancestral hidden killer” and “a silent but lethal bloodstream infection.” In doing so, she challenged two of modern medicine’s presumed unassailable tenets: that cancer is not caused by a bacteria, and that bacteria cannot change shape.



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