Baking Soda and Cancer
In tissue science all that is described is how tissue tries to protect itself against a fungal attack. If a fungus ‘eats’ tissue, the tissue makes extra cells to fight the invasion. For example, if the Candida is in the liver a hepatocarcinoma is formed. In the brains such an invasion leads to a glioblastoma, and in the bronchi to a mesothelioma.
There is no question of abnormal cell division. It is a defense mechanism. This is the essence of the matter and therefore the essence of research into cancer.
Dr. Tullio Simoncini