Closely related to Candida are the mycoplasms or pleomorphic organisms. These have been shown to be a main factor in the causation of cancer. Therefore, antifungal therapy has also major benefits in cancer treatment.
There has been much discussion lately about cancer being fungus. This is postulated by Dr. Simoncini from Italy. While we don’t agree that cancer IS fungus, we do believe that cancer sets up an environment that is conducive to the development of fungus, with the release of metabolic waste from fast growing cells, like lactic acid. This acidic environment can allow cancer to exacerbate any fungus already present.
This can become a vicious cycle, with the fungus surrounding and protecting the cancer from any attack by the immune system. The fungus and cancer set up a symbiotic relationship, with the cancer supplying the acidic environment that the Candida loves, and the Candida protecting the cancer from attack.
Any person diagnosed with cancer, should be on an anti-fungal, and the only one that is safe for long term use is Lufenuron.