Dawn Lester & David Parker
… As we have shown in many previous articles, there is no evidence that any so-called ‘virus’ causes any disease, and this includes cancer.
More importantly, the particles referred to as ‘viruses’ cannot possibly cause cancer, because so-called ‘infections’ are said to involve the death of cells, whereas cancer is said to involve the proliferation of cells, as the Harvard Medical School definition shows. These processes are the complete opposite of each other. This means there is no such thing as a ‘cancer-causing infection’.
Published: The Light Issue 33 May 2023
Image: National Cancer Institute