Pancreatic cancer: the tissue is 3,000 times more contaminated with fungi (especially Malassezia). Fungal treatment improved the OST. Slow pancreatic carcinomas could even be arrested in the mouse model by treatment of the mycobiome with antifungal medication.
The “Cancer Infection Thesis” by Prof. Köstler and Dr. med. Simon Yu is becoming increasingly important.
Nature is one of the highest science magazines. You can habilitate with just one Nature publication. This very recent Nature study of Oct 2019 shows that a “mycobioma” is crawling up as a community of fungi from the intestinal tract and colonizing the pancreatic cancer.
In the cancer, the density of fungal infection is about 3000 times stronger than in normal pancreatic tissue, as could be determine from surgical specimens of humans and mouse experiments.
Most important was the fungus Mallasezia: this fungal species activates the complement system (= inflammation) via a lectin which has led to a strong growth stimulus to the cancer. This could be shown does not take place with Aspergillus or Candida.
A similar study has already shown in April 2019 that the fungus Mallasezia is significantly more detectable in colon cancer tissue (study 2019).
Cancer is an immune-incompetent tissue
Cancer cells are full of MAF2 (macrophage type 2) and Tregs (regulatory T cells), both of which release a cytokine cloud containing the immunosuppressive cytokines TGF-ß and IL-10.
Because of this, almost all immunological tumor therapies fail. The activated immune system works until the cancer, but under the influence of the immunosuppressive cytokines, it must then go to sleep in the margins of the tumor!
Metronomic chemotherapy (Tregs), cimetidine (Tregs), activated deglycosylated vitamin D binding protein (Immuno D) and astragalus are measures to reduce tumor immunosuppression.
Infections can further weaken the immune system of a cancer patient
Ubiquitous parasites can slow down the immune system. Incidentally, this will be medically exploited and parasites will be targeted for uncontrollable autoimmune diseases or organ transplant rejections.
Dr. Simon Yu, a St. Louis-based parasite expert, always treats tumor patients first with parasitic drugs.
Dr. Yu removes the immune-suppressive action of parasites that took over the immune system. On the other hand you may notice that parasite medications have been found to be actually modern, specific kinase inhibitors and could be used as a “target therapy” on the cancer.
Most important to Dr. Yu, however, are the dental cavitations, as the cytokine RANTES from the NICOs massively blocks the immune system.
We found using the AMA test of Dr. Simon Yu that pulmonary metastases are often infected with Aspergillus and we get a improved response to chemotherapy, if these are followed with antifungal treatment. This is actually conclusive because the cancer tissue is immune-incompetent and mold finds great growth conditions in the immun-suppressed lung tissue.
Incidentally, according to Dr. Friesen, methadone accumulates 20-fold in the lung tissue and therefore enhances chemotherapy very well for lung cancers.