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Re: The Overnight Cancer Cure: DMSO plus CS
 
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Re: The Overnight Cancer Cure: DMSO plus CS


This may be obvious to some, but I questioned "Microbes." What are "Cancer Microbes?"

The answer is that they could be fungus, bacteria or virus. All 3 kinds of microbes can cause cancers. Bacteria & fungus are self replicating while virus must hijack a cell to replicate.

So the answer is that Colloidal Silver kills all bacteria, virus & fungus. And this is why DMSO is helpful to open up the cell walls to get Colloidal Silver inside the cell to kill the virus.
This is of course over simplified. Google "Cancer Virus," "Cancer Bacteria" and "Cancer Fungus" for a more detailed explanations.

I also discovered that large amounts of Colloidal Silver also kills cancers. Examples given were for dogs & cats, seen in testimonials for pets at the end of our testimonials file:
http://tinyurl.com/colloidal-silver-testimonials

One example given is feeding the pet colloidal silver instead of water and then all tumors were cured. An amazing revelation is that sickly pets choose to drink colloidal silver instead of water when both are presented ! Caution may be required because too much colloidal silver for too long could cause Argyria, the infamous blue-gray skin.

The Fungus & Cancer revelation:
https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/breast-cancer-really-fungus/
Another factor is that cancer cells hate oxygen and DMSO supplies oxygen to the cells. Google DMSO "oxygen" and "cancer oxygen"

Grizz
 

 
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