Cancer Cells are Fungus Cells

Cancer cells are anaerobic and have the ability to ferment.
All human cells have an absolute requirement for oxygen,
but cancer cells can live without oxygen a rule without exception.”
-Dr. Otto Warburg, Nobel Prize winner

Dr. Warburg was talking about the fact that cancer cells are anaerobic cells and they can live without oxygen by fermenting. Human cells are aerobic cells and must have oxygen because they cannot ferment. If you don’t believe human cells must have oxygen, tie a tourniquet around any part of your body to test the theory.

In 1838, pathologist Johannes Muller discovered cancer cells were not human cells and they were developed by budding organisms.

Dr. Tullio Simoncini, is an Italian oncologist. He believes cancer cesimoncinills are fungus cells. He also believes Candida albicans is one type of fungus which causes cancerous tumors. He discovered that every cancerous tumor he examined under a microscope, was made of fungus cells. Dr. Simoncini has successfully used bicarbonate of soda to eliminate cancer cells. His website is

 “Unlike normal cells, cancer cells are often very different in their size and shape.”
-American Cancer Society

Some fungus cells reproduce using the fission method like human cells. Many types of fungus cells look similar to human cells, while others look like rod shaped bacteria.

Fungus and human cells are eukaryotic cells. They both have a nucleus, cholesterol and DNA. Bacteria cells are prokaryotic cells. They don’t have a nucleus.

Scientists use yeast in lab experiments worldwide because they grow much faster than human cells. Yeast is the model organism used in cell research. They are easily kept alive in laboratories and used to test the toxicity of new drugs.

Fungus spores are seeds which can lay dormant for years in the soil or the human body. When the environment is right they germinate and grow.

The word Hela is an abbreviation for Henrietta Lacks. In 1951, George Gey took what was believed to be mutated human cancer cells from Henrietta Lacks, who died from cervical cancer.

Over 70,000 articles have been written about Hela cells. Hela cells have been used in cancer research worldwide for over 60 years. They are believed to be the only  immortal human cells. All other attempts to grow human cells outside the body have failed, because Hela cells are actually fungus cells.

Scientists have been mislead. Cancer cells are not mutated or immature cells. Until they become aware of this simple and big misunderstanding they will continue to be deceived.

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