ANTIBIOTICS PROMOTE CANCER
pingouin at crystal.u-strasbg.fr
Wed Dec 4 03:43:06 EST 1996
In article <32A4FEB5.3455 at nol.net>,
Mark Peters <gquest at nol.net> writes:
>Who cares? Anyone?
>Antibiotics kill the bad germs. (The ones that don't become antibiotic
>resitant). Antibiotics also kill the good germs that help prevent the
>spread of bad germs. (loss of the good germs makes open season for
>antibiotic resistant bad germs) "Antibiotics" that do not kill yeast
>(open the season) and promote their growth. The yeast C. albicans can
>catalyze nitrosamine (a carcinogen) that causes cancer.
It is not the right group, but I have to answer. AFAIK,
C albicans is a pathogen yeast, present in minority in mocous
membrane. If the selection by antibiotics make it the majority,
then it provocs a disease called candidose.
So don't worry, each desequilibrium in epiderm or mucus
microorganic flora is visible.
If this helps,
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