Cancer – the gated community within

cancer gated community

The Cancer Gated Community –  is guarded against the intrusion of the immune system.  The guards – appear as normal guards, in this case a protein so sticky that it adheres to the cancer cells making them virtually invisible to the immune system.

So what goes on inside this gated community?  Inside the cancer community there are condos that provide safe haven to bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungus. While there are many that have come to believe cancer is fungus or is some type of virus or it is parasitic, that is not correct. Cancer harbors these pathogens which can and do not only thrive inside of the cancer cells but in many cases are causing or contributing to the cancer’s existence and progression.

Cancer condo

The Cancer Condo, no one ever said cancer is pretty, it is not.

Cancer is not well built, it is leaky and wants a vascular supply to feed the cells. This feeds the pathogens as well.  Most do not need a lot of oxygen. As the cancer grows the inner sections of the tumors get less oxygen than the outer most portions of the tumors; this caused the inner cancer cells to mutate and need less oxygen, this purely for survival purposes.

Take a look at the Fungus.  Many people believe cancer is fungus, while it may act like it or even look like it, cancer has certain characteristics that show it is not.  Cancer cells have the same anaerobic energy as fungi however cancer’s degree of oxidative energy is different than fungus. The oxidative energy of cancer cells can be restored and converted back to normal cells, fungus cannot do this. Dr Milton White stated that in his studies, he found fungi spores in all the cancer samples he studied.   He did not see the cancer as fungus but found fungi spores living in the cancer.  Other studies have compared cancer to candida, it grows in a colony formation and has many characteristics of yeast cells. While there may be direct similar comparisons, cancer remains a mutation of normal cells that tend to adapt to every situation and condition for survival.

It has long been thought there was an association between cancer and bacteria, viruses and parasites. HPV  or human papillomavirus found in cervical cancer and herpes virus in sarcomas, Helicobacter pylori – or H-pylori is known to be contributory towards gastric and mucosa lymphoid tissue lymphoma.

In the 1930’s Wilhelm von Brehmer described seeing microbes in cancer patient’s blood however his discovery was met with a wrath from colleagues prompting Adolf Hitler to intervene. Georges Mazet also found pleomorphic bacteria in Hodgkin’s lymphoma as early as 1941, he reported a red staining bacteria in many types of cancer. Furthermore, as early as 1890 William Russell, a pathologist at the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh, gave an address to the Pathological Society of London, he reported his histopathologic findings of a characteristic organism of cancer he had observed using a microscope in fuchsine-stained tissue sections from all the cancer forms he had tested, as well as in some cases of tuberculosis, syphilis and skin infections. Russell’s microbes are known as Russell bodies.  Now over a century later ‘Russell bodies’ or ‘large body’ microbes are being found in microscopically studied samples of cancer, and other diseases. Still there is a wonder what cancer is and what cancer holds within its walls.

Bacteria and viruses can also be opportunistic, finding safe haven within tumors. Their presence can be due to infections via the vasculature system and find tumors a place to find nutrients to survive. Studies have found in observing different patients that a variety of indigenous bacterial species are isolated in cancerous lesions. Tumors may provide a localized environment and may be unapparent to blood samples.  Infections transmitted to the patient during surgery is common, those patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation find themselves susceptible to infections as their immune system is brought down during such chemo or radiation treatments. This leads to these viruses and bacteria to find a home within cancer cells.

Toxins find their way into cancer cells and set up residence. In a study the presence of pseudo estrogen paraben esters were found in 99 percent of all those cancer tissues sampled.  Sodium Lauryl Sulfate known as SLS – helps to allow other chemicals to penetrate into cells, once they open the door so to speak it allows cells to be vulnerable to other toxic chemicals. Cancer cells are easily penetrated and will harbor the SLS as well as other chemicals and toxins found in everyday products from shampoos, to skin creams, shaving creams and dozens of other personal care and cosmetic products.

What is curious, the resulting effect on the body when the cancer is killed off. What occurs? Where do the all the inhabitants of the cancer condo go?

When a cell dies, its normal functions will stop functioning. The cells become leaky, meaning what held them together begins to fall apart allowing what is held on the inside of the cells to leak out. Whatever is now outside can penetrate. Enzymes from the cells will ooze out, the chromosomes break apart, the proteins once bonded together fall apart; everything begins to degrade. This process attracts your macrophages and neutrophils; these two types of cells are the body’s scavengers. They have a job, they clean up and digest dead things, dead cells and dead cell debris. Think of them as scavengers cleaning up road kill. When cell death occurs they put out a certain smell that these scavengers smell and go after. Macrophages are like a fleet of garbage trucks, our bodies have a finite amount of trucks in the fleet; when signaled they set out to the site and pick up the debris and eating them. Like a recycle center the neutrophilis and macrophages recycle the proteins, sugars, nucleic acids, etc, all get recycled and used. Phagocytes, as they are called, find all dead tissue tasty and cancer cells are no exception. Normally, dead cells are an everyday occurrence and cleanup is fast; however, if a large tumor or tumors are killed quickly, the phagocytes have a larger job and it can take time for them to completely clean up the sites. Meanwhile the dead tissue can attract and create inflammation as well can allow for infections to easily penetrate these hollowed cells.

There is little study or research done to discover what actually happens to the residents of the cancer condos; that is what happens to the bacteria, viruses, fungus and parasites that inhabited the cancer cells? If most researchers will not even agree that they actually are present, then who will research what does occur with a large die off happens? When treatments that do accomplish the task of truly killing cancer cells in large amounts quickly, the body immediately will find these pathogens escaping in large numbers into the blood stream and neighboring cells.  It is no wonder why many patients when die off occurs begin to exhibit symptoms of viral and bacterial infections; many patients die due to such infections.  Doctors are not trained to accept complete cancer die off; when any large die off occurs it is considered an effect of cancer itself and no diagnosis of infection is usually recommended, hence most patients will go undiagnosed of infection. If it was well known and accepted that viruses and bacteria resided inside cancer cells, and thus released upon the death of the cancer cells; massive use of antibiotics and other treatments would be implemented. That today is unfortunately not the case.


Jesicha’s Hope believes cancer is not incurable. We need to understand and address not just killing the cancer but to address what escapes from cancer when it does not; it is grave and unjust to allow an invasion of bacteria, viruses, fungus and parasites into the patient without treating them.  We have found professional that accept this theory and are able to treat from cause to cure – allowing the body to fully restore itself to health after cancer death.  Ask us how to heal from cancer. or contact us: visit us at:






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