Do Childhood Infections Like Chicken Pox and Measles Prevent Cancer?

By: thedrswolfson
January 11, 2019

For the immune system to function properly, it is imperative that babies are exposed to bacteria and viruses in utero and in infancy. Cancer is a disease of immune dysfunction, just like most diseases. When the immune system is damaged from vaccine toxins and false stimulation by unnatural viral and bacterial components injected through a […]

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Could Cholesterol Protect You from Cancer?

By: thedrswolfson
February 23, 2017

Cholesterol is one of the most important molecules in our body. Often vilified by mainstream medical doctors and the media, cholesterol serves many functions including: cell membrane integrity and function; production of vitamin D; digestion as a large part of bile; the precursor to hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, progesterone and cortisol. Cholesterol is so […]

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