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Re: [MOL] Parasites?/Lisa



Thanks for the help Lisa, I was going on a biology class from umpteen years
ago, did it show?  LOL! always, lillian


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----- Original Message -----
From: "lisafix" <lisafix@home.com>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 11:00 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Parasites?


> Dear Pat,
>
>   Since parasite is a word that pertains to an organism that lives at the
EXPENSE
> of another organism, that is not the word usually used to describe good
bacteria.
> You might do better to look up endosymbiosis, or simply symbiosis. This is
where
> the arrangement is mutually beneficial. Check out E Coli, while there are
the
> very dangerous strains of it, there are also kinds that we could not live
> without. They live deep within our small intestine, in the last part,
called the
> ileum. Also, whike you are there, check out Peyer's patches found in the
same
> place. Boy, isn't life amazing? How could anyone know all this and not
htink that
> we were created by God? Lisa
>
> PHall95413@aol.com wrote:
>
> > Lillian,
> >
> > I'm not saying that Dr. Clarke is right about the parasites, but I am
not
> > aware of good parasites unless leeches are considered good.  I know
there are
> > good bacteria and bad bacteria.
> >
> > I found the info in the Merck Manual about parasites.  Schistosoma
> > haematobium has been linked to bladder cancer.  Opisthorchis sinensis
has
> > been linked to carcinoma of the pancreas and bile ducts.  The copyright
on
> > this book is l999.  There is quite a lot about parasites in this book
but all
> > are bad.  Dr. Clarke says that all of us are carrying around several lbs
of
> > parasites.  She also recommends milk thistle.
> >
> > I  didn't bring up the zapper because I already have a reputation for my
alt
> > tx.  But my family (most of them) are really sold on it.  I have a
> > sister-in-law (PhD teaches at a University)  that has MS.  She swears by
the
> > zapper.  I saw bruises disappear off my sons foot.  He was stepped on by
a
> > horse over the 4th of July and used the zapper.
> >
> > Dr Clarke says we all have lbs of parasites in us.  I would like to know
more
> > about good parasites.  I couldn't find any in the Merck manual. They
have
> > quite a bit about bad parasites in it.
> >
> > Luv you,
> >
> > Pat Hall
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