Elsman says: “In recent years, the eminent oncologist Dr. Tullio Simoncini has claimed that cancer is, in essence, caused by a yeast (Candida Albicans). It is a layer of acid which is maintained by lactic acid bacteria on, among other things, the esophagus, that prevents the yeast from adhering to and entering the body. In the absence of lactic acid bacteria, Candida adheres to and penetrates the walls into the bloodstream and spreads to all vital organs (milk glands, prostate, brain, etc.).”
Scientific evidence of this growth, for example, can be found in the publication: ‘Mechanism of Candida transformation in response to changes of pH. Department of Microbiology, Tohoku Pharmaceutical University, Senday, Japan‘ – “Eight out of 12 strains of C. albicans grow in hyphal form at pH 7. Hyphal formation was inhibited in all strains at pH 4.”
Several years ago, US physician William R. Kellas discovered that more than ninety percent of the population has Candida Albicans in its blood. About this, he says: “However, a blood culture or Candida or antibodies test is nearly useless, since nearly everyone would test positive, regardless of the presence or absence of symptoms.”
Elsman has been conducting research into the development and prevention of cancer since 1993. This has recently led to his discovery that the development of most cancer is caused by the absence of lactic acid bacteria in milk.
Elsman compares cancer to scurvy. History proves that science regularly misses something and clings too much to existing dogmas. Physicians used to believe that the cause of scurvy was lack of exercise. Millions of sailors died from it, until in the late 18th century, it was discovered that it was caused by a vitamin C (fresh fruit) deficiency. Where cancer is concerned, such a dogma also exists.
According to Christopher Wild, director of the WHO agency for cancer: “The costs of cancer treatment are getting wildly out of hand, even in low-income countries. Prevention is absolutely essential, but it is being somewhat neglected currently,” says Wild. One of the other authors, Bernard Stewart of the University of New South Wales in Australia, says that prevention “plays a crucial part in combating the flood of cancer cases that we are seeing across the globe.”