Numerous people believe that cancer cells are a result of DNA damage. However, just because cancer cells might have DNA damage, DNA damage does not make a cell cancerous.
In the last 125 years, researchers have examined and discovered a lot about this disease. For instance, in 1890, William Russell (1852-1940) found the existence of microbes inside and outside cancer cells.
It has been found that these microbes inside cancer cells are “pleomorphic,” meaning that the pH inside them change their size and shape.
In 1931, Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in Medicine due to his discovery that the defining property of cancer cells was low “ATP energy”. ATP, or “adenosine triphosphate” is formed inside the mitochondria of cells.
A year before, in 1930, Dr. Royal Rife, found that the death of the microbes inside cancer cells caused the cells to be reversed into normal cells. Dr. Rife discovered a treatment using “harmonic frequencies” as a way to make the microbes vibrate until they “explode” and die.
Instead of winning the Nobel Prize, his lab and discovery were destroyed by the combined consensus of the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is a fact that he was shut down due to his treatment causing a 100% cure rate amongst patients who suffered from cancer.