The Delta Institute is committed to establishing protocols that treat the cause of disease and not just the symptoms. The history of the cancer bacteria is rich and fascinating as it details interesting opinions in regards to the cause of cancer and other diseases.
Historically, many scientists have identified a pleomorphic organism as the causative agent in cancer. This idea that bacteria exhibit extreme pleomorphism has been the center of a controversy dating back as early as 1852. The debate split microbiologists into two opposing schools: the monomorphists and the pleomorphists.
Although Monomorphism emerged as the prevailing thought, the literature is plentiful with evidence supporting the idea that bacteria exhibit extreme morphological variations and undergo complex life cycles. This is a fact still disputed by most microbiologist, resulting in misdirected efforts in microbial research that have lasted for more than a century and a half.
This organism responsible for cancer is referenced to as a stealth bacterium in order to distinguish it from detectable viral colonies whose primary damage stems from their ability to rapidly replicate. Conversely, the stealth bacterium replicates slowly, thus producing low bacterial populations making the stealth bacterium difficult for researchers to isolate. A population of one stealth bacterium is all that is required to construct a cancer cell. The pathogen impairs cellular respiration through manipulating cellular energy and nutrition.
Simply put, cancer is caused by a bacterium that impairs the cell’s ability to use oxygen. Understanding the role of stealth pathogens in the disease process lies at the heart of Delta’s innovative approach to health restoration. Properties of the stealth bacterium include:
In 1924 Nobel laureate Otto Heinrich Warburg hypothesized that cancer was caused by impaired oxidation at the cellular level. He observed that cancer cells produced energy by way of fermenting glucose, even when an abundance of molecular oxygen was present. Conversely, healthy cells generate energy from the oxidative breakdown of glucose in the form of pyruvate. The fermentation of pyruvate in the absence of oxygen is this illustrated:
As significant as Warburg's discoveries were, he did not succeed in identifying the specific mechanism of impairment. Delta understands cancer as a mitochondrial dysfunction and has explained in considerable detail the specific chemistry relating to both causation and remedial action(link). Delta has demonstrated, with great specificity, that the pathogenesis of cancer begins with the amine group of synthetic carcinogens or of a specific fungus that gels the blood in a manner that reduces oxygen supply to the vital areas of cellular respiration. This "disposing factor" prepares the way for the stealth bacterium (link) which in turn locks down cellular respiration by forming bonds with carbonyl groups that are the cellular engines that initiate the oxidation of glucose.
The cure for cancer and a host of other degenerative pathologies is found in neutralizing the bacterial chemistry, or other constituents that may be responsible for impairing the cell’s ability to utilize oxygen and produce energy. Any viable therapy must restore the ability of the mitochondria to "initiate" oxidative chains, thereby restoring mitochondrial function. Some of the key scientists that have contributed to Delta’s success are:
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ATP provides the fuel to power muscles, heart, brain, neurons, immune function, and digestion. It is the fuel source that animates your entire body. To put it bluntly, ATP and mitochondria are crucial for life. Mitochondria’s purpose also includes assisting in the removal of toxins from the cell, namely free radicals or ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species). Imagine never taking out the trash.