Pleomorphism 101, Part 1: William Crofton, MD

Why would such suppression of a cure take place? I assume it’s because if the cure for canine distemper were revealed, anyone with a bit of medical training could figure out that the same cure may work for flu and other ‘viruses’ in humans.”

Gumshoe News

by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Most of this article appeared at Gumshoe on 23 October 2014, under the title “Attention Dog Lovers.” I am repeating it here because of the new item by Alan Cantwell, MD, rejuvenating the study of pleomorphism.

In yesterday’s article, Cantwell praised Antoine Béchamp for noticing – with the aid of polarized light – some creatures that were not strictly bacteria but which became bacteria. To discuss such a thing is “forbidden” in medical science today. Can you imagine!

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