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Some are pleomorphic, meaning they can literally change from one form into another and back again, as the situation for their survival requires.
Some can even attach a piece of the human body to their own DNA much like putting on a mask or disguise -- so that the immune system overlooks them even as they wreak havoc on the body.
Some can crawl right into the cells of the human body and hide.
Some can ``hibernate'' for decades, only to ``awaken'' when the body is weak and less able to defend itself.
These popular works have in turn helped pave the way for new attention to be paid to some of the other outstanding books which have been published on this same subject over the course of the past two decades, but which were either ridiculed by the medical establishment, or completely overlooked when they first came out.In the meantime, here is a series of excerpts from articles that have been published in major medical publications, news sources, or on web sites around the world, discussing the vital topic of microbial infections and their direct relationship to chronic degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, Alzheimers, Multiple Sclerosis, lupus, Crohns disease, Lou Gehrigs disease (ALS) and many others.Simply click on the links below to be taken directly to the article excerpts of your choice, or scroll down to view the articles one by one. Are Bacterial and Viruses Playing a Hidden Role in Just About Every Chronic Degenerative Disease Known to Man?Are Cancer, Heart Disease, Arthritis and Many Other Killer Diseases Secretly Being Caused by Hidden Infections? Could Amyloid-Producing Bacteria Be Causing Alzheimer's? Are Bacteria Playing a Major Role in Heart Disease?Have Bacteria Been Linked Medically to Heart Disease and Stroke? Is Antibiotic Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis Effective?
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