Public health officials are closely tracking a new superbug. It’s a tough new strain of fungus called Candida auris, and it’s resistant to most of the drugs that are available to treat it. Studies estimate that about half of people who become infected with it will die. According to the latest update from the CDC, it has sickened 617 patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and long term care facilities in 12 states
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With a mixture of vaccinations, antibiotics and hot hospital wards (bacteria breeds better at room temperature and above), once you are in hospital, the chances are you will end up with more serious health issues than when you went in.
This latest strain of hospital superbug is a result of too much medical intervention as we see across the developed world.
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This from WebMD:
We asked Tom Chiller, MD, Chief of the Mycotic Diseases Branch at the CDC for a situation report.
WebMD: When did doctors first become aware of Candida auris?
Chiller: Candida auris came into the published literature and knowledge in 2009, so relatively recent. It was first reported in the ear canal of a person in Japan.
WebMD: Most of us know candida from common yeast infections that you might get on your skin or mucous membranes. What makes this one different?
Chiller: It’s not acting like your typical candida. We’re used to seeing those.
Candida — the regular ones — are already a major cause of bloodstream infection in hospitalized patients. When we get invasive infections, for example, bloodstream infections, we think that you sort of auto-infect yourself. You come in with the candida already living in your gut. You’re in the ICU, you’re on a broad spectrum antibiotic. You’re killing off bad bacteria, you’re killing off good bacteria, so what are you left with? Yeast, and it takes over.
What’s new with Candida auris is that it doesn’t act like the typical candida that comes from our gut. This seems to be more of a skin organism. It’s very happy on the skin and on surfaces.
It can survive on surfaces for long periods of time, weeks to months. We know of patients that are colonized [meaning the Candida auris lives on their skin without making them sick] for over a year now.
It is spreading in health care settings, more like bacteria would, so it’s yeast that’s acting like bacteria.
WebMD: We read about a large outbreak—involving 70 patients–at a hospital in the U.K. where it was being passed from patient to patient on hospital thermometers.
Chiller: Yes. We’re able to see its spread once it sets up shop in a unit or a ward or a skilled nursing facility. We’re able to track that using whole genome sequencing.
In England they were dealing with a very large outbreak in a hospital in London. They’re the ones that alerted us to the fact of how hard this is to control and kill.
They would take a patient out of the room, try to clean the room, put a screened negative patient [who didn’t have any sign of C. auris] into that room and a couple of days later they would find Candida auris on the patient.
They could find it everywhere, on the windowsills, curtains, floor beds, machines, desks, chairs, shoes, so the yeast is able to go everywhere. It’s been very hard to kill in the environment and on a patient’s skin.
Bleach works well to kill it but you can’t bleach everything because bleach can damage hospital equipment, so there are other disinfectants that you can use and hospitals are having better success now.
WebMD: How concerned are you about this germ?
Chiller: I’m worried about this one. Candidemia is often the most common bloodstream infection in many hospitals and ICUs across this country. Thankfully we still have antifungals to treat those infections.
But Candida auris can be highly resistant to anti-fungal drugs. Thankfully, it has shown less resistance to the newest class of antifungals called the echinocandins. However, in rare circumstances, this organism has developed triple resistance or pan resistance
[meaning it would be resistant to all currently approved antifungal drugs.]
The nightmare scenario for me is that this organism becomes the predominate species causing candidemia in this country, which as I’ve already told you is a leading cause of bloodstream infections in our hospitals and ICUs. That becomes a really bad scenario, and I’m concerned about that.
WebMD: Can you get a Candida auris infection at home? Or do you have to be in the hospital?
Chiller: It’s one of the things we’re looking into. It may be on people’s skin in the community. We don’t think it’s making people sick at home. Candida auris is a problem of the very sick, of the “medically experienced” patient.
WebMD: Do hospitals always know when they have a problem with this?
Chiller: Although the typical biochemical and blood culture testing that is done in most healthcare facilities does not identify Candida auris, many hospitals now have that capability, and if not, can access a lab that does. CDC can help identify if it is Candida auris or not.
WebMD: How long has it been since a new antifungal medical was developed? If it becomes pan-resistant, do we have anything to fight it?
Chiller: The newest class of antifungal drugs, the echinocandins, came out in the late 1990s. It’s been a good two decades since we’ve had a new antifungal class. The good news is there are a number of new drugs in the development pipeline, and some look promising against Candida auris.
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Caner is candida
And so we can also link the rise of yeast infections like this to the rise of other more aggressive types of cancer.
Here’s something your doctor, or Oncologist will never tell you. If you have cancer, then you have fungus/mold/candida. It feeds the cancer; it is cancer itself. Here’s all you need to know and how to deal with it.
Few things are scarier than hearing the words, “you have cancer.” And yet it’s something that an estimated one third, to half the population will hear at least once in their lifetime.
More and more professors and Doctors are making the link between cancer and something else we all suffer from and fungus. We would even go so far as to say cancer is a fungus. They are one and the same.
These findings are covered over
The Data is building. It’s just not been shouted about loudly enough and the voices of the many professionals that have been shouting this from the roof tops have remained more or less unheard, with the mainstream approach is to quell the data and destroy any doctors reputation that dares to stray away from chemo. Which kills more people than cancer itself.
So of course research papers have been ignored and down played.
For me, cancer often epitomizes the phrase, “etiology unknown.” As the root causes of cancer are never clarified. Some factors remain to be seen as contributing, such as Genetics, yet in most cases the traits tend to to be more habitual than genetic. And yet, it’s actually less of a mystery than is made out, as by and large, we can see why some people get cancer and others do not.
We can narrow down the contributing factors to one or more of the following: a compromised immune system, poor diet, poor drinking water, smoking, alcoholism, substance abuse, heavy metal toxicity, asbestos poisoning, radiation, or chemicals….
And now we can also add Candida Aura to the list.
In fact, it’s not even a new discovery and dates back to Victorian times, you need fungus in the body to create cancer. Fungi and their mycotoxins are not as well understood by mainstream medical science. It’s just not a popular topic and not enough is openly discussed about this hidden killer, thanks to the cancer act of 1939, doctors simply cannot mention cancer, without then having to discuss chemotherapy as a cure.
It is unsurprising that any doctor would roll his eyes at the idea of a link between cancer and fungus. Yet did a little and you will discover there are many published papers throughout medical literature describing the very profound role that fungus plays in the development of cancer. So excuse the pun, but fungus has been left in the dark too long.
Let’s shed some light on fungus
Fungi produces chemical by-products as part of its natural life cycle. These chemicals are often toxic, in which case they are known as “mycotoxins”. These mycotoxins are among the most toxic, naturally occurring chemicals on earth. For example, one mycotoxin known as aflatoxin is a carcinogenic mycotoxin known to cause liver cancer. Other mycotoxins are known to be genotoxic and mutagenic and it’s well published that certain mycotoxins cause cancer.
It’s in our food
What people do not realize is that these mycotoxins are known to contaminate parts of our food supply, particularly grain and corn thus must be avoided. Knowing the huge scope those foods play in the global diet and the frequency with which most people consume those foods, the chances are that most people are regularly consuming mycotoxins. Especially the standard American diet of fast and processed foods.
Furthermore, it is published that certain fungi can actually mimic types of cancer in the body!
Certain fungal species produce a sac, or ascomycete, that on close inspection looks just like cancer cells. Just last year in a European medical journal, doctors found conclusive evidence that a breast cancer tumor was actually a sac fungus.
“The likelihood,” they stated,” that the tumor was not fungal in origin, is low.”
Breast cancer is fungus
And this is also what our team found, whilst undertaking a 2 year study in autopsy and that is that ALL breast cancers, when placed under a dark field microscope, are in fact identified as fungus, not cancer, this is where our research really did begin.
So what does this say to you? Surely this should concern us all.
As a cancer patient, you may have received a lot of information about your treatment and your journey to recovery. That Chemotherapy and radiation cause many changes in the body as they destroy the cancer cells.
And of course, one of these major changes is to your immune system. Just as you need it the most. Your now weakened immune system increases your chances of getting an infection, including, of course, any fungal infections. As we have just stated, everyone (without exception) with cancer has fungus, this is more than just a coincidence.
The numbers are staggering. Some eight million people die every
year from cancer worldwide, with more than half a million in the
United States alone. The global number is predicted to rise to twelve
million by 2030.
Cancer is the biggest cause of death for people under 85 and in the US one in four people die from cancer – one in four. In the UK the government stated that one in every two people alive today will have cancer at some point. These figures are on the increase not decline.
And then when you look at the rise in Fungus levels, in pollution, with poor quality water, phosphate fertilizers in our food, as well as many other environmental issues. It’s no surprise the rate of cancer is set to increase, not decrease.
Sugar fuels fungus
Sugars and wheat products are a great source of fuel to any fungus. Imagine, one grain of sugar gives enough fuel for that fungus to grow quickly and establish itself.
Most people suffer from fungus in their toes and toe nails, an area of the body that can can be seen by the naked eye, but fungus can live in every living cell of your body including your skin cells. Symptoms of rash etc often are not shown until the fungus is out of control.
GcMAF is an essential human protein our bodies naturally make to destroy cancer. All 5 billion healthy humans make their own GcMAF. A human makes 10,000 – 100,000 cancer cells a day, but your GcMAF, which has six attacks on cancer, destroys them every day.
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