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Alan Cantwell, Jr. M.D.
Dr. Cantwell is a dermatologist and an AIDS and cancer researcher. He is the author of The Cancer Microbe and AIDS and the Doctors of Death, published by:
Aries Rising Press
P.O. Box 29532
Los Angeles, CA 90029
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» The Forgotten Clue to the Bacterial Cause of Cancer
Published 9/7/2004 | Cancer | Unrated
The Russell Body
The Forgotten Clue To The Bacterial Cause Of Cancer

© 2003, by Alan Cantwell, Jr. M.D.
11-17-3

The twentieth century was indeed the century of Modern Medicine with tremendous strides made in the understanding and control of infectious diseases, as well as the introduction of life-saving antibiotics and vaccines. Unfortunately, along with these advances came the perils of genetic engineering, the increasing threat of newly emerging viruses, bio-warfare, and bio-terrorism.

» Do Killer Microbes Cause Breast Cancer?
Published 9/8/2004 | Cancer | Unrated
Suppressed and Forgotten Research Could Hold the Key to a Cure for this Dread Disease

Despite a century of cancer research the cause of breast cancer remains unknown. Age, diet, stress, hormone factors, genetic predisposition, and cancer viruses are all suspected as possible causative factors, but totally ignored are infectious bacteria which have been implicated in breast cancer and other forms of cancer.