489 and Counting: Unintended Consequences of Nasty 17

By Simon Yu, MD

Millions of people are suffering from unexplainable, unexpected symptoms. They are often given a “medical sentencing” of life threatening conditions that defy conventional thinking. This happens in spite of their living a “clean life” including a positive attitude, exercise, eating organic foods, and enjoying a supportive family life. Here are the stories of two case studies: Colon and Breast cancer.

Susan, a red haired, 62 year old woman with colon cancer came to see me. She told me she passed 489 parasites as of October 20, 2015. I had known her for five years. She was diagnosed with invasive adenocarcinoma of colon cancer 18 months ago and refused chemotherapy. She had been on natural parasite medications even before her diagnosis. And, since her diagnosis, I had put her on many multiple rounds of parasite medications.
She had been counting parasites after her bowel movements. She took pictures and always liked to show me her latest parasites as if those parasites are her unwanted children or aliens coming out of the toilet. Her cell phone is full of snapshots of many parasites.

After a while, I got tired of looking at her parasite pictures. They all looked about the same to me: round, gray-whitish, and 3-4 inches long, with the longest one about 8 inches. She showed the pictures to her oncologist and sent samples to a pathology lab. The lab report states they are un-identified substances, but not parasites.

With a great disappointment, she keeps counting the number of parasites. Is there a connection with parasites and development of cancer? I’ve written many articles on this subject. She seemed obsessed with Doctor Hulda Clark and Dr. Clark’s theory of cancer caused by parasites. Her colon cancer seems stable with a steady course of parasite medications and Hulda Clark’s parasite formulations which she has been taking on her own.

She also had heavy metal, lead and mercury exposures, and dental problems including root canals that have been corrected. I told her to stop counting parasites and focus on being positive and overcoming the fear of parasites and cancer. How did she get all those parasites, if that number is true?

The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), November 2015 issue reported a case of H. nana, the dwarf tapeworm. It discussed a malignant transformation of the H. nana tapeworm in a human host. This patient was also positive for HIV and the proliferative cells had overt features of a malignant process of a non-human origin in the lymph nodes and lung, as shown by biopsy. This case posed a diagnostic conundrum of a parasite and cancer connection. This NEJM case study will soon be forgotten or ignored by the march for a genetic theory of cancer development. However, there is too much evidence to ignore Dr. Hulda Clark’s hypothesis.

Jessie, a 33 year old woman from Nashville, Tennessee with two young children came to see me with chief complaints of severe chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, migraine headache, Hashimotto’s thyroid problem, a diagnosis of Lyme’s, and intestinal problems. She had been on multiple rounds of antibiotics without significant improvement.

One of her main problems was a hidden dental infection at the site of tooth number seventeen, an old wisdom tooth socket area of the lower left jaw. Because I detect tooth infections at number seventeen so often, I call it, the “nasty seventeen.” Dental infections often mimic Lyme’s disease including frequent relapses once antibiotic treatment for Lyme’s is stopped.

If these old wisdom tooth socket infections are not correctly cleaned out, the infection can back fire with an exacerbation of arthritic pain or by triggering delayed heart attacks or strokes. Most dentists, physicians, and patients do not suspect or see the connection between dental problems and the rest of the body. I refer patients to oral surgeons to clean out the nasty seventeen wisdom tooth area.

This patient went to a local dentist in Nashville to clean out number seventeen tooth. This was done instead of my recommendation of an oral surgeon in St. Louis who understands my philosophy of medicine and I believe to be more aware of treating these conditions. Ten days later the patient noticed a swelling on the left side of her breast. Eventually, a breast biopsy was done which showed an aggressive, intra-ductal breast tumor. Her oncologist recommended to her to have a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. Is there a connection between the dental operation and the acute inflammation of the breast and eventual diagnosis of breast cancer? Or, is this a pure coincidence?

Is there a common basis for developing cancer? Hidden dental problems and parasite infections are too often over-looked within the traditional medical community, and even in the natural, holistic medical communities. Not addressing these causative factors may be the reasons why their therapies are not responding.

There is unintended consequence from a chain reaction that occurs when parasites are untreated. These consequences may occur quickly or over long periods of time while an individual unknowingly suffers from these conditions. Medical communities are willing to treat the symptoms with suppressive medications to get some relief, such as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). IBS will progress to IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disorder) as Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s disease and may eventually degenerate into a benign tumor and finally colon cancer. Or, a combination of parasite infection and dental infection may lead to arthritis, kidney failure, stroke, heart disease, auto-immune disease, cancer, or other mysterious illnesses, without medical professionals seeing the connections.

489 parasites and nasty 17: these are the stories of two individuals with colon or breast cancer. I attempt to tie together what seems like unrelated problems: parasites and dental infections. The unintended consequences of chain reactions start with encounters of early exposure to parasites and misadventures in the dental chair.

Dr. Simon Yu, M.D. is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Alternative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles on alternative medicine as well as patient success stories, and Dr. Yu’s revolutionary health book, Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients, visit his website at www.PreventionAndHealing.com or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion by Dr. Yu on Alternative Medicine at his office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Call to verify the date. Seating is limited, arrive early. Also, on the third Tuesday, we welcome you to attend our Free Monthly Prevention and Healing Support Group to support your healing process. See details on our website.