Viral stress in cancer: presenting a complementary therapy concept

Jana Böseler-Adler, Naturopath, Travemünde, Germany

Viruses and cancer risk
A. Can viruses trigger cancer?
Scientists believe that one in six of all cancers worldwide can be attributed to infections caused by viruses. This was revealed in an analysis by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the specialised cancer agency of the World Health Organization (WHO).
B. What are viruses?
Viruses are microscopic particles. They are primarily constructed of genetic material and a protective protein shell. Unlike practically all other living organisms, viruses have no metabolism of their own. This makes them different from other pathogens too including bacteria. Viruses depend therefore on the cells of a living organism for replication, i.e. they need a host.
Viruses can be roughly classified into two types based on the chemical properties of their genetic information: DNA viruses (short for deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA viruses (short for ribonucleic acid). We then cat...

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Herpes in different guises: successfully treating viral stresses caused by HPV, Epstein-Barr and Varicella zoster

Irene Kolbe, Naturopath, Hanover, Germany


First of all I would like to extend my thanks for the invitation to speak at this international congress, which has now become something of a tradition. Thank you for your trust in us as therapists. In bioresonance we have an important therapeutic tool with which to test and treat. Our patients are the real teachers here, because they continue to present us with new challenges. This is what drives me on to look into many of the more complex topic areas in order to gain a greater understanding of the underlying issues from a pathophysiological perspective. This is why my chosen theme today is viruses.

Viruses, a 'borrowed life' (they cannot synthesise their own proteins and have no enzymes for energy production).

DNA or RNA virusesIn terms of morphology, these are: - double or single-stranded DNA or RNA viruses (e.g. ssRNA)
- enveloped or naked (CWD: cell wall-eficient microorganisms)

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