Tuesday, 9 July 2013

O Negs & Cancer Immunity


Ever wondered why O negs rarely get cancer? It is because cancer rarely occurs naturally, however the virus that causes cancer was created in rhesus monkeys and was used as a vaccination against Polio. People are dropping dead from cancer because they had the Polio vaccination. However, the virus can not bind to the blood of O negs because it is a simian virus. The virus is called SV40. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SV40

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  1. badger
    I am o neg blood group also my mother is, we both have suffered dvt blood clots in the past,we both have had very healthy lives other than this problem.I spoke to a friend this morning who is A neg and she also very heathy other than suffering three mini strokes in the past week,blood clot, i am wondering if the neg factor can cause this?

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  2. Rh- here as well. Had my first (and thankfully only) heart attack at age 21. Might be on to something.

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    1. I also had a major heart attack I was 34 years of age I am AB- negative. But I barely get sick but yet I have coronary artery disease in a possible mini stroke I have 4 stent in the back of my heart. 21 is really young for a heart attack I worry about my son I don't know what his blood type is yet butt he had open heart surgery when he was a baby 6 months old never ask blood type. But I'm going to find out. He's 25 now and I feel he's going to have one by the time he's in his thirties. It scares me take care of yourself I had mine at 34 and I'm 55 now my stats are over 15 years old they say that's about how long they last I'm pushing 20 years on them 21 to be exact. Stay away from McDonald's and all the greasy Foods it's hard to do. But People Like Us can't take that chance.

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  3. I want to know more about my blood type rh negative as my mother also grandmother

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  4. I am a- and have had the rhogam shot when I was pregnant with my son my mom was also a- at one point but after the shot, she is now o-. I havent had my blood typed since about 7 years ago. So assuming im still a- am I more or less prone to cancers? Im curious because I have been a smoker, which I know has no vendettas against certain blood types, but im curious if our blood types fight it off more or not. I recently got a bump on my uvula and my whole throat feels like I swallowed razor blades. Dr says I dont have strep. Kind of worried.

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    1. No one changes blood type, that isn't possible, obviously the person who tested it the first time round made a mistake. Better to test it yourself to be sure.

      Apparently O blood type have less cancer than A or B types. But even if you have a high risk blood type, don't be assuming every lump you get is cancer, just get it checked out.

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    2. Interestingly, I did find an article in the Telegraph that reveals that scientists have found a way to change a blood type. By using a special bacterial enzyme, they can turn donated type A, B, or AB blood into type O blood in the bag, which happens to be universal donor blood that can be donated to anyone.

      This opens up the possibility that germs, viruses, or toxins may have the potential to change one’s blood type within our own bodies.

      An article reported on a 4-month-old girl with congenital rubella who had type A blood that eventually switched to type O after weeks of testing. The scientists suspect an enzyme just “ate” the type A antigens, which made this little girl’s blood type appear to be type O. Science and the body never cease to amaze. It’s quite interesting!

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    3. I wouldn't believe everything you read in newspapers. O isn't the universal donor, O Rh D negative is and good luck trying to delete the D protein from you blood.

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    4. Rh Negative is no monkey blood o neg is the only universal blood donor not d neg that is bullshit ,get it right .churchisms

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    5. Why not try looking up the facts before mouthing off? Rh D negative is the same as Rh negative, it is the D protein Rh negative blood is negative for.

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    6. O negative is the only universal blood type. It makes me chuckle to watch people spat off with out researching..

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  5. If someone is O- does that mean they are RH-

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    1. If you are in O group. It is either you are an O (+) or O (-). If you are an O (-) then you are RH(-)

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    2. I am O positive and RH negative. So these other commenters are wrong.

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  6. Ref: Polio Vaccine 1955-1982 and the Simian virus 40
    If the Polio Vaccine that was suppose to infect the population with Simian virus 40 is accurate, shouldn't we be beginning to see a noticeable decline in cancers as (sorry to be blunt) people are beginning to age and die off? People born in 1955 = 59 and people born at the other end of the spectrum would be 32 this year.
    I did find a report that does show an interesting intersection on the graph: Age-adjusted Cancer Death Rates,* Males by Site, US, 1930-2007
    but no such correlation for Females of the same date ranges.
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    What about the record number of children and young adults being diagnosed today?
    Do you believe that the Polio Vaccine 1955-1982 and the Simian virus 40 altered DNA so that it is passed down generationally?
    Do you have any evidence to prove this, such as a DNA study on people born before 1955 and those during those years and those born to parents of those years?
    just wondering.
    I think it would make an excellent study for someone who had access and funds to do such testing.

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    1. I would love to see this research too, but it is controversial subject and the sort of thing big pharma tries their best to cover up, hence the death of the Scientist's involved. I am not sure if it could alter the DNA. The reason so many are getting cancer now is probably more to do with not getting the right nutrients in the food, thanks to Codex Alimentarius, pesticides, radiating foods and soil being over used depleting it off the necessary minerals.

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    2. MERCK - CANCER - SV40 and AIDS in VACCINES - ADMISSION BY Dr Maurice Hilleman http://youtu.be/-uGWut6IRfA

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    3. The virus is passed onto children blood and semen and that is why so many toddlers are dying from cancer .

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    4. Churchism you are not reading the right info ,Rhesus is monkey sv40 cancer causing monkey virus purposely injected into millions of people and that is the only reason people are dying from cancer nothing else just that .

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    5. I am A- and I have an Oligodendroglioma grade 2 brain tumor. My mom was O- and she had a giloblastoma multiforme grade 4 brain tumour her great grand mother again rh- had breast cancer :(

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  7. Only O - Rh D Negative is the Universal Blood Donor. O Positive is Not. Rh Negs can not take Rh positive blood.

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  8. O negative is the only universal blood full stop .

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  9. I am O Negative. I had my first cancer at age 26 (cervical) and my second RRC (kidney) at age 54. No other kidney cancer in the family - though plenty of cervical cancers. Anomoly?

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    1. those o neg from my family do not get any cancers, interesting.. I'm also o neg

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    2. O neg rarely gets serious cancers, it's a fact

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    3. Cervical cancer comes from virginal warts. Which is a std.

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    4. I am o-. I have had cancer 3 times, three different types including Stage IV Renal Cell Carcinoma. Upon that diagnosis I also had 4 other areas with lesions. My left kidney removed, no chemo or radiation (at my demand) DR's gave me 3 to 5 yrs life expectancy. Two years later I developed Thyroid cancer so my Thyroid was completely removed. Nov of 16, is the end of my 5th year! I do have some bone disease, but am 63 and feeling pretty good! Never give up, never surrender...even if you are an O neg and think yourself immune.

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    5. O negatives do still get cancer, however they don't get cancer from SV40, the virus has nothing to attach to.

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    6. Do A negatives get cancer from SV40 in the polio vaccine or are they also immune to it like O negatives?

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    7. Are A negatives immune to the SV40 virus also like O negatives?

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  10. SV40 just loves the kidneys, makes its home either there or in the brain of infected monkeys. Your cervical cancer was likely it trying to get to your brain. A friend of mine, kid who was standing beside me in line to get the Salk vaccine, hit the lottery, then died of kidney disease, which was likely SV40 related. Louise, you need to look at other ages, remembering in 1955 that it wasn't only the wee kids that got the vaccine. My father, for example, was 17 in 1955. He's still going, but the virus has been hard on him. Also look at kidney disease rates, not just cancer. You folks think your blood is rare, his is AB-. Something I noted, is that both he and I were at one time Rh+. Something has taken away the Rh factor. It takes time, but something is able to do it, as Dawn Smith has postulated. Nagalase, an enzyme that would be naturally present in vaccines, and made by a lot of different microbes, can destroy the surface antigens of type A and B blood! It's also naturally produced by humans, in minute quantities. It's the same enzyme they are using to experimentally change A & B blood to O, though they have modified it some to make it more efficient! I was Rh+ when I fathered my first child, they made my wife take the Rhogram shot. I was 18 then. A few years later when I joined the AF I was Rh -. Now, I don't know, but will take a look at my papers from my last hospitalization. Surely they checked.

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  11. I can suggest to study carefully (not just read a page on internet) the "new german medicine" or "five biologic laws", by doctor Hamer.
    He is nothing short of a Nikola Tesla of the medicine.

    that information will change your life.

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  12. Interesting, but, we're talking about a thing from outside that has the ability to get inside the brain and make structures that are a lot worse than a Hamer Focus (HH). I have a copy of my last MRI, I'll check for HH. I can admit to significant events that proceeded some of the symptoms I have had, not always, and in some cases the events may have been simply coincidentally close enough in time frame to blame. Dealing with an supposedly injured psyche reminds me all too much of theories expounded by L. Ron Hubbard of Scientology fame. A person could die from the effects of the microbes while going through psycho-babble treatment that will have little to no effect! Some of Dr. Hamer's theories might be correct, but with SV40, there is a physical cause, one that the govt and big pharma won't fess up to, simply because there are so many millions of us that they have contaminated. Nikola Tesla would make Dr Hamer look like a mental midget! (Can you tell I'm a fan!) Back to the subject at hand, people with type O blood are less effected neurologically by infection than those with type A or B blood I recently read. They have some barrier, or immune response that is harder for the infecting organism to get past, this barrier or immunological factor is likely what makes them less prone to cancer, it isn't that their blood type or the lack of Rh factor has bestowed some superior properties to them.

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  13. I have O- negative blood and have diagmNosed stage 4 lung cancer with lessons in my brain. I've never had any symptons have done radiation and am now on chemo, I still have no symptoms. (Knock on wood) Someone said to me it's because of my blood type. I've tried researching this and can't find any information. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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  14. My mother was O- (and so am I) and she died of cancer (lymphoma). She was never a healthy person. She had Tuberculosis when she was 17 and always suffered from pneumonias since then. I guess she was extremely strong having lasted until the age of 68 but she still had cancer and died from it.

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  15. wow madsenshooter you are hella stupid to think that a medicine can change your blood type from positive to negative. No pill or vaccine is able to changed major genetic factors of your DNA, like blood type. You are still a positive blood type and always will be.

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  16. Uh viruses, they sorta specialize in altering DNA, dummie, Not just me, my father too. Don't believe it, try your own SV40, that is if you are Rh+. The virus is from monkeys that the Rh factor is named after, because that's where the factor was first found. Alters the oxygen carrying capacity.

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  17. SV40 is a DNA virus, they are called that because they alter DNA. I think someone needs to go back to biology class for a few more years, when you get your master's maybe then you call someone stupid. Anything constructive to add to the conversation genius?

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  18. I had cancer once...they gave me two years to live. They said it had affixed itself to my rib cage and traveled through my lymph nodes and throughout my body, and there was nothing they could do. well, I got busy, and didn't let it bother me, and kinda forgot about it, just figured it would let me know when my time was getting close. Well, two years went by...and I felt fine and was still here. So one day I went back to the doctors for a checkup, and they were surprised to see me. After the test results came back they were astonished to find that there was no trace of any cancer, at all, anywhere in my body, not around my rib cage, lymph nodes....nada! They said that that seemed impossible, but I was living proof. For this I think I have to thank my RH- blood for doing such a wonderful job, of ridding my body of that foreign garbage. Ahhhh....we can get sick...but it seems that we get well faster, and heal faster than RH+ folks. I am glad that I am RH-, now to see what the future unfolds.....

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    1. Could it have been endometriosis on your lung. I am O-Rh negative and have endometriosis attached to my lung and colon initially thought to be metastasized ovarian malignancy. www.glyniswallace.com

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  19. I am Rh- and have a rare cancer in an even rarer place. Adenoid cystic carcinoma lacrimal gland. It is found the salivary glands throughout the body predominantly the head and neck and travels agressivly through the nerves

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  20. I have RH- blood type and I have basal cell carcinoma skin cancer but mine is spreading.

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  21. My entire family is 0- ..how rare is this? (4 of us) we come from South Africa..but stem from european decent...none of us has any serious ailment...we all have a very high pain threshhold and heal very quickly...my father, grandfather and brother are extremely intelligent and can fix anything even not havimg been trained to do so..my grandfather also played music by ear! i think we are all a bit odd..and my dad has had an odd obsession with tracing the blood line of christ and studying many religions..to understand our human purpose...

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  22. My whole family...4 of us are 0- none of us have ever suffered of cancer and are all generally very healthy. the males in our family are very intelligent...they are able to fix any electrical item or engine even if they havnt been trained to do so..it just makes sense to them..my grandfather played music by ear and my brother is also an amazing artist..we have all also done well in sporting fields..We come from South Africa but have close european links...my Dad has also always had a fixation on studying different religions and tracing the blood line of christ and learning hebrew..do any other o- have the same family traits? we all have light eyes ..mine and my brothers are a blue grey green and my parents both have green hazel eyes..my grandfathers on both sides had grey eyes..i am so intrigued by this subject..

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  23. I have O - blood type. Hemochromatosis runs in my family. I had the DNA test for it, it showed a double gene for it and at first assumed I had it. I had a biopsy of my liver which the doctor thought would show affects of it but other than a fatty liver, nothing abnormal. When I saw a specialist for the disease he stated that some people just do not develop the affects, which should affect the ferritin level and mine was normal. After reading the affects that negative RH can be good with cancer, I am thinking that may have helped me to not develop the affects from the hemochromatosis. Now I just check the ferritin level yearly. As far as the vaccines, I was born in 56' so have got them all my life and have not had cancer but every kind of cancer there is runs in my family. My son is also negative so I never had to get the Rhogan shot. Nobody else, mom, dad or brother is negative in my family.

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  24. There are always exceptions, however,are there certain types of diseases that are more prevalent in those with certain blood types?

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