Cancer Tumors Caused by Mold?

Cancer Tumors Caused by Mold?
Science has proven that asbestos causes cancer…there is no doubt.
Last year, we explored the link between mold and cancer and found some evidence linking mycotoxins produced by mold with cancers of the liver, breast, and lungs. There is even some evidence that “black mold”, stachybotrys, may cause cancer as well.
However, is there evidence that the actual cancer tumor is caused by mold?
An Italian Oncologist, Dr. T Simoncini believes that most cancers are caused by mold, specifically, the fungus, Candida Albicans.
In his book, “Cancer is a Fungus”, Dr. Simoncini concludes:
“A fungus infection always forms the basis of every abnormal growth of tissue, i.e. tumor, and this formation tries to spread within the whole organism, unimpeded. The growth of fungus colonies, together with the reaction of the tissue that tries to defend itself against the invasion, causes the tumor….This is a simple and solely extracellular phenomenon. Therefore, there must be only one cause of cancer: fungal infection – specifically Candida Albicans, which, according to the anatomical branch concerned causes different tissue-related reactions. This is the reason why there are so many different types of tumors.”
The video below provides more detail on Dr. Simoncini’s hypothesis:

To learn more about Dr. Simoncini and his controversial treatment with Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), click here.