And reversing it cures some people once and for all!
Warning… The American Dental Association doesn’t want you to know this. But your very life may depend upon you paying heed.
- A German physician states that in 40 years of treating cancer, 97% of his terminal cancer patients had this dental procedure
- NO cancer cure can kill the highly toxic microbes associated with this dental procedure
- The procedure is nearly universal — up to 60 million are performed every year.1
- Scientists have warned of its dangers for over 100 years… yet today most people remain unaware of its dangers.
- Chances are high that even your dentist knows nothing about its dangers.
If you have cancer or any other type of health issue, this is for you.
If you do not yet have health issues, this is for you too… consequences often hide for decades before emerging with a vengeance. Shouldn’t you stop the collateral damage before it stops you?
“You need a root canal” is now nearly as common as hearing you need a filling. Certainly dentists are aware that people don’t want to lose their teeth. Once a tooth is seriously diseased, a root canal is the only treatment available to “save” the tooth.
But just how safe are root canals? And what science backs up dental industry claims of its safety?
Are root canals safe? The answer is clear…
These questions have been asked — and answered — long ago, as it turns out. In the early 1900s, Weston A. Price, DDS, and Dr. Charles Mayo (founder of the Mayo Clinic) — along with a team of 60 of America’s leading physicians — conducted research on 1,000 extracted teeth in which root canals had been done. Their findings were carefully documented into two volumes totaling 1,174 pages
Dr. Price was a brilliant dentist and researched root canals for the dental association of the day. Unfortunately, his work was deliberately buried for 70 years, and continues to be derided and suppressed by medical and dental professionals alike.
Now the founder of the association of root canal specialists has joined Drs. Price and Mayo in speaking out about its risks.
Save a tooth, lose a life
We covered the whole root canal story years ago in a Special Report called The Secret Poison in Your Mouth. But here are the highlights. . .
Observing patients in his dental practice, Dr. Price became suspicious that root-canalled teeth always remained infected despite treatment.
He once recommended to a woman who’d been wheelchair-bound for six years that she let him extract her root canal tooth — even though it seemed to be normal. She agreed. So he extracted her tooth and, as an experiment, implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. The rabbit developed the same crippling arthritis the woman had, and died ten days later from the infection.
Meanwhile, the woman immediately recovered from her arthritis and could now walk without a cane.
Dr. Price was similarly able to transfer other human diseases to rabbits by implanting fragments of root-canalled teeth.
He discovered that root canal fragments taken from someone who’d suffered a heart attack would cause a heart attack in the rabbit within a few weeks — 100% of the time.
Other diseases were transferred to the lab animals more than 80% of the time. Nearly every chronic degenerative disease has been linked to root canals:
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Arthritis, joint, and rheumatic diseases
- Neurological diseases (including ALS and MS)
- Autoimmune diseases (Lupus and more)
The cancer connection has been studied by Dr. Robert Jones. He found an extremely high correlation between root canals and breast cancer.2 His five-year study of 300 breast cancer cases showed:
- 93% of women with breast cancer had root canals
- 7% had other oral pathology
- Usually these tumors occurred on the same side of the body as the root canal or other oral pathology.
Dr. Jones found that toxins from the bacteria in an infected tooth or jawbone can inhibit the specific proteins that suppress tumor development.3 His findings were confirmed by a University of Michigan study about protein suppression.4
The German physician Dr. Josef Issels, mentioned in the intro, found that 97% of his terminal cancer patients had root canals.
Incidentally, NO cancer cure can kill the microbes inside a root canal. That may explain the reason some people effectively treat cancer with alternative treatments, then later regress and die anyway.
It’s also a reason many alternative doctors won’t even start a treatment regimen till all root canals are removed. Read on to understand why…
How root canals breed deadly super-microbes
Your teeth are the hardest substance in your body. So how can they possibly cause disease?
First, the back story…
A pulp chamber, a soft living structure housing blood vessels and nerves, resides in the center of each tooth. Surrounding the pulp chamber is the dentin — made of living cells that secrete a hard mineral substance. Finally, the white enamel is the outermost and hardest layer of your tooth.
The roots of each tooth descend into your jawbone, held tightly in place by your periodontal ligament. Dentists are taught that each tooth has one to four major canals.
But here’s the catch…
Each tooth has a maze of very tiny tubules, accessory canals, which would extend for three miles if stretched out. Weston Price identified at least 75 separate accessory canals in just one single front tooth.
When your dentist does a root canal, he hollows out your tooth, then fills the chamber with a waxy cone called gutta percha, which cuts off the blood supply from your tooth so fluid can’t circulate within your tooth.
But your maze of tubules stays put.
Meanwhile microbes — removed from their normal food supply — hide, move in and around these tubules like gophers in underground tunnels, where they remain safely out of the reach of antibiotics or your own immune defenses.
In essence, these deadly organisms find a new home — one in which they grow and rapidly reproduce.
Some dentists argue that these bacteria die off because the filling blocks their nutrient source.
Unfortunately, it’s proven that these bacteria are able to mutate and change their form. Price found that the challenge of their changed environment makes them more virile and toxic, similar to antibiotic-resistant super-pathogens.
After they breed and fester inside your root canal without immune system interception, they spread out into their host any time they want. When they live in a colony, these microbes are actually quite smart.
A true toxin factory
There is no scientific question about it…
Multiple toxic anaerobic bacteria have been found and identified in and around root canals, using state of the art DNA testing. Many of these bacteria are profoundly dangerous.
The non-profit Toxic Element Research Foundation (TERF) found anywhere from 11 to 40 different microbes on any single tooth. Bacteria such as Staph aureus, E. coli, Streptococcus intermedius, Candida albicans, and dozens more…
Everyone with a root canal owns the ‘perfect’ incubator for pathogens that can then cause a variety of diseases, exploiting any weakness in their host–you.
This is known as the focal theory, which conventional dentists routinely deny.
Is is possible to stay healthy with a root canal?
You may also be wondering why some people — maybe you — stay healthy long after a root canal.
It’s reported that about 25 to 30 percent of people seem to do fine with root canals. Dr. Price studied this enigma too.
He found that those without degenerative diseases usually had strong immune systems, capable of protecting them. But when these same people suffered a severe accident, bad illness, or other severe stress problem, their immune systems could become compromised, making them suddenly ill.5
The “dead tooth” theory
Do you believe the “dead tooth” theory your dentist promotes? Maybe you shouldn’t…
Dentists contend they can “sterilize” the dead tooth. But here are three problems with that assertion:
- Dr. Price found that not one of more than 100 disinfectants studied was capable of penetrating tubules. The same holds for antibiotics today. Price found it IMPOSSIBLE to sterilize a root-filled tooth, no matter how hard you try or how potent the antibiotic or antiseptic.
- No matter what they embalm the pulp chamber with, the tooth is still dead. And your body does not accept dead structures as safe. Instead, it launches an autoimmune response against the dead tooth… compounded by the presence of pathological bacteria and their toxins. Incidentally, if your dentist calls a root canal a “non-vital” tooth instead of a dead tooth, remind him that non-vital means dead!
- The American Dental Association insists it’s proven Drs. Price and Mayo wrong — although there is absolutely no research to support their position. What’s more, it strikes me as odd that they continue to deride more than 60 of the world’s most brilliant doctors… while threatening dentists who expose root canal dangers with loss of their license.
It’s also interesting to note that patients who have heart surgery or hip replacements are told by their doctors to take an antibiotic before and after any dental treatments. For the rest of their life.
Now, if your teeth are so sterile and the focal theory is total nonsense as claimed by endodontists, why on earth would this precaution be necessary?
Article from www.CancerDefeated.com
Lee Euler Publisher
1Meinig, George E., The Root Canal Coverup, 1998
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