Groundbreaking Study Claims Childhood Infectious Diseases Actually Save You Against Cancer

The study reveals that there are significant pieces of evidence supporting the fact that support that having childhood febrile infectious diseases can save you from serious diseases in later life.

A febrile is a disease that causes cancer like scarlet-fever, pertussis, rubella, chickenpox, measles and mumps. Studies support that getting diseases like these at a young age (9 years or below) or as young as an infant can actually prevent you from getting cancer in later.

However, with vaccination programs, the chances of developing these diseases is declining, hence it can be a reason for increasing the rate of cancer. There has been an ongoing debate that pharmaceutical giants are deliberately keeping the findings hidden to keep the medicine sale up. As the vaccines are provided at the ‘right’ time, the immune system is developed like that, it exposes them to severe diseases. This speaks volumes for high cancer diagnosis among teens, which has become a healthcare emergency in current times.

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The study titled Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched control” by HU Albonico states that strong associations exist between patients with non-breast cancers and rubella respectively chickenpox.

Exposure to febrile diseases is associated with subsequently reduced risks ovary, melanoma, and multiple cancers.

Another study titled ”Mumps and ovarian cancer: modern interpretation of an historic association” states the same.

“Prior to vaccination, mumps was generally a mild illness but could have serious sequelae including orchitis and sterility, meningitis and deafness, and pancreatitis. Nevertheless, our study suggests there could also have been unanticipated long-term anticancer benefits of a mumps infection, such as we have described in this paper.”
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