BACO, Cancer, and the MP Virus


Jul 01

Many of you know, or should know, that Dr Sam Chachoua and I were pretty good friends. We spent many hours on the phone, most of the time me listening and him lecturing. After an assassination attempt, his health declined and for a while there I thought I was going to lose him, But then the worst happened. Sam was beaten so badly that he was in a coma and when he came out, he was deaf and blind.

He survived and his sight and hearing have returned, but the damage is so bad he doesn’t remember me. We were not only friends, I was his biographer. His therapies are gone forever.

Long after I’d started a dialogue with Dr Sam Chachoua, he appeared on HBO and suddenly he’d had a thousand people lined up for treatment. And that was the beginning of the end.

And now it is time to pass something onto you that he passed onto me.

In 1980, Dr Sam described the HIV virus, because it was similar to an earlier virus discovered in 1965 by two scientists, Molmos and Pathalus. They named their virus the MP virus. [Molomut, N., and M. Padnos. 1965. Inhibition of transplantable and spontaneous tumors by the M-P virus. Nature 208:948-950. PubMed]

It wasn’t until 1983 that Luc Montagnier’s team at the Pasteur Institute in Paris described the HIV virus and the world popped champagne and celebrated. Sam was a once in a lifetime genius and he had the only working Rife microscope because he had repaired it. 

Sam knew that HIV was a retrovirus, because it was related to the MP virus, a retrovirus. According to our government’s website on genetics, Genetics Home Reference, a retrovirus is “A type of virus that has RNA instead of DNA as its genetic material. It uses an enzyme called reverse transcriptase to become part of the host cells’ DNA. This allows many copies of the virus to be made in the host cells.”

From Wikipedia we get the following:

In 1983, two separate research groups led by Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier independently declared that a novel retrovirus may have been infecting AIDS patients, and published their findings in the same issue of the journal Science.[113]HYPERLINK “” \l “cite_note-Montagnier-114”[114] Gallo claimed that a virus his group had isolated from an AIDS patient was strikingly similar in shape to other human T-lymphotropic viruses (HTLVs) his group had been the first to isolate. Gallo’s group called their newly isolated virus HTLV-III. At the same time, Montagnier’s group isolated a virus from a patient presenting with swelling of the lymph nodes of the neck and physical weakness, two classic symptoms of AIDS. Contradicting the report from Gallo’s group, Montagnier and his colleagues showed that core proteins of this virus were immunologically different from those of HTLV-I. Montagnier’s group named their isolated virus lymphadenopathy-associated virus (LAV).[104]As these two viruses turned out to be the same, in 1986, LAV and HTLV-III were renamed HIV.[115]

Sam’s ego isn’t one that needs a lot of praise, but if you look over his paperwork, he was over two years ahead of the “official” discoverers of the HIV virus.

Now Sam doesn’t see himself as a genius, “I just see things differently from most,” he’s told me.

Sam agrees that one of the problems with medicine is they have an agenda, a modus operandi, and a history of “this is how we do things around here.” And if you don’t step out of that, you’re not going to see things that are right in front of your face.

For instance, we all know that people with HIV have an unusually high incidence of cancer, which informs us that cancer must somehow be connected to the immune system; or as some have surmised, cancer is the result of an immune system failure. In fact, anyone living with a significant HIV count will, if s/he lives long enough, come down with leukemia or lymphoma. We should all remember Kaposi’s Sarcoma; it was in all the early movies on HIV/AIDS.

What the medical industry doesn’t seem to see is that people with HIV also have a better survival rate from cancer using the standard treatments; better than people without HIV.

Sam saw this. It’s right there: in front of their faces.

So, let’s go back to the MP virus. There were lots of papers written on it, most of them not in internet archives. I’d have to purchase them from medical libraries, but studies are a pain to read and quite boring; besides I already have a grasp on the MP virus because Sam told me all about it.

You see, something medicine seems to have forgotten is that every cancer cell comes with an MP virus that attacks the immune system of the patient, if that immune system tries to attack the cancer.

Just like the HIV virus, the MP virus attacks the immune system.

And this is where I have been wallowing under a huge delusion since I wrote my second Wellness Directory of Minnesota, the Cancer/Immune System Edition.

I’ve been telling people that cancer is the result of an immune system collapse (close, very close, but there’s more!) and that we need to boost the immune system to attack that cancer.

The only thing is, the MP virus is “protecting” that cancer and it will destroy every weapon the immune system sends to kill the cancer.

And there is such a thing as a Hayflick Limit. You see, a cell can only replicate/divide a certain number of times (Hayflick Limit) and after that it breaks down and dies.

So, according to my (and others’) advice about boosting your immune system, all you’re really going to do is weaken and deplete the immune system, allowing cancer to flourish after the MP virus has moved on.

Today medicine has forgotten all about that MP virus, whereas Dr Sam wants to scream out: Evolution has not gotten rid of the MP virus, therefore it must be there for a purpose!

Which then leads us to another conclusion that cancer too must have an evolutionary purpose (which Sam points out in his lectures).

For example, if you graph cases of tuberculosis and how they began falling in the thirties and forties, and then compare that graph to the increase in the incidence of lung cancer, you find they are, for the most part, the same graph (same slope). One went down as the other came up.

Cancer protects the body from an even worse infection such as tetanus, tuberculosis, syphilis, etc — some agent that is worse than cancer, at that immediate time. Remove the agent and the cancer stops secreting the MP virus and cancer cells begin to commit suicide.

We would be journalistically remiss to not tell you about the outrageous behavior of our scientific community concerning the MP virus.

Molmos and Pathalus tested this virus by giving it to animals and watching the results. All of them developed catastrophic immune system failure and died. As I listened to Sam tell me these stories, I could hear his voice change subtly as he told me about the next experiments conducted by our government; our military.

Sam said, “They shouldn’t have been trying to stimulate the MP virus, yet they had no reservation in exposing soldiers, their wives, their families to an unknown contagion.” It was an army research hospital, he told me, so you can expect to find a lot of black test subjects. There were some whites too, but the military preferred to experiment on black people in the late sixties.

They learned that if they injected people with leukemia or lymphoma, because leukemia and lymphoma had their own viruses, they created a mutation. That’s about all they learned from their testing. Eventually, everyone in the experiment died of catastrophic immune system failure.

“By the way,” Sam said after a pause, “we’ve collected blood samples; the oldest HIV positive blood samples we have today came from continents apart. One came from the Congo, the other from the US Army; a Vietnam vet.”

He paused while I took that in. It’s a subject that could fill a book after a bit of research.

“So,” Sam eventually blurted out, “You’ve got people with HIV surviving cancer using conventional methods at a greater rate then the general population.”

Another pause.

“The question is ‘why?’”

I said, “Anti-virals?”

“Exactly, Daveyboy!”

This is what the entrenched medical community couldn’t see right in front of their faces.

Cancer secretes an immunosuppressive virus; first attack the virus; the cancer becomes vulnerable and then we can attack it.

Sam also pointed out that when the cancer has done its job; protecting the body from some kind of infection; there’s a window of opportunity in which the cancer stops secreting the MP virus in which immuno-therapies are most effective.

And now you know why Sam’s next book, if he writes it, will be called, The Wrong Way Home.

[Editor’s Note: The book will never be written.]

And This is Where BACO Comes In

I’ve got testimonials galore from people who’ve used BACO in their battles with cancer. We have to be careful publishing testimonials. The FDA is always watching.

But for now, I’m gonna say screw the FDA, because I cured my Basal Cell Carcinoma with BACO.

I used a cotton pad. I cut it and folded it and saturated it with BACO, then using a large Band-Aid, I fastened it right over the area. Every five hours or so, using an eye-dropper, I’d re-saturate the cotton. I removed it every two days, and when I saw the cancer loosen up and start to peel off, I just moistened it with BACO regularly. You should know this about skin cancers: never pull them off! Always allow them to fall off. My only mistake was not to keep treating the area after the main chunk fell off. I went back to see my skin specialist who took a good, long look at the spot and she said, “David? You’re one of my more interesting patients.” Upon further examination with her magnifying instrument, she told me there were still some questionable cells around the perimeter. She was just about to tell me my options when I said, “Freeze it.” And we did.

So that is an example of killing a cancer it can touch. This is one thing learned quite early in testing BACO, and that is it seems to kill cancers it can touch. Claes Nobel, the grand nephew to Alfred Nobel, cured his fourth stage esophageal cancer in just three days. We’ve received more reports from people with vaginal, cervical, anal, rectal, stomach, esophageal, and lung cancers. A friend of mine has been learning to live with her cancer rather than attack it, and is still alive after 30 years, while everyone in her breast cancer support group who did conventional therapies has died. The tumor started to invade her lungs and she nebulized BACO. The growth of the tumor has stopped.

BACO is anti-viral. Taking BACO with any conventional cancer treatment is really a good idea. The book we wrote covers only one human clinical breast cancer study, but anecdotal reports have been sent to us, and again, the FDA is watching so we’ll just have to keep them to ourselves. We wouldn’t want to put out something that “would be detrimental  to markets,” as Dr Julie Gerberding, the Director of the CDC once said when explaining why she refused to release the study conducted on BACO.

BACO will kill the MP virus and allow treatments to work.

And…that’s that.