Progenitor cryptocidesFringe medicine
A fictitious microbe which, according to Dr Virginia Wuerthe-Caspe Livingston (1906–1990), resides in all humans and, in a background of a compromised immune system and facilitated by consumption of non-living foods, can trigger cancer. The existence of Progenitor cryptocides was never scientifically confirmed.
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