“I’m definitely intrigued by this. The biological argument is highly plausible and deserves further investigation.” – Dr. Lori Mosca
“Women infected with the human papillomavirus, or HPV, are two to three times as likely as uninfected women to have had a heart attack or stroke”, according to a report published in The Journal of the American College of Cardiology. The study was conducted by Dr. Kenichi Fujise of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
The findings of the study are not that surprising. In fact, they are consistent with Dr. Hanan Polansky’s theory on the cause of heart disease published in his highly acclaimed “Purple Book.” According to Dr. Polansky, the cause of heart disease, and other major diseases, is a latent infection with one of the most common viruses, including HPV.
Moreover, this theory also explains why the study reports that about 20 percent of patients with heart disease lack obvious risk factors. These risk factors are normally associated with heart disease, such as high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.
How do latent viruses cause heart disease?
According to Dr. Hanan Polansky’s theory, these viruses are genetic parasites. In high concentrations, they microcompete with the human genes, “starve” these genes, and force them to behave as if they’ve been mutated, that is, to behave as if they are broken.
The microcompetition theory is far-reaching. It applies to many viruses, many genes, and many diseases. Consider what Dr. Baskar says about the theory in a published review:
“First, I would like to congratulate the author for putting together such an insightful theory and impressive collection of supporting evidence, and most importantly, for being able to delineate functional links between seemingly distinct sets of observations. This is a well-organized, highly rigorous presented theory. The concept of Microcompetition (or Starved Genes) will change our approach in the study of chronic diseases and will furthermore give scientists a higher level of understanding in biology. Presentation of this concept undoubtedly provides a new set of opportunities for attacking chronic diseases.” – Sivasubramanian Baskar, PhD, Senior Scientist, National Cancer Institute, NIH
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