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A 2018 study suggests that regular immunizations and excess cleaning may cause babies to become more susceptible to diseases such as childhood leukemia.
The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) has been working for nearly 30 years to collect evidence to prove that the suppression of the immune system and lack of exposure to bacteria could be the cause of children developing more severe illnesses throughout their life. ICR has specifically been focusing on acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), which has the potential to harm one in 2,000 children.
What Is the Cause?
The study concluded that 1 in 20 children are affected with ALL. Professionals are saying this type of cancer most likely forms when a child is born with a mutation. The mutation in combination with the lack of exposure to bacteria will cause a weak immune system as the child develops, potentially causing the leukemia cells to form.
What Are the Professionals Saying?
Professor Mel Greaves, who helped lead the ICR during this study stated, “ALL is increasing globally at the rate of about one percent a year. The problem is not infection. The problem is lack of infection.”
Other healthcare organizations around the world also acknowledge the importance of this study. Cancer Research UK stated, “This research sheds light on how a form of childhood blood cancer might develop, implicating a complex combination of genetics and early exposure to germs, dirt, and illness.”
What Can You Do?
You may be concerned, and wonder how you could prevent such disease from developing in your child. You’ll be relieved to know that 90% of children diagnosed with ALL have been cured. This process, however, is long, and taxing on the child; not to mention toxic!
Professor Greaves (ICR) states that there are the three primary ways to make sure your child does not become susceptible to these childhood cancers. They are:
- See a healthcare professional to see if your child was born with a genetic mutation that could influence their immune system.
- Be aware of your child’s immune system and its development.
- Do not over clean your home, so that the child can expose themselves to benign bacteria and viruses during the first year of their life.
The report mentions the importance of keeping your child socially active because this allows them to exposure to the “right” bacteria they may not find at home. Daycares, older relatives, day-to-day errands can also help expose your child to the other forms of bacteria in a productive way.
These are just some ways to build your child’s immune system. Discover additional ways to build a healthy immune response in your child today.
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Well good information.One of my colleague is recently diagnosed with CML and is undergoing through traditional chemotherapy.What should be done??Really need your kind advice.
Thanking in anticipation
Thank you for continuing to spread the truth, Ty and Charlene!
I have been saying it or years. As a child we played in dirt, mud, and everything else fun and dirty. I work in a hospital and have never seen so many sick kids. Today they almost sterilize everything children play with. They wash their hands the Minuit they get dirty with wipes. They have no immune system left. A little dirt never hurt anyone. They wash them steady but yet when they come to the hospital they let them crawl all over the floors which is probably the worst place between blood and Lord knows what else could be there. They do wash the floors but do they always get it all or the minuit it happens. They don’t need to roll in dirt but going the other way is no better. We need a middle. Soap and water is still a great cleaner.
Sreekumar Appukuttannair says
Great effort and work Ty & Charlene for a real humanitarian effort.
Shantell Washington says
I love & appreciate the information you provide. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge & wisdom about TTAC!
Ricardo Gragasin says
Thankyou for your great information and advise regarding this matters.
Marilyn Vandekieft says
This reminds me of something a doctor said to my mother and me way back in the 1940s when doctors came to the home. I was probably around 9 years old and the reason for his visit was probably chicken pox. Those were the days of one bath a week, and not a whole lot of attention was given to pristine cleanliness, but there were the beginnings of that. The doctor said he had noticed something occurring as he was treating his patients…that there was more illness in the homes that were becoming more conscious of cleanliness (bathing often, washing hands more often, etc.) than in those which were carrying on as usual for those times. I never forgot that. Dirt has some benefits and a professional was aware of that!
Dorothy Vaughan says
Your article was very informative. I grew up playing in the dirt and gardening so that I was e xposed to certain germs and I had a healthy childhood. We used water and soap to clean up ;there were no ready to hand wipes as we have now. Today I see young parents pamper their young ones who become ill with all the childhood sicknesses. Your work is much appreciated. Thank you for spreading the knowledge.
Thank you for all the information I’ve received
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