Join Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. at the International Holistic Cancer Symposium in New Zealand, speaking on Decriminalizing The Virus: The Story of Exosomes and Cancer.
The vitality of a multicellular community, such as a human being, is totally dependent upon coordinating the behaviors of a vast and diverse population of cells. The nervous system and secreted regulatory molecules (hormones/cytokines) are recognized as the primary communication mechanisms that integrate multicellular behavior. The influence of the nervous system is limited because nerves only directly communicate with a small portion of a body’s cells. In contrast, secreted regulatory molecules are too non-specific, simultaneously affecting masses of cells throughout the body.
Question: How can an organism adjust a bodily function that requires specific cells to either divide to increase their population, or to be eliminated in order to decrease a function? Both nerves and hormones lack specificity in delivering vital life and death messages to target cells.
Answer: Viruses, biology’s most advanced form of intercellular communication, can deliver cargos of gene and behavior regulating molecules to specific targeted cells based on the complementarity of their surface receptors. Unfortunately, the word “virus” invokes a sense of evil as being biological pariahs associated with disease and death. Our myopic focus on viral-induced pathologies has blinded us to the positive roles played by viruses.
Over the last decade, the story of exosomes has radically changed our perspective on biological communication. Exosomes, by strict definition, are information-carrying viruses created by our own cells that “infect” our own cells and subsequently regulate behavior in the specifically targeted cells. It is now recognized that the character of information relayed by exosome viruses are determined by both the environment and an individual’s perception.
In conjunction with epigenetics, exosome biology offers a fundamental revision of our understanding of health, disease and especially cancer. Join Bruce H. Lipton, PhD, for an illustrated and animated presentation that will inspire your spirit, engage your mind and challenge your creativity, as you comprehend the enormous potential for applying this information in your life and practice.
For registration: https://holisticcancersymposium.com/