How does the Biofilm/Bacteria from All breast implants cause ALCL lymphoma cancer?

How does the Biofilm/Bacteria from All breast implants cause ALCL lymphoma cancer?

Biofilm is created in capsules when bacteria or fungi get in, often hike in right with the implants and begin growing slowly. 

They make a toxic buildup which can be very thick and sick, as we see in the pics of some of our explanted capsules. The often discolored tissue and gunk inside is biofilm. This biofilm consists of colonies of bacteria, viruses and fungi, many of which have the ability to form colonies. That means they set out on their own and land in other parts o the body and create these inflammations and pain patterns. Propionibacterium acnes which is the most common bacteria found in breast implant capsules also eats rotator cuffs, shoulder joints and orthopedic implants and is the most common cause of failed orthopedic surgeries. This bacteria freely migrates around the body. A good diligent surgeon will remove all capsular tissue. But there may be colonies in those inflamed joints or in some organs, lungs, etc. Aspergillus fumigatus is the most commonly mentioned toxic mold in implant capsules in the science literature. That fungus also sets up shop in lungs and causes everything from asthma, pulmonary embolisms, strange pulmonary bleeds, empyemas and its intensely toxic biofilm can facilitate mutation toward lung cancers once the fungus starts growing in lungs.

SO we get the implants out but what about the biofilm? It helps to identify what types of pathogens we have. The capsule should be cultured for pathogens. If it is too late to do that, read about the symptoms and test for EBV, Lyme, serious molds like Aspergillus, stachybotrys, Candida, etc. Read about Mycobacteria as a couple of them are also common in implants, particular the brands which came from Silimed Brazil plant.

If you suspect or know that you have a chronic co-infection such as EBV or Lyme or the big toxic molds, this is worth reading. How to dissolve biofilms with natural means. Remember, even if the capsules are out, if you are still sick, this biofilm with molds, bacteria and viruses is likely elsewhere in your body, often in the parts which are obviously chronically inflamed and painful. You can begin to change your diet and lifestyle to kill biofilm with various natural enzymes and many other methods.

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Inhibit Biofilms

This article is was written by Joe Cohen, called 54 Natural Ways to Inhibit Biofilms

I have been researching this awful Mrsa bacteria, Propionibacterium since my pathology back in April 2018 which crossed over to my blood stream. I haven’t found much information on how to properly treat it or any help?

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The links and video I recently found, are the only things that help me understand what was killing me in my body 11 months ago! The only problem is HOW do I find out if this bacteria is still in my organs as I have slight burning sensations some days and it makes me have anxiety…it scares me! This biofilm is what can create cancer…and the biofilm went into my organs when my car accident/seat belt broke my capsule from the implant. …this is absolutely so wrong and being a cancer survivor it makes me very concerned and angry of what can happen? I have to be careful with any added stress. My ultrasound on my ovaries is in a few days, as I’ve had 4 periods in 2 months? My Ca-125 tumor marker was flagged last month. How do you see the bacteria? This is why they call breast implant illness a silent illness in most cases! I will still go to my apt to rule out anything going on. I just want this nightmare to be over and be in the clear! It feels like everyday, I fight to live….

If anyone reading my post, has experienced this or knows how to treat this bacteria that is possibly still lingering in me, I would be ever so grateful!. My grand daughter keeps me strong <3


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Chronic biofilm infection

In breast implants is associated with an increased T-cell lymphocytic infiltrate: implications for breast implant-associated lymphoma.


This video below explains what are bacterial biofilms by Timothy K. Lu, PhD who is the Assistant Professor of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology:

This is a six-minute video clip: a four minute montage of clips from early interviews with biofilm researchers, then a 3D animation showing the "life cycle" of bacterial biofilm -- including its dispersal into the bloodstream.

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Sticky Bacterial Biofilms

Dissolve on Contact with Sugar-Cutting Enzymes written by Diana Crow for Scientific American

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