97% of all Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure

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Do you have a chronic degenerative disease? If so, have you been told, “It’s all in your head?” Well, that might not be that far from the truth… the root cause of your illness may be in your mouth. There is a common dental procedure that nearly every dentist will tell you is completely safe, despite the fact that scientists have been warning of its dangers for more than 100 years. Every day in the United States alone, 41,000 of these dental procedures are performed on patients who believe they are safely and permanently fixing their problem.  

What is this dental procedure?

The root canal. More than 25 million root canals are performed every year in this country.

Root-canaled teeth are essentially “dead” teeth that can become silent incubators for highly toxic anaerobic bacteria that can, under certain conditions, make their way into your bloodstream to cause a number of serious medical conditions—many not appearing until decades later.

Most of these toxic teeth feel and look fine for many years, which make their role in systemic disease even harder to trace back.

Sadly, the vast majority of dentists are oblivious to the serious potential health risks they are exposing their patients to, risks that persist for the rest of their patients’ lives. The American Dental Association claims root canals have been proven safe, but they have NO published data or actual research to substantiate this claim.

Fortunately, I had some early mentors like Dr. Tom Stone and Dr. Douglas Cook, who educated me on this issue nearly 20 years ago. Were it not for a brilliant pioneering dentist who, more than a century ago, made the connection between root-canaled teeth and disease, this underlying cause of disease may have remained hidden to this day. The dentist’s name was Weston Price — regarded by many as the greatest dentist of all time.

Weston A. Price: World’s Greatest Dentist

Most dentists would be doing an enormous service to public health if they familiarized themselves with the work of Dr. Weston Pricei. Unfortunately, his work continues to be discounted and suppressed by medical and dental professionals alike.

Dr. Price was a dentist and researcher who traveled the world to study the teeth, bones, and diets of native populations living without the “benefit” of modern food. Around the year 1900, Price had been treating persistent root canal infections and became suspicious that root-canaled teeth always remained infected, in spite of treatments. Then one day, he recommended to a woman, wheelchair bound for six years, to have her root canal tooth extracted, even though it appeared to be fine.

She agreed, so he extracted her tooth and then implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. The rabbit amazingly developed the same crippling arthritis as the woman and died from the infection 10 days later. But the woman, now free of the toxic tooth, immediately recovered from her arthritis and could now walk without even the assistance of a cane.

Price discovered that it’s mechanically impossible to sterilize a root-canaled (e.g. root-filled) tooth.

He then went on to show that many chronic degenerative diseases originate from root-filled teeth—the most frequent being heart and circulatory diseases. He actually found 16 different causative bacterial agents for these conditions. But there were also strong correlations between root-filled teeth and diseases of the joints, brain and nervous system.

Dr. Price went on to write two groundbreaking books in 1922 detailing his research into the link between dental pathology and chronic illness. Unfortunately, his work was deliberately buried for 70 years, until finally one endodontist named George Meinig recognized the importance of Price’s work and sought to expose the truth.

Must-read book on the subject: The Secret Poison in Your Mouth: Banish the Hidden Cause of Cancer, Heart Disease and Arthritis;

Dr. Meinig advances the work of Dr. Price

Dr. Meinig, a native of Chicago, was a captain in the U.S. Army during World War II before moving to Hollywood to become a dentist for the stars. He eventually became one of the founding members of the American Association of Endodontists (root canal specialists).

In the 1990s, he spent 18 months immersed in Dr. Price’s research. In June of 1993, Dr. Meinig published the book Root Canal Cover-Up, which continues to be the most comprehensive reference on this topic today.

What dentists don’t know about the anatomy of your teeth

Your teeth are made of the hardest substances in your body.

In the middle of each tooth is the pulp chamber, a soft living inner structure that houses blood vessels and nerves. Surrounding the pulp chamber is the dentin, which is made of living cells that secrete a hard mineral substance. The outermost and hardest layer of your tooth is the white enamel, which encases the dentin.

The roots of each tooth descend into your jawbone and are held in place by the periodontal ligament. In dental school, dentists are taught that each tooth has one to four major canals. However, there are accessory canals that are never mentioned. Literally miles of them!

Just as your body has large blood vessels that branch down into very small capillaries, each of your teeth has a maze of very tiny tubules that, if stretched out, would extend for three miles. Weston Price identified as many as 75 separate accessory canals in a single central incisor (front tooth). For a more detailed explanation, refer to an article by Hal Huggins, DDS, MS, on the Weston A. Price Foundation website.iii (These images are borrowed from the Huggins article.)

Microscopic organisms regularly move in and around these tubules, like gophers in underground tunnels.

When a dentist performs a root canal, he or she hollows out the tooth, then fills the hollow chamber with a substance (called guttapercha), which cuts off the tooth from its blood supply, so fluid can no longer circulate through the tooth. But the maze of tiny tubules remains. And bacteria, cut off from their food supply, hide out in these tunnels where they are remarkably safe from antibiotics and your own body’s immune defenses.

The root cause of much disease

Under the stresses of oxygen and nutrient deprivation, these formerly friendly organisms morph into stronger, more virulent anaerobes that produce a variety of potent toxins. What were once ordinary, friendly oral bacteria mutate into highly toxic pathogens lurking in the tubules of the dead tooth, just awaiting an opportunity to spread.

No amount of sterilization has been found effective in reaching these tubules — and just about every single root-canaled tooth has been found colonized by these bacteria, especially around the apex and in the periodontal ligament. Oftentimes, the infection extends down into the jawbone where it creates cavitations — areas of necrotic tissue in the jawbone itself.

Cavitations are areas of unhealed bone, often accompanied by pockets of infected tissue and gangrene. Sometimes they form after a tooth extraction (such as a wisdom tooth extraction), but they can also follow a root canal. According to Weston Price Foundation, in the records of 5,000 surgical cavitation cleanings, only two were found healed.

And all of this occurs with few, if any, accompanying symptoms. So you may have an abscessed dead tooth and not know it. This focal infection in the immediate area of the root-canaled tooth is bad enough, but the damage doesn’t stop there.

Root canals can lead to heart, kidney, bone, and brain disease

As long as your immune system remains strong, any bacteria that stray away from the infected tooth are captured and destroyed. But once your immune system is weakened by something like an accident or illness or other trauma, your immune system may be unable to keep the infection in check.

These bacteria can migrate out into surrounding tissues by hitching a ride into your blood stream, where they are transported to new locations to set up camp. The new location can be any organ or gland or tissue.

Dr. Price was able to transfer diseases harbored by humans to rabbits, by implanting fragments of root-canaled teeth, as mentioned above. He found that root canal fragments from a person who had suffered a heart attack, when implanted into a rabbit, would cause a heart attack in the rabbit within a few weeks.

He discovered he could transfer heart disease to the rabbit 100 percent of the time! Other diseases were more than 80 percent transferable by this method. Nearly every chronic degenerative disease has been linked with root canals, including:


There may also be a cancer connection. Dr. Robert Jones, a researcher of therelationship between root canals and breast cancer, found an extremely high correlation between root canals and breast cancer.iv He claims to have found the following correlations in a five-year study of 300 breast cancer cases:


Dr. Jones claims that toxins from the bacteria in an infected tooth or jawbone are able to inhibit the proteins that suppress tumor development. A German physician reported similar findings. Dr. Josef Issels reported that, in his 40 years of treating “terminal” cancer patients, 97 percent of his cancer patients had root canals. If these physicians are correct, the cure for cancer may be as simple as having a tooth pulled, then rebuilding your immune system.

Good bugs gone bad

How are these mutant oral bacteria connected with heart disease or arthritis? The ADA and the AAE claim it’s a “myth” that the bacteria found in and around root-canaled teeth can cause diseasev. But they base that on the misguided assumption that the bacteria in these diseased teeth are the SAME as normal bacteria in your mouth — and that’s clearly not the case.

Today, bacteria can be identified using DNA analysis, whether they’re dead or alive, from their telltale DNA signatures.

In a continuation of Dr. Price’s work, the Toxic Element Research Foundation (TERF) used DNA analysis to examine root-canaled teeth, and they found bacterial contamination in 100 percent of the samples tested. They identified 42 different species of anaerobic bacteria in 43 root canal samples. In cavitations, 67 different bacteria were identified among the 85 samples tested, with individual samples housing between 19 to 53 types of bacteria each. The bacteria they found included the following types:


Are these just benign, ordinary mouth bugs? Absolutely not. Four can affect your heart, three can affect your nerves, two can affect your kidneys, two can affect your brain, and one can infect your sinus cavities… so they are anything BUT friendly! (If you want see just how unfriendly they can be, I invite you to investigate the footnotes.)

Approximately 400 percent more bacteria were found in the blood surrounding the root canal tooth than were found in the tooth itself, suggesting the tooth is the incubatorand the periodontal ligament is the food supply. The bone surrounding root-canaled teeth was found even HIGHER in bacterial count… not surprising, since bone is virtual buffet of bacterial nutrients.

Since when is leaving a dead body part IN your body a good idea?

There is no other medical procedure that involves allowing a dead body part to remain in your body. When your appendix dies, it’s removed. If you get frostbite or gangrene on a finger or toe, it is amputated. If a baby dies in utero, the body typically initiates a miscarriage.

Your immune system doesn’t care for dead substances, and just the presence of dead tissue can cause your system to launch an attack, which is another reason to avoid root canals — they leave behind a dead tooth.

Infection, plus the autoimmune rejection reaction, causes more bacteria to collect around the dead tissue. In the case of a root canal, bacteria are given the opportunity to flush into your blood stream every time you bite down.

Why dentists cling to the belief root canals are safe

The ADA rejects Dr. Price’s evidence, claiming root canals are safe, yet they offer no published data or actual research to substantiate their claim. American Heart Association recommends a dose of antibiotics before many routine dental procedures to prevent infective endocarditis (IE) if you have certain heart conditions that predispose you to this type of infection.

So, on the one hand, the ADA acknowledges oral bacteria can make their way from your mouth to your heart and cause a life-threatening infection.

But at the same time, the industry vehemently denies any possibility that these same bacteria—toxic strains KNOWN to be pathogenic to humans — can hide out in your dead root-canaled tooth to be released into your blood stream every time you chew, where they can damage your health in a multitude of ways.

Is this really that large of a leap? Could there be another reason so many dentists, as well as the ADA and the AAE, refuse to admit root canals are dangerous? Well, yes, as a matter of fact, there is. Root canals are the most profitable procedure in dentistry.

What you need to know to AVOID a root canal

I strongly recommend never getting a root canal. Risking your health to preserve a tooth simply doesn’t make sense. Unfortunately, there are many people who’ve already have one. If you have, you should seriously consider having the tooth removed, even if it looks and feels fine.

Remember, as soon as your immune system is compromised, your risk of of developing a serious medical problem increases — and assaults on your immune system are far too frequent in today’s world.

If you have a tooth removed, there are a few options available to you.

1) Partial denture: This is a removable denture, often just called a “partial.” It’s the simplest and least expensive option.
2) Bridge: This is a more permanent fixture resembling a real tooth but is a bit more involved and expensive to build.
3) Implant: This is a permanent artificial tooth, typically titanium, implanted in your gums and jaw. There are some problems with these due to reactions to the metals used. Zirconium is a newer implant material that shows promise for fewer complications.

But just pulling the tooth and inserting some sort of artificial replacement isn’t enough.

Dentists are taught to remove the tooth but leave your periodontal ligament. But as you now know, this ligament can serve as a breeding ground for deadly bacteria. Most experts who’ve studied this recommend removing the ligament, along with one millimeter of the bony socket, in order to drastically reduce your risk of developing an infection from the bacterially infected tissues left behind.

I strongly recommend consulting a biological dentist because they are uniquely trained to do these extractions properly and safely, as well as being adept at removing mercury fillings, if necessary. Their approach to dental care is far more holistic and considers the impact on your entire body — not JUST your mouth.

If you need to find a biological dentist in your area, I recommend visiting toxicteeth.org, a resource sponsored by Consumers for Dental Choice. This organization, championed by Charlie Brown, is a highly reputable organization that has fought to protect and educate consumers so that they can make better-informed decisions about their dental care. The organization also heads up the Campaign for Mercury-Free Dentistry.

Must-read book on the subject: The Secret Poison in Your Mouth: Banish the Hidden Cause of Cancer, Heart Disease and Arthritis; By Dr. Joseph Mercola

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25 thoughts on “97% of all Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure

  1. I’m familiar with this article and others on root canals because 1 to 1.5 yrs. after someone dear to me got a root canal they now deal with ulcerative colitis, which prior to the r. canal, gastrointestinal problems were NEVER an issue.
    The person was told one of the main causes of ulcerative colitis is the the taking of antibiotics which were taken prior to the r. canal procedure, and which kill off good bacteria in the gut.
    I’m not totally convinced it was the taking of the antibiotics that caused the UC, but more the r. canal because again NO gastrointestinal problems prior.
    If anyone can lend any info. to my comment I’d appreciate it.
    I’d like to see this person free from the pain caused by this problem.

      1. Mary, I sent this person the sodium ascorbate vit. C that the lady in one of the videos you sent me recommended. I don’t know if they have started to take it or not. One of the last times we spoke I asked them if they started taking it and they said, not yet because they were trying to make their body more alkaline and thought the C would disrupt this. I explained their body has been severely compromised due to the r. canal and that they should absolutely be taking C.

        I don’t know, we’ll see how things go. We have talked about them having the r. canal removed, but not sure they’ll go for this.

        It’s frustrating to say the least. If the r. canal is the cause, it sure has done alot of damage. Another thing as I think of it, when they started having gastrointestinal problems, their body was immune compromised from not eating well, sometime not eating at all for a couple days at a time due to money issues, etc. So I’m thinking all the bacteria from the r. canal then had it’s opportunity to attack.

    1. I’ve had three root canals and have had colon cancer. What does that tell ya! 10 inches of large intestine removed.

      I swear by MSM . I’ve been taking it for over three years now. #1NWO hatr turned me on to it.

      1. Mark, that tells me alot.

        Did you have gastrointestinal problems prior to the colon cancer, like ulcerative colitis, etc..? From what I’ve learned this condition can eventually lead to Khron’s disease, which is NOT good at all or the removal of the colon, like in your case.

        1. No problems whatsoever Katie. It just started to creep up on me over the years, and I just ignored the pain. Finally, at a Albuquerque truck stop, I was in so much pain, it felt akin to a gut shot. Needless to say, ambulance ride, on the table 2 hours later for emergency surgery.

          Yes, I was goddamned lucky. No insurance, had to suffer and wait until they couldn’t refuse the surgery, dangerous tactic, but it works.

          1. Mark, so you did have pain over the yrs. but you ignored it.

            This person that I’ve been speaking of and from others that suffer from colon problems say it is very painful, debilitating at times, not to mention having to constantly be near a bathroom to eliminate waste matter which is rarely solid.

          2. And lots of blood, I ignored that too. Yeah, I had about a year of blood and pain, but if I had gone to a hospital before the big Kahuna episode, they wouldnt have operated.

            There was a small melon sized tumor removed during the surgery.

            Before all of this I had no pain for over 10 years since the last root canal. First root canal was in my teen years.

          3. Mark, yes, not to mention the blood in the waste matter, which can cause an anemic state due to loss of blood, loosing iron.

            This root canal info. is quite disturbing and it brings in alot of money every yr..

        1. MSM, started taking it for joint pain and it definitely works for this. Not sure as to all the other benefits, should probably investigate this.

  2. I’ve had several unfortunately, as a younger lad I didn’t know any better and have always have poor poor teeth. My mouth today, is embarrassing. After countless dental fillings, root canals, cap blah blah and even braces as a young teen. My teeth are just effed. And today I have “dental insurance” which covers 1,000 shekels a year (which is basically one procedure) and I can’t afford any thing. America, supposvily the richest greatest country has essentially priced normal average people out of even the most rudementary of dental care. ” Dr.” GoldbergShekelStein DmD once told a good friend my age that it would cost 40,000 to get his mouth back to “normal”. Disgusting and pathetic.

    Beyond root canals causing cancer how about we go for the source being jew Zionist sumbags being the overlord of cancer in these United States.

  3. I have three, number 8, 9, and 10, the 10 tooth was knocked out in a trampoline accident while 8 and 9 were pushed in. 10 snapped after 17 years and was extracted, 9 caused an infection and was extracted after 18 years, I still have number 8. My plan is to get 8 extracted and a bridge put in, I’m going to have it done in Mexico, this article may light a fire under my ass, I’m sick of wearing a flipper anyhow.
    Never had a cavity and I have all my wisdom teeth, the price of healthcare is ridiculous, I’m not sure how doctors can sleep at night ripping people off as they do.

    1. Frank F., I crossed the border into Tijuana about 35 yrs. ago and had a partial cap on a front tooth put on and that cap is still on to this day, not like the one I had done in the states which fell out, and this cap still in, was way less expensive, and the dentist was a super nice Mexican man and the dentist office was as nice as you’d see in the uS.

      Yes, go to Mexico, great work and way less money.

      1. Thank you for the encouragement and sharing your experience, I think I need to get a passport or enhanced id bs, I’ll start looking into it.

        1. My sisters mother in law lives in Kingman Arizon and she goes into Mexico to get meds. and also goes to the dentist there (if I recall correctly from what sis tells me) so I’ll look into getting the dentists name, location, etc. and pass it your way, this might help. Perhaps she knows about whats required to get into the country as well. Didn’t seem like I had any fancy passport at the time or beefed up id, of course this was 35 yrs. ago too.

          I used to cross over the border, walk right through after answering where I was coming from and what I was doing there, then buy mexican blankets for gifts. Vendors everywhere.

          1. Prior to 911 we NY’ers had no issue crossing into Canada via Niagara, since the false flag attack we needed the above mentioned papers, I have not been to Canada since.
            I appreciate you finding that out for me Katie, thank you 🙂

        2. “United States citizens do not need tourist visas if they enter Mexico by land and stay in a “border zone” (“frontera”) area for less than 72 hours. … Officially, a passport is not required to enter the border zone from the United States, but you’ll need one to reenter the United States.”

  4. One root canal I had as a kid (going down a pool slide head first knocked out most of my two front teeth so I had to have two root canals, one on each) then getting a partial…well, the partial after 40 or so years came undone, so I went to Ojinaga, Mexico (across from Presidio, Texas) since I couldn’t afford to get root canals here, got the root canals REDONE (since I had infections on the formerly done ones, the root canals had to be redone and cleaned out)….I will say this, Mexican dentists can run rings around American ones–and anyone can afford a Mexican dentist!

    I DO believe root canals can cause cancer (and in fact I feel as if I am more likely to die of cancer than die of anything else…plus cancer does tend to run in my family on my mother’s side–both my grandmother and mother died of cancer), but it pisses me off (after all, we all have to die sometime) that American dentists can’t hold a candle to Mexican dentists, in terms of medical procedure as well as in terms of cost.

    In fact when I read the headline the first thing that came into my mind was “now don’t tell me–root canals?”

    1. Yeah, DL, the dreaded cancer word, that word that the us govt. has patented.

      My theory is when they don’t know what to diagnose the “disease”, whatever it is, they call it cancer.

      Hear cancer, eat apricot hulls, B-17, and lots of carrot juice and all the other good stuff known to heal the body.

      Wheat grass juice, too.

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