Some are pleomorphic, meaning they can literally change from one form into another and back again, as the situation for their survival requires.

A number of cutting edge medical doctors, researchers and scientists have slowly been coming to a startling conclusion: Many of today's most debilitating and sometimes deadly chronic degenerative diseases for which medical science cannot find an underlying cause, are actually being caused by hidden, long-term infections, or are otherwise being triggered by the long-term deleterious effects of pathogenic microorganisms on the human body.

This includes but is not limited to diseases such as cancer, heart disease and stroke, arthritis, multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS), diabetes, Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and other mental disorders, and many others. And the human body is one of the most convenient hosts of them all.

Similarly, books like The Virus Within: How Medical Detectives Are Tracking a Terrifying Virus that Hides in Almost All of Us by long-time ABC World News Tonight and Nightline correspondent Nicholas Regush have helped bring mass public attention to the idea that hidden pathogens are in many cases wreaking havoc on our bodies, and that many of the diseases and disease complexes once thought to have no known cause are indeed being caused by microbial infections.

These popular works have in turn helped pave the way for new attention to be paid to some of the other outstanding books which have been published on this same subject over the course of the past two decades, but which were either ridiculed by the medical establishment, or completely overlooked when they first came out.

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