Foreign DNA Fragments Cause Major Diseases
Leslie Carol Botha: According to Dr. Hanan Polansky of the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD) – all biologic medicines – including biologic vaccines – contain recombinant DNA particles (labeled a bio-hazard by the U.S. government). This is a by product of a faulty manufacturing process that is not up to par with the science of biologic medicines. Here is the rub – once these rDNA particles get into the blood stream and start invading cells containing normal DNA – no one knows what will happen. Will the good guys – normal DNA – win or the bad guys – rDNA? No one knows how the rDNA will interact with normal DNA and studies have not been conducted. Not only that – there is no protocol in place for getting rid of the rDNA fragments in the body. If foreign DNA fragments cause disease – they may very possibly be affecting fertility too.
High Sperm DNA Damage a Leading Cause of ‘Unexplained Infertility’, Research Finds
November 14, 2012
At present some 50,000 couples require fertility treatment across the UK each year, with the figure reaching one million worldwide. Up to one third of these couples are diagnosed with unexplained or idiopathic infertility. This means that, using current tests, neither partner has been diagnosed with any detectable problem.
Published in Reproductive Biomedicine Online, and carried out by Professor Sheena Lewis from the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen’s, the new research reveals 80 per cent of couples with unexplained or idiopathic infertility in the large study of 239 couples have a detectable cause known as high sperm DNA damage.
The new study is the first of its kind and will lead to better treatment for these couples, saving them time, money and heartache.
Explaining the research, Professor Lewis said: “The majority of couples experiencing problems with fertility are able to receive an explanation for their infertility. These causes range from low sperm count, poor sperm motility in the man to blocked fallopian tubes or endometriosis in the woman. Once the causes for infertility have been established the appropriate course of assisted conception treatment can be undertaken.
“For almost one third of couples, until now, there has been no obvious cause for infertility and these couples are given the diagnosis of ‘unexplained fertility’. These couples often invest a lot of time and money in fertility treatments like intrauterine insemination (IUI) unlikely to be successful. In our study we have now had a breakthrough which explains the cause of infertility for many of those couples. Now that we have found the cause of infertility for these couples suitable treatments can be tailored for them which will direct them straight to the best treatment and increase their chances of having a baby.”