Tissue section of Hodgkin’s disease (lymphoma) of the lung showing a cell with intracellular granules and coccoid forms (microzymas?) Gram stain, x1000, in oil.
by Alan Cantwell, M.D. Copyright 2017
Editor’s note: Part I was about the origin of life and the Béchamp-Pasteur clash: In the attempt to “classify” laboratory-grown bacteria as the lowest forms of life known in the late nineteenth century, there was no consideration given to any possible “connection” between any of the various species of bacteria.
The dogma was that a coccus remained a coccus; a rod remained a rod; and there was no interplay between them. There was also no “crossing over” from one species to another, and the research by the pleomorphists which suggested otherwise was ignored. [Read more…]