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The Other Guy's Sperm: The Cause of Cancers and Other Diseases

Donald E. Tyler, M.D.
Ontario, OR: Discovery Books, 1994

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Paperback, 134 pages with bibliography

The theory of sperm causing diseases presented in this book takes on momentum with cannibalism and organ transplants found as causing diseases. Sperm ingested orally or injected into a rectum is cannibalism; and their invasions of membranes and tissues of genitalia and urethras are equivalent to transplants. The essence is the entrance into one's body of cells of another individual. Sperm invade the delicate linings of the internal and external genitalia of both men and women, enter blood streams, and go to all parts of their bodies.
    Kuru, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), and Gertsmann-Stussler-Scheinker syndrome in humans, scrapie in sheep and goats, and bovine spongiform encephalopathy in cows are diseases with some clinical aspects in common including neurodegeneration. Anthropologist Robert Glasse connected kuru to gastronomic cannibalism by women and children [in New Guinea], avoided by adult males due to the belief that cannibalism 'robbed a man of his vitality.' Incubation periods are notably long, with 30 years common in kuru and CJD.
    In this book sperm of the other guy are postulated as the cause of many diseases all over the body including cancers. Experimental, clinical, and epidemiological evidence in support is presented.
    Precursors of sperm have a tremendous stimulus to divide producing 100,000,000 to 300,000,000 sperm per ejaculate. The union of a sperm with an ovum produces rapidly dividing cells that can result in a 6 to 10 pound baby in 9 months. The unidentified factor that causes cells to divide decreases in amount or activity in each division of offspring cells until there is no weight gain at maturity when cells die at the same rate they divide. Sperm invading cells other than ova accounts for rapid uncontrolled dividing of cancer cells. DNA of sperm is undifferentiated, capable of producing any type of cell. Sperm, invading cells other than ova accounts for all characteristics of malignant cells including their uncontrolled dividing, invading, having abnormal numbers of chromosomes, and being undifferentiated.
    Reaction of a host body to invading sperm can be similar to its reaction to bacteria and viruses. In most instances there is no disease at the site of sperm entry. Entry-site diseases include mucoid and purulent discharges diagnosed as gonorrhea and nonspecific urethritis and sores diagnosed as herpes, chancroid, or syphilis.
    Sperm and their parts invading a body are the equivalent of transplants of any and all cells or organs. Antibodies attacking the genes of the sperm, probably at times attack corresponding cells and organs of the host. That is a probable cause of 'autoimmune' diseases including most arthritis, diabetes, thryroiditis, and lupus erythematosus.
    Roles of sperm in AIDS, urinary infections, congenital and inherited defects, atherosclerosis, and bestiality are presented.


Contents

Introduction; I. Cancers (A. Inheritance, B. Environmental chemicals, C. Viruses, D. Sperm as the cause, E. Other epidemiology, F. Sperm studies); II. AIDS; III. Urethral discharge; IV. Catheters and instruments (A. Trauma, B. Bacteria introduction, C. Indwelling catheters, D. No resulting discharge); V. Experimental inoculations; VI. No predictability; VII. Not a honeymoon disease; VIII. Organism entry; IX. One's own sperm; X. Foreign sperm as the cause; XI. Cystourethritis in women; XII. Urinary infections in girls; XIII. Sperm and herpes; XIV. Syphilis and sperm; XV. Bestiality; XVI. Congenital and inherited defects; XVII. Autoimmune diseases; XVIII. Atherosclerosis; XIX. Nervous system diseases (A. UDS connection, B. Brain disease, C. Multiple sclerosis); XX. Upper respiratory disease; XXI. Research opportunities; XXII. Conclusion; Bibliography


Introduction

    ... The heart of the theory is that foreign sperm, any sperm into a woman, and another male's sperm into a man, cause diseases. Sperm of the other guy, pooled in a woman's vagina, move into the opening in the penis of a subsequent sex partner. Sperm invade the lining or surface membranes of the internal and external genitalia and enter blood vessels. In the blood stream they go anywhere in the body. Foreign sperm are the missing link in causes of diseases. They probably are the major cause of cancers and many other devastating diseases. ...
    [I]nvestigations of bacteria, viruses, and other parasites with host responses to them have failed to explain the causes of most fundamental human diseases. As a few examples of many possible, the causes have not been proved and really are unknown for the common cold, rheumatic fever, serious inflammatory diseases of the eyes including most uveitis, ulcerative diseases of the stomach and intestines, glomerulonephritis, interstitial cystitis, cystitis cystica, endometriosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosis, dermatomyositis, psoriasis, brain diseases including psychoses and senile dementia, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, diabetes, atherosclerosis, most congenital defects, and benign and malignant tumors. Even as to inherited diseases, causes of initial alterations of genes are unknown. ...
    Sperm invade the delicate linings of the internal and external genitalia of men and women. In most cases, there is no primary sore or apparent disease at the site of entry. When present, most 'primary' diseases at the site of sperm entry in the male are manifest as pus and mucous discharges from the urethra and are diagnosed as gonorrhea or nonspecific urethritis. Sperm also probably cause primary ulcers or sores on the genitalia that look like the 'cankers' that occur commonly in the mouth. Those primary ulcers are usually diagnosed as herpes, chanchroid, or syphilis. After invading the inner or outer surface of the genitalia, sperm enter the blood stream. Resulting lesions all over the body by sperm or their parts explain the basic cause of most cancers and diseases of adults. ...
    The essential scientific facts are established. Sperm move aggressively and invade tissues and cells. They carry DNA and RNA that are the same basic nature as the DNA and RNA that are the vital substances of bacteria and viruses that cause diseases. It is known that they are highly antigenic to which the body responds by making antibodies. Those antigens can be expected to cause other body reaction including inflammation. Sperm have all the factors necessary to cause inflammation, and it is known that they do in fact cause inflammation. Such inflammation is observed when a vasectomy results in leakage of sperm into the tissues. ...
    Once foreign sperm enter tissues or cells, instead of living as intact sperm, they probably disperse their parts much like they do when they enter ova. Those parts can live, replicate, and also act much like they do after fertilization. When a sperm enters a cell the result can be like a pregnancy, there can be a growth of new types of cells including cancers. Sperm can cause inflammatory reactions to reject, kill, or neutralize them. Transfers of DNA, or its parts including genes, have been accomplished in laboratories and in clinical trials of treatment. Evidence points to common transfer of DNA or its parts by foreign sperm. Resulting diseases are sometimes associated with abnormal chromosomes, genes, and DNA.
    [W]hen sperm or their parts invade the substance of a person's body, they are like one type of cell transplant; and cells resulting from fusions of sperm or their parts with host cells are another type of cell transplant. The recipient body may act to reject either or both of those types of transplants within a few days, or the rejection reaction can be delayed or not clinically observed. Manifestations of disease may not be observed, they may be subtle, or they may be devastating. ...
    Differences in diseases could be due to differences in sperm and victim in tissue type, ABO blood type, race, and even species. ... Observations to be presented indicate that the time lapse from intercourse to manifestation of disease caused by sperm varies from a few days to more than 40 years.


Conclusion

    In this new theory, foreign sperm ... are major causes of cancers and other serious diseases. ...
    Sperm and ova can produce all types of cells in the body; they are totipotential. In embryonic development, subsequent generations of cells become more specialized until end-type cells upon dividing can produce only that same type of cell. That is the process of 'differentiation,' sperm being undifferentiated and end-type cells that comprise the body being differentiated. ...
    The sperm has the potent stimulus to divide that is expressed with the rapid dividing of the zygote and cells of the embryo. The stimulus in the end-type cell to divide has been diluted so that dividing is much slower and is limited to a few subsequent generations. The sperm has the ability to invade, the end cell cannot. The sperm has 23 chromosomes while the specialized cell has 46. The result of the union can be cells that divide rapidly without control, are undifferentiated in appearance, invade, have abnormal numbers of chromosomes, and can divide an unlimited number of times in cultures. Those are the characteristics of malignant cells. ...
    The epidemiology of cancers is consistent with sperm causation and inconsistent with usual theories and old ideas. Foreign sperm are probably the essential major cause of cancers in most parts of the body. ...
    Sperm enter the body through the genitalia. In most instances, they pass through the linings of the genitalia without causing inflammation or sores there. When they cause inflammation in the male it is usually diagnosed as gonorrhea or nonspecific urethritis. When the sores are on the external genitalia, they are commonly diagnosed as herpes, chancroid, or syphilis. In women, sperm are the essential cause of 'honeymoon cystitis' and recurrent cystitis and/or urethritis. ...
    Sperm of another individual probably are important, paramount causes of most diseases that predominantly and typically have their onsets in adolescence and adulthood. They probably cause diseases of any of the organs that can be affected by syphilis. That includes diseases of the eyes, joints, skin, arteries, genitourinary system, brain, and spinal cord. They probably cause 'autoimmune' diseases and illnesses that are similar to those observed with organ transplants. Sperm probably are paramount causes of congenital and hereditary defects and diseases. ...
    Bacteria, viruses, protozoans, worms, pollens, chemicals, and other pathogens or agents with host responses to them have failed to provide the causes of most fundamental diseases of humans. Foreign sperm are presented as the major missing group of pathogens and the cause of many diseases including cancers.



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