Haraid zur Hausen believes that domestic animals can be a direct cause for cancer of the colon in humans.

Harald zur Hausen is a German virologist and professor emeritus. World-renowned scientist Harald zur Hausen, the Nobel Prize winner for the discovery that the human papillomavirus (HPV) causes cervical cancer. Harald zur Hausen discovered that HPV was the cause of cervical cancer in 2008 to receive the Nobel Prize for Medicine, and accordingly developed diagnostic methods and created vaccines that are allegedly blocking viral entry into cells and preventing tumor development.

Zur Hausen Nobel Prize shared with the duo of French virologist Francoise Barre-Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier, deserving to detect AIDS virus. The financial part of the Nobel Prize, which will Zur Hausen and French duo split in half, is around one million euros.

The truth is as simple as this German scientist and the Nobel Prize winner claim for his discovery that a human papillomavirus (HPV) causes cervical cancer, Harald zur Hausen, that a virus that has been poorly studied and which we encounter with cows can cause cancer in humans?

His discovery was published a year ago and shocked the world, especially since it comes from a so-acknowledged expert.

“I believe that domestic animals can be direct colon cancer progenitors in humans. We have experimental data supporting this hypothesis. However, this is yet to be confirmed, “Hauzen said.

Other scientists have also warned earlier that the use of red meat (beef, veal, horsetail, mutton and pork) increases the risk of developing colorectal cancer. But Hauzen claims that the danger comes not only with beef, but, no matter how amazing it is, cow’s milk!

The traditional explanation is related to the preparation of meat on the grill, and since there have been claims that it leads to the formation of carcinogenic substances.

“This thesis loses sight of the same types of carcinogenic substances being tainted with rotting fish and chicken, and no one thinks that using a flesh of perennial animals and fish increases the risk of getting colon cancer,” the scientist emphasizes.

He discovers that in his research especially gave attention to the fact that people in Mongolia are eating a lot of red meat, and that of colon cancer local people suffer rare, as well as in India, where beef for religious reasons is never eaten.

In South American countries due to “consumption of red meat, namely beef” increased occurrence of tumors, while in Arab countries where beef is eating less, are less affected by the tumor.

Hauzen also points out that the level of colorectal cancer has increased rapidly after the Second World War. He is convinced that it is most directly linked to the fact that these countries have become popular imported beef.

He adds that in these Asian countries it is a lot less likely to encounter cancer mammary glands, because in them is very rarely used in diet cow’s milk and dairy products.