The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD)

Our research centers on the relationship between latent viruses and disease 

When we understand nature, chaos turns into order, fear into confidence, and disease into health.”  – Dr. Hanan Polansky


We build theories in biology by connecting seemingly unrelated observations

We conduct clinical studies that test the safety and efficacy of natural treatments

We communicate our discoveries to both the scientific community and the general public


Latent Viruses Cause Most Major Diseases

Dr. Hanan Polansky discovered that foreign DNA fragments, called N-boxes, cause most major diseases. Sometimes Dr. Polansky compares these fragments of DNA to magnets. Imagine introducing a powerful magnet into the nucleus. What will be the effect of this powerful magnet on the allocation of genetic resources in the nucleus? The weak human N-boxes have no chance. Poor human genes. Poor contaminated or infected individual.

Look at the cover of Dr. Hanan Polansky’s Purple book. On the left you see the human DNA. On the right, you see the foreign DNA. In the middle, in a shape of a sphere, you see the scarce genetic material being attracted by the foreign DNA. You don’t have to read the book to understand microcompetition. Just study the cover. Sometimes, you can judge a book by its cover!

Dr. Hanan Polansky’s discovery has important implications. It suggests that we can cure and even prevent major diseases by targeting the foreign DNA fragments in the human body.

  • “Even if only a portion of the author’s thesis is correct, it would establish wholly new insights into the pathogenesis of chronic disease states, and would have significant implications for treatment and/or prevention.” Kim E. Barrett, PhD

  • “(The book) would serve as a great teaching tool for graduate students. I believe that this book will provide for an excellent starting ground for new scientists to tackle the world of chronic diseases.”Afshin Beheshti, PhD, The Forsyth Institute

  • “Although well written, the text is not for the timid or the novice. It will, however be very useful for scientists considering broad, comprehensive funding initiatives, and may be of interest to seminar groups studying disease origins. Overall, for scientists who can think ‘outside the box,’ this is a fascinating series of thoughts on the origin of chronic diseases.” – Marschall S. Runge, MD, PhD, University of North Carolina

  • “As I read it, I felt some nostalgia for aspects of my early medical education on subjects from which I am long removed. Dr. Polansky’s incorporation of such a broad scientific data base to support his theory is an extraordinary and impressive achievement.”– Raymond A. Sobel, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine