Oh, i agree that my post above might seem as the answer but it is not. I do think and that is my intention is that when it comes to some of the diseases that accumulate and kill fast or kill slowly like for example cancer that the wrong combination of viruses and bacteria might be the reason or the wrong combination of bacteria and toxins or a combination of viruses , bacteria, toxins, and other pathogens like fungi, yeast... But as you state yourself, many viruses have these tricks up their viral sleeves. Now you can imagine, that it is the consensus in the medical world that most viruses are harmless. I do think that in a solitary situation as for example lab experiments nothing will happen because of the isolated nature. But in real life, we are infected often by multiple pathogens and we carry more microbes in and on our body then we have body cells. We live in symbiosis. Now the real bad bugs are aggressive and kill humans quick. But a life long of having the wrong balance of gut microbes and living in a toxic environment and eating the wrong food. I am amazed how resilient the human body is. But i wonder if there is an epigenetic effect to be discovered here as well, that is as soon as the consensus is adjusted.