Dr. Marshall was asked the question:
"So are VDRs in most of our cells?"
"Certainly in all nucleated cells.
That doesn't mean they are activated the same way in all cells, it depends on a lot of factors.
However, VDR are key to the function of the phagocytic cells."
The objective of the MP is to make the immune system functional again. This can have lots of trickle down effects, such as the immune system being able to handle virus and fungus, and possibly even parasites of other types. All the other functions of the VDR, since they are working again, could mean greatly lowered chances of getting cancer, and of a reduction in the chance of metastases. If there are currently 913 genes known that the VDR are responsible for, and that number is likely to go to 2000, imagine what the effects of the MP could be. So, this is stuff from the material found here on the MP sites, and from various studies referenced here.