Spend all your waking hours learning of the terrain theory.
It was Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908), a contemporary of Pasteur, who discovered the true nature of germs, bacteria, viruses, etc., and that they were pleomorphic (capable of changing from one type of organism to another). Later on another colleague of Pasteur’s colleague’s, Claude Bernard, described the 220;milieu” or environment that affected/caused those changes.
On his deathbed, Pasteur recanted, saying that Bernard [Claude Bernard] was right; “the Terrain is everything, the Germ is nothing!” However, since the “Germ Theory of Disease” is so profitable, the medical world has written off his final statements as the madness of a dying man. We should all be so mad!