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Author Topic: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases  (Read 2234 times)

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Offline Boze

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Re: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2010, 11:30:32 AM »
Please be aware that we are not a medical organization. This is a patient initiative to make GcMAF available to larger groups of patients, because after 17 years of running small clinical trials, the original researcher still refuses to do so. If and when a patient decides to use GcMAF it will be at their own risk and cost. Our GcMAF is safe and the macrophage activty has been tested. It is a functioning product. To monitor the exact effects of GcMAF, we are currently running our own small trials to gain some more experience, but the plan is to make it available for the public at an affordable price. Officially there are no doctors involved in this project. If and when we would be able to send someone GcMAF, they would have to work together with their current physician or a nurse to administer the (first) injection and to monitor your progress.
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Offline aferstilo

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Re: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2010, 01:13:45 PM »
this moslikely is the cure to all those horrible diseases but of course we are a greedy world and a cure for what makes pharmas most the money isnt a choice right now. if you guys come accross an email or number i can call to see how i would go aobut trying to enter one of the trials for this let me know
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Offline Boze

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Re: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2010, 01:44:26 PM »
this moslikely is the cure to all those horrible diseases but of course we are a greedy world and a cure for what makes pharmas most the money isnt a choice right now. if you guys come accross an email or number i can call to see how i would go aobut trying to enter one of the trials for this let me know

What about Global Warming, can this help?
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Apr10 - cd4 600
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Aug 10 - UD, CD4 810, 52%
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Offline Bobitalia

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Re: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases
« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2010, 10:37:02 PM »
GcMAF - a promising treatment for Cancer & other illnesses
Monday, 15 March 2010 14:12    The first research was published in 1993 and since then many papers have appeared indicating GcMAF cured Cancer and eradicated HIV by simply activating the immune system.

Hundreds of scientists have worked on this and related projects, but studies are still only small scale and the researchers are not making GcMAF available to the public. Part of the problem is that the most visible researcher, Dr. Nobuto Yamamoto in Philadelphia USA, filed a GcMAF patent and that seems to have scared most off.

In our research section, we have compiled an overview of published research. Feel free to browse and look for more information elsewhere. Please read our Controversy reports for more information as to why GcMAF is not available for the public. A handful of cancer clinics do use GcMAF.

How does it work?

In a healthy person macrophages in our bloodstream scour our bodies and kill malignancies; they get the message to go on the attack from Gc MAF, which is converted from Gc Protein. But malignant cells like cancer send out an enzyme called Nagalase that stops conversion of Gc protein to Gc MAF (Macrophage Activating Factor); so the macrophages never get the message to go into action – in this way cancer suppresses the immune system, and cancer cells grow unchecked. Research indicates it works the same way with HIV.

A precis of the process is to extract Gc Protein from blood; modify it outside the body to become the missing Gc-MAF, and inject it once a week for 22 weeks. (Some encapsulated tumours require additional treatment. Some types of cancer may require longer treatment.)

Activated macrophages also reverse other diseases that attack the immune system. Therefore GcMAF is not only a potential treatment for Cancer but also for conditions like Osteoporosis, Aids, Hodgkin’s, Lupus, MS, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, various bacterial and viral infections and various types of Immune dysfunction.

Small trials to build the case are now taking place in Belgium, The Netherlands and the UK.

Patients diagnosed with any of these illnesses or who are otherwise convinced of the benefits of GcMAF for their health and who have done their own research on it  are invited to respond. To assist the project we would appreciate receiving a copy of diagnostic information and update reports from a physician during and after treatments, to help build the case that GcMAF is a cure for various illnesses, which will help to make it available to the public. Participants are free to stop at any time.

If you as a patient are interested in GcMAF, and you live within the geographical triangle of Rotterdam, Brussels and London, please feel free to contact us.
http://www.gcmaf.eu/info/

Offline xman

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Re: GcMAF macrophages also act against other pathogens/diseases
« Reply #5 on: June 13, 2010, 11:11:19 PM »
According to the website you posted, a cure for cancer and HIV is ignored and kept away since 1993 and that eradication of HIV occured in patients who received this experimental treatment.

Do you know that insurance companies in the United States are paying billions of dollars to keep infected folks on treatment? I guess they would be happy if all this would stop to save all this money. For that reason, and for the fact that most of the americans don't receive adeguate medical care, the actual Health system in USA is in a heavy and serious crisis.

Sure Obama is making a reform but still too many people aren't treated as they should. Taking all this in account, I don't think that a cure, if available, could be ignored or halted to keep high the profits of Big Pharma. Do you think a long term therapy with the current regimens is sustainable for the next 30 years?

Additionally many biocompanies are investing many dollars to pass their products thru the phases needed for approval. I don't think they are throwing away their money.
« Last Edit: June 13, 2010, 11:17:30 PM by xman »
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we can make a difference and we need to fight. please support them! it doesn't cost you anything. they need it now more than ever!

 


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