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Nod wrote at 2013-02-08 03:12:11
Try colloidal silver. Sovereign Silver is the brand I use. I use it for recurring sinus infections, and it works like a charm. Can be taken systemically, and applied topically.

All those anti-biotics your friend is taking is killing his good bacteria alongside the bad.. He should be taking pro-biotic with meals to protect his guts.

I am just a guy with a chronic sinus condition treated successfully with colloidal silver...And let me tell you, before I found it I was DESPERATE for a solution. Pill pushers didn't help me. I helped myself.


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I can answer questions about T cell function, immunization, or general immune function including "the immune system gone bad" - autoimmune diseases like Juvenile Diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus. I'm less specialised in AIDS but if it's a specific T cell question, I'm your girl.


I'm a research scientist and university lecturer in Immunology, and I regularly publish peer-reviewed papers. I'm not a medical doctor but I can provide information on how or why the immune system does what it does. Education/Credentials: PhD

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