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BIRM - Biological Immune Response Modulator

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Andrew, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Senior Member

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    My urologist told me to look into BIRM. I don't think he was endorsing it, just saying that it's an emerging area of interest for prostate cancer. One thing that caught my attention was this comment:

    IOW, someone is taking it seriously.

    I also found this interesting:

    I'm posting this because CFS people get cancer and CFS people are looking for immune stuff. I realize this is a long shot, but it is sort of interesting.
  2. Lily

    Lily *Believe*

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    Interesting for sure. Thanks for posting, Andrew.
  3. caledonia

    caledonia

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    This sounds similar to Avemar, which is fermented wheat germ extract.
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    Although I am a `bit' late in responding to this article - I hope others are still discovering it, and that Andrew sees my response, because I cannot express my gratitude adequately enough, for the posting of this information.

    I've been looking at the causal links between ME/CFS and Cancer and simultaneously working on radically improving my diet for it to contain much more raw-based, `purer' food products to not only improve my gut flora and the digestion of nutrients, that plays such a vital role in good immune function but to but to improve my lymphatic functioning+reduce the number of toxins my poor dysfunctioning immune system has to process before it even gets to the more significant elimination stages, in the hope that I can give it a fighting chance to fundamentally heal at a cellular level.

    On reading all the site info - BIRM has been the first product to significantly tick all all the right boxes of my self-medication (through natural plant and food resources) objectives, as I have had extreme physiological reactions through MCS and allergies to standard medicines prescribed to me & alongside noticing major differences in the number of infections and colds I succumb to, and how specific food stuffs inhibit proper digestive functioning and bring me out in things like very painful hives, if I reintroduce them after first eliminating them completely eg commercial cane sugar, which creates a very acid stomach environment etc - so this now makes sense for me to invest financially in trying a product, after looking at many, many sites promising to cure me but without sufficient biological research and testing to convince me they've not just seen me coming..! and the dollar/pound signs are rolling in their eyes :)

    so I intend to order this product online for myself, once the site's technicians have finished updating the online retail shopping cart system, at: www.bioimmunewonder.com

    I am concerned, having known a lot of people in my family and amongst friends who have been diagnosed with cancer, that information about this significant breakthrough in BIRM research and treatment - reaches as many people as possible. I have to be honest - my faith was dwindling - but this has given me a renewed sense of optimism that there are answers out there, perhaps even a cure and that the more people like Edwin Cevallos Arellano, MD, are out there working hard to get to these answers, the closer we will get to a cure for this devastating illness.
    Sterling work!
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    What's in this stuff ? Can't see any ingredients on the site.

    Jenny
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  8. I'm so glad there are more and more discoveries about ways to tackle prostate cancer. It's such a scary disease and I fear for my elder sister sometimes. I have heard that it's important to have a prostate-healthy diet so we do cook things with tomatoes, onions, and soy, which I've heard are good for prostates.

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