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GcMAF source

Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by Thinktank, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. Thinktank

    Thinktank Senior Member

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    KDM prescribed 25ng/week to me but his clinic can't ship it to Thailand! :( It's only administered on-site.
    Does anyone perhaps know of an equivalent source? I read a comment somewhere a while ago that KDM uses a different kind of GcMAF only shared by one other doc.....
    If anyone knows how i can get my hands on KDM's GcMAF then please let me know.
     
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    Some people contacted me about equivalent sources (thanks!) and i did a bit of research myself.
    There's a Japanese lab/clinic called Saisei Mirai who claims to have created a second generation GcMAF. They also sell regular GcMAF 2 X 2.5ml vials (100ng / 0.5ml) for 64.000 yen ($625 USD) including EMS shipping. That makes 40 X 25ng doses or approx $15 per dose / $60 per month.
    http://www.saisei-mirai.or.jp/gan/macrophage_eng.html

    Their competitor gcmaf.eu / David Noakes is bashing The Japanese GcMAF on various subjects like purity, stability and screening. Why would one attack the competition openly in such a way? Afraid that the competitor will eventually create a superior form of GcMAF? Hence, the Japanese are working together with the guys that discovered the stuff.
    http://www.gcmaf.eu/gcmaf-science/second-generation-gcmaf/
    I'd like to find out more about this debacle so is there anyone here who has used or is using the Japanese regular or second generation GcMAF?
     

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