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Inventor of PCR Invents Customizable Pathogen Eliminator

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by leela, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. leela

    leela Slow But Hopeful

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    We MUST get this man to the attention of all the CFS docs, The WPI etc. Does anyone know how?

    There's a transcript, but he's really neat to listen to especially at about 20 mins into the video.
    He's created a way to manipulate the existing immune system so it can attack things it's not already immune to. It is causing the body to immediately overcome anthrax, resistant staph, and others, through a peptide customized specifically for each pathogen, attaching to it like a little flag that says "Eat ME'.
    It seems like a really promising venue of treatment! Let's get the word out...He should start working on XMRV and all our other pathogens.

    http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/mullis10/mullis10_index.html
     
  2. Sean

    Sean Senior Member

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    leela Slow But Hopeful

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    Well, whatever his personal belief system, I'm still impressed by the process he describes to eliminate pathogens. The description of how instantly it cured anthrax leaves me hopeful and excited for a new era of treatment. Tricking the pathogens into announcing their presence seems like genus with a twist of irony!

    Also, I can't argue with this quote:
    "He believes that 'Science is being practiced by people who are dependent on being paid for what they are going to find out,' not for what they actually produce."
     

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