Jumat, 30 Mei 2008

Re: [cancercured] Re: Oops...shingles


I doubt these people were truly cured. How does someone determine if a
patient is cured? Did they do a blood test to determine that the
patient no longer had the antibodies? Or, did they only base their
"cure" on the fact that there were no more outbreaks...that they could
measure? Hepres lies dormant for decades, sometimes. Or, outbreaks
become so minimal they are not noticed by the patient. I strongly doubt
that these people were cured without there being some sort of clinical


On Fri, 30 May 2008 11:46:36 -0000, "comdyne2002" <comdyne@intcom.net>
> There is a cure for herpes. It was developed by an Italian doctor
> back in the 1950s. He cured cases of genital herpes by injecting
> ozone gas into the portal vein. All cases cleared but one had a
> relapse which he felt was re-infection.
> An American named Klenner used IV vitamin C in continuous drips over
> a 36 hour period to rid the body of the virus. The herpes family of
> viruses hide out in the nerve sheaths and are thus very difficult to
> reach. High dosage sodium ascorbate at levels in excess of several
> hundred grams daily are required. It is very difficult to find a
> doctor who will treat you as it is considered risky and is outside
> the boundaries that scare most doctors who will not run past the goal
> posts for fear of litigation or negative peer review.
Arlyn Grant


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