Stronger Immune System in a New Study with Gene-Eden, a Natural Antiviral Supplement that Targets Chronic Viruses

By Linda Coors

A new scientific study points to a natural way for improving the immune system. According to an article published in the journal Acta Oncologica, treatment with the natural antiviral supplement Gene-Eden returned the number of immune cells to normal levels in a pancreatic cancer patient with a weak immune system. The study was conducted at the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease by Hanan Polansky and Ido Dafni. Acta Oncologica is a leading scientific journal in clinical oncology and related disciplines, and the official journal of the five Nordic oncological societies.

Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease. Almost no one recovers from it. In United States alone, physicians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases of pancreatic cancer each year, and more than 35,000 die from it annually. The known treatments are mostly ineffective. Although doctors try surgical removal of the tumor (for a localized tumor), chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, less than 5 out of a 100 patients are still alive 5 years from diagnosis.

The patient in the study was a 61 years old female, who was diagnosed with an inoperable pancreatic tumor. After two months of chemotherapy, which had no effect on the tumor growth, yet caused a sharp decline the number of immune cells, the treatment was replaced with a second-line chemotherapy, which is used for relieving symptoms rather than shrinking tumor. In addition, the patient was treated with Gene-Eden. Five weeks later, to the great surprise of the medical staff, a CT scan and some blood tests showed that the tumor shrank by 34%, and that the number of immune cells returned normal levels!

Gene-Eden is a broad range antiviral supplement that targets viruses during their latent or chronic phase. The development of Gene-Eden was inspired by Hanan Polansky's discovery of the Starved Gene phenomenon. According to Polansky, common viruses, such as the Hepatitis Virus, (Hep B virus, Hep C virus, HBV, HCV), Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV), and Cytomegalovirus (CMV), to name a few, are genetic parasites. After they plant themselves in the nucleus, they "steal" needed resourced from the human genes. The starved human genes produce less proteins, such as Retinoblastoma (Rb) and BRCA1, and the cell can no longer control its rate of replication. The result is excessive cell replication and development of tumors.

For a more detailed explanation of the Starved Gene discovery, specifically formulated for the general public, see

The Starved Gene discovery teaches us that chronic viruses can cause many major diseases, including pancreatic cancer. It also shows us that an antiviral treatment against chronic viruses should be effective in treating these diseases. According to the authors, the results of this study confirm the discovery. They show that that by targeting the chronic viruses in the patient's body, Gene-Eden can improve the patient's condition, to the great surprise of those unfamiliar with Dr. Polansky's discovery.

Study: "Gene-Eden, a broad range, natural antiviral supplement, may shrink tumors and strengthen the immune system" Hanan Polansky, Ido Dafni. Acta Oncologica; Posted online on 8 Jan 2010. - 32498

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Tattoos Are Cool - Getting a Disease Isn't!

By Trevor Jones

To tattoo someone, a needle that moves at fast speeds, is employed to deliver ink, permeating the outer layers of skin. The needles break the skin, and put in dots of ink into the 3rd layer, producing the image of the tattoo design under the skin. Anytime you are having a tattoo, good sense and a bit of safety are invariably the most important considerations. Considering A Tattoo? - Follow Some Simple Precautions

When having a tattoo, most people fear getting the virus known as HIV, which can lead to the dreadful AIDS virus. However, this is only one of many infections that can be assigned to tattooing. Staphylococcus, hepatitis, syphilis and tuberculosis, are all but a few of the other diseases that can result from tattoos. All it takes is a dirty or unhygienic needle and you could wind up contracting one of the deadly viruses named above.

Just like other pursuits, tattooing can be very hazardous. Although tattooing is indeed dangerous, there are ways that you can reduce or get rid of the potential dangers. Tattoo artists have to be certified and ensure they conform to strict regulations involving the sterility of their equipment and place of work.

The equipment a qualified tattoo artist uses ought to be sterilized each time it is used. Tattoo guns and needles are sterilized using steam pressure autoclaves. Bleach and alcohol do not sterilize the equipment - they are instead employed to prepare the equipment. As soon as the bleach and alcohol have been used on the instruments, they will then be autoclaved, which will sterilize them.

When the tattoo artist does the tattoo, he should invariably wear rubber gloves that can easily be disposed of. The ointment spreaders and any kind of rags that are used should also be throwaway. Check the studio floor, since it too should be clean. The tattoo booths ought to also be entirely clean and hygienic.

Before the tattooist begins the tattoo, he should always give each customer a fresh set of needles. Then, he should invariably dip the needle in a small cap of pigment that he just withdrew from a large squeezable bottle. If the artist dips the needle into the big bottle, you might very well be sharing fluids with those who have had tattoos from that corresponding big bottle.

Safety should always be your foremost concern when having a tattoo. Serious infections are very simple to contract with unsterilized equipment and could create a great deal of distress. Check very carefully, any tattoo parlor you are thinking of utilizing and ensure it meets health and safety standards.

Your ultimate health and safety are at issue here so never ever consider a tattoo parlor simply based on price, if so you could be setting yourself up for all sorts of problems later. The last thing you want is to contract a serious health problem. - 32498

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