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How to Protect Against the Swine Flu Virus: A Personal Experience
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 2, 2009 -- "Everyone is looking for ways to protect themselves against the swine flu virus. Let me tell you about my personal encounter with the virus. About three months ago, I read an article on Dr. Hanan Polansky's book, where he describes his discovery of the relationship between chronic viruses and chronic disease. After I read the article, I started taking Gene-Eden, a broad range antiviral supplement, to reduce the number of chronic viruses in my body. My decision to start taking Gene-Eden had nothing to do with the swine flu virus. However, about two weeks ago, a lady working in my office was diagnosed with the swine flu. The poor lady was struck hard. She stayed in bed for a few days with high fever. She had a sore throat, muscle aches, was coughing, and felt completely drained. I was worried. Since we share the same office, I was certain I was next. About a week and a half ago, I started feeling a tingling in my throat. My first thought was 'Here it comes!' But then I remembered that Gene-Eden targets many viruses. So I carefully read the label on the bottle, and decided to increase my dosage to the highest recommended one, two capsules in the morning and two in the afternoon. I was amazed at the results. The tingling in my throat disappeared, and now, ten days later, I am completely healthy - no swine flu, no soar throat, no fever, nothing. Together, Gene-Eden and I beat the virus, and it surely feels great."
The above testimonial was collected in a study the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease is currently conducting with users of Gene-Eden. In one section, the study asks the participants to share their personal experience with the supplement. The above text is one of these experiences. This experience should not be considered as clinical evidence for the efficacy of the supplement against the swine flue virus.
For more information on Gene-Eden, visit http://www.gene-eden.com/.
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (http://www.cbcd.net) is a non-profit center with a mission to advance the research on the biology of chronic disease and to accelerate the discovery of a cure for these diseases.