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Re: Transfer factors-something I wish I heard of before
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Published: 6 years ago
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Re: Transfer factors-something I wish I heard of before

That's interesting.

Once site says, "Transfer factors are tiny molecules found in colostrum which provide "immune knowledge" from a mother's immune system to her baby used in recognizing and fighting outside threats.

Those interested in TFs will also be interested in GcMAF and the related MAF314. They are both related to colostrum.

These are being used for those with cancer and viruses.

You could search youtube for Dr M Ruggiero and for GcMAF.

GcMAF and related therapies will revolutionize medicine.

50 yrs from now people will laugh at us for using chemotherapy and radiation rather than GcMAF and enzyme therapy--Drs Beard, Kelly, Gonzalez--for cancer.


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