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Latent Viruses, Disease, and Treatment

1. Q. What is a latent virus?
A. Many of the most common viruses stay in the body forever. These viruses are found in two stages: active and latent. Most of the time these viruses are latent. This means that the virus is almost asleep. It produces only a few of its proteins, and replicates on a small scale. In fact, when the virus is latent, it is not causing the usual symptoms. However, research shows that over time, this "half-asleep" virus can cause major diseases, such as cancer, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and many more. The following three scientific papers, by Hanan Polansky and Adrian Javaherian from the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD), explain how latent viruses can cause two types of cancer and accelrated aging.

Latent viruses can cause Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Latent EBV can cause Classic Hodgkin Lymphoma

Latent CMV can accelerate aging and cause age-related diseases

2. Q. Which viruses can become latent?
A. Many of the viruses that infect almost everyone can become latent. For instance, common viruses such as EBV, CMV, the herpes viruses, HPV, the hepatitis viruses, and many more, can become latent.

3. Q. Why is a latent virus dangerous?
A. Latent viruses are genetic parasites. This means that they take away resources from human genes. As a result, the human genes cannot produce their proteins. When this happens, the cell starts to behave in strange ways, such as replicating without stopping, which leads to the formation of a tumor.

4. Q. How do I know if I am infected with a latent virus?
A. You can get a blood test. The most common test measures the viral load indirectly. They measure the concentration of the antibodies that your body produced to defend itself against the viruses in your body. There also are tests that measure the concentration of the virus directly. These tests are called PCR and they measure the concentration of viral DNA. If you want to know which viruses you have in your body, go to your doctor and ask for such blood tests.

5. Q. What should I do if I am infected with a latent virus?
A. You should boost the efficiency of your immune system. Helping your immune system to effectively target the latent viruses can help reduce their number, which will decrease the risk of developing a major disease.

6. Q. How can I boost my immune system?
A. First, stop doing things that damage your immune system. For example, if you smoke, stop smoking. Secondly, you need to remember that there are no FDA approved drugs that specifically boost the immune system against latent viruses. However, there are two natural remedies, Novirin and Gene-Eden-VIR, which were specifically designed to help the immune system target latent viruses.

7. Q. Why should I trust that Novirin or Gene-Eden-VIR are the right products for me?
A. Both of these products have a natural formula that was tested in clinical studies. Moreover, the results of these clinical studies were reviewed by medical experts, and published in leading medical journals. These studies found that the formula of Gene-Eden-VIR and Novirin is safe and effective against five viruses, herpes, HPV, EBV, CMV, and hepatitis infections. The following are links to the two clinical studies.

Clinical study showing that Gene-Eden-VIR and Novirin are a safe and effective treatment against viruses

Clinical study showing that Gene-Eden-VIR and Novirin increase physical and mental performance

8. Q. What is the difference between the products?
A. Both products have the same ingredients. The difference between the two is that Novirin has higher quality, more expensive ingredients than Gene-Eden-VIR.

9. Q. Where can I buy these products?
A. You can buy them on the Gene-Eden-VIR or Novirin websites.

John S. Boyd, Ph.D.
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease, or CBCD (see http://www.cbcd.net/) Rochester, NY

The CBCD is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that specializes in researching the biology of chronic disease. "The biology of chronic disease" means the original disruption that causes the disease, and the sequence of events that lead from the original disruption to the development of clinical symptoms. The CBCD hopes that once the biology is clear, pharmaceutical and biotech companies will be able to formulate drugs that reverse the effects of the disruption, and therefore cure the disease, or even block the original disruption, and therefore prevent the disease from developing in healthy individuals.

The CBCD conducted the clinical study that tested the safety and effectiveness of Gene-Eden-VIR.


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