Re: Scientists ID natural flu-fighting protein
- From: Mark Probert <mark.probert@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:26:49 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 18, 11:28 am, "trigonometry1...@xxxxxxxxx |"
On Dec 17, 4:08 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital researchers
said the proteins block most virus particles from infecting a cell at
the earliest stage in the virus life cycle. The researchers said they
also found one protein protects against several human viruses,
including H1N1, other influenza A strains, West Nile virus and dengue
RealScience by RealScientists (not Mercola, etc.)
Careful here, this seems perilously close to cathelicidin and vitamin
You can't been seen having any part of that as that might
suggest Cannell's clinical observation is correct that high
dose vitamin D increases innate immune function and greatly
reduces the odds of influenza infection.
Pubmed is broken today so no abstracts..................Trig
Get out your virtual screw driver.
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