Chronic Infections: Jaw Dropping Stats
Did you know that 17 million Americans (a very conservative number) are afflicted with CHRONIC infections that doctors are having a hard time managing? Annual death rates are 550,000 which is 30 times more than AIDS deaths, and the cost of managing chronic bacterial infection is as high as $94 Billion in medical costs! What’s going on and why are people not getting better?
You maybe wondering why you don’t get well after receiving medical treatment. Your infection reappears over and over again with little resolve. There’s a reason for the occurrence that few people know about. Watch these videos…
Biofilm development is a major problem. If you don’t know what biofilm is, Dr. Bill Costerton discusses bacterial infections and the role of biofilms.
As Dr. Costerton noted, biofilms need to be broken down slowly and it does take time for a healing process; he is hoping that in the future the FDA will approve something for biofilms. In the meantime, if you’re interested in a natural source of breaking down biofilms, you can read a previous post that I did on Enzymes Strike Infections Down. For those who are into Rife and frequency machines there’s plenty of research on the internet about devices for experimentation purposes.
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