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Fudenberg announces Trasfer Factor success with AIDS

Arthur James Lanigan aj at scsn.net
Thu Mar 2 14:40:56 EST 1995

     Professor Hugh Fudenberg, MD, world renowned immunologist
and pioneer developer of Transfer Factor, announces an AIDS
protocol breakthrough that may change the course of immune
research in AIDS and other immunodysfunctional diseases. 
"According to my research in treating AIDS patients, Antigen
Specific Transfer Factor for the HIV virus turns on the Cytotoxic
Cell and helps control the spread of the virus."
     In two recent cases under this evolving protocol, the
patients have gone from PCR positive to PCR negative.  Dr.
Anthony Fauci, Director of the AIDS Division of NIH has confirmed
in a recent news interview "that the T8 plus cell may be more
important than drugs in the treatment of the AIDS virus."  Dr.
Fudenberg does not put great weight on the T4 cell count, for
example.  He tends to look at how functional the various immune
cells are and how well they are interacting with one another.
(CD28, CD38 & CD56/16)  Recently a patient with a T4 count below
10 was introduced to this protocol.  In addition to increase of
appetite, energy and general feeling of better health, his T4
count is moving up and PCR titers are moving down, indicating
positive response to this strategy.
     Dr. Fudenberg will be guest lecturing to the Academy of
Orthomolecular Medicine on March 4, 1995 at the Airport Hilton,
San Francisco, CA.  The title of the lecture will be:  Antigen
Specific Transfer Factor in the Treatment of AIDS and other
Incurable Diseases".  New positions are welcome to attend & join
the Academy.

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