Recently Dr.Rob Robertson M.D has sent me an article and i decided to post it here
who is DR .Rob?
Doctor Rob Robertson M.D. is a former Emergency Room Physician who partnered his future with 4Life™ because of his excitement about Transfer Factor™. Dr. Robertson attended the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He served from 1977 to 1994 as the Director of Emergency Services at Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah, Kentucky.
here is what he wrote regarding swine flu:
Startling news is breaking hourly about a new, mutated strain of the H1 N1 influenza virus, which was first reported in Mexico. The virus, common in pigs, has mutated so that it now has the ability to infect humans and is transmitted by contact or by coughing and sneezing.
The mutated H1 N1 strain has never been seen before. Therefore, human immune systems don’t have the ability to recognize it. This leaves the human population vulnerable to developing what has been referred to as “Swine Flu”. Health authorities are already sounding alarms about the very real possibility of the swine flu reaching epidemic or possibly pandemic proportions. (A pandemic illness is one, which spreads over a wide geographic area and affects a large proportion of the population.) The 1918 “Spanish Flu” was a pandemic of Biblical proportions and caused an estimated 50,000,000 deaths worldwide with over 500,000 of those being in the United States.
While there are now antiviral medications available, which weren’t yet discovered in 1918, if the numbers of cases began to reach the level of the 1918 pandemic, it is recognized that the supply of medication wouldn’t be sufficient to treat the vast majority of those who became infected. There are several precautions, which one can take to hopefully not contract the swine flu, which include frequent washing of hands, keeping the hands away from the face, coughing or sneezing into a tissue, which should be disposed of, and the avoidance of crowds in any area where the illness has been reported. Research scientists also recognize that the best defense against contracting any illness, including viral illnesses such as influenza, is to have a healthy, vital and responsive immune system.
A simple thing that everyone can do is take Transfer Factors. Transfer Factors have the ability to augment one’s immune system’s responsiveness through stimulation of our first line of defense, natural killer cells. Recent research has also revealed that Transfer Factors positively affect our humoral immune system, which produces antibodies against invading pathogens. The consumption of Transfer Factors during this potential pandemic of the swine flu would appear to be a reasonable and recommended course of action to best avert what could possibly be an infection with high morbidity and mortality. for more information about Transfer Factor watch this video How to boost your immune system with Transfer Factor.