How Widespread Is The Problem of Hospital Acquired Infections – HAIs ?

Between 5 and 10 percent of all patients contract at least one hospital-acquired infection—also known as a healthcare-associated infection or nosocomial infection—during their stay in an acute care hospital. According to estimates from the National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance (NNIS) system, in 2002, approximately 1.7 million cases of HAIs and 99,000 associated deaths occurred in U.S. hospitals, leading to extra costs of up to $6.5 billion each year. Continue reading

CC Treatment Potential Diseases It May Help

The CC Formula can treat mutated cells, non-functioning cells, and non-typical cell diseases as well as viral, bacterial, and fungal diseases in conjunction with or without other drugs, surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation.  This article lists conditions where users have reported positive results, and list additional conditions where there is a potential for application of the CC Treatment. Continue reading