The CC Formula Treats Staph Infection – MRSA

Staph infections called methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or commonly known as MRSA.

This antibiotic-resistant staph infection is highly contagious. The CC Treatment has shown remarkable success in treating this infection, additional information can be reviewed here Continue reading

What Is Oxidative Stress And Free Radicals Damage

Oxidation is the cause of Free Radicals, this happens when an electron is knocked out of a chemical bond.

These highly reactive free radicals will interact with and damage healthy molecules. Oxidative stress occurs when the destructive power of free radicals spreads from one cell to surrounding cells inflicting widespread damage.

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Bioavailable Ionic Minerals For Disease Mitigation

The Cancer Cell (CC) Formula is an experimental treatment that is currently being researched on cancer, infectious and other diseases.

This technology targets cells which do not follow the Krebs metabolic cycle by delivering a lethal dose of minerals (zinc and copper) to those cells. Because cancer cells follow an anaerobic, non-Krebs metabolism, it is predicted to target cancer cells precisely.

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Healthcare Associated Infection – How Widespread Is It?

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.

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Antimicrobal Resistance – The CC treatment fights in the war on AMR

Reports and agencies are releasing the newest problem in the world’s health as the number one issue facing this era “Antimicrobial Resistance”.

In a consciously alarming report released by WHO, the agency said, “Without urgent action, we are heading for a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries can once again kill.”

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