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Tuberculosis Immunotherapy Grant for Immunoxel Honibe Honey Lozenges
Date:2/3/2013

ibition of tubercle bacilli growth by honey. There are also published clinical studies showing its benefit in healing tuberculous lesions and counteracting the toxicity of TB drugs. “Remarkable anti-TB activity resulted from once-daily dose of herbal honey lozenge. It is likely that the combination of Immunoxel with honey produced synergistic effect observed in our trial. The goal of the future study, to be funded by CRDF, is to confirm our preliminary findings, so that we have an easy-to-administer tableted form of TB immunotherapy,” concluded Volodymyr Pylypchuk, Director General of Kiev-based Ekomed.

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