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Discovery Yields Cure for the Common Cold and the Flu
Date:3/3/2009

PHOENIX, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The cold and flu season is upon us again. This year millions of people in the United States will suffer from the flu and some will even die from it. The latest victim was a young man from Tucson, Arizona. However, this year a small firm in Phoenix, Arizona comes to the rescue. This firm, GlycoMeds, recently filed for patent protection on a new line of cold and flu products.

Unlike all of the competing cold and flu products on the market today that just treat symptoms, GlycoMeds' product actually kills cold and flu virus within a few hours, which automatically eliminates all symptoms. In independent testing these products have been shown to be hundreds of times more effective at killing cold and flu virus then the most potent anti-viral prescription medications known.

These products are called Broad Spectrum Anti-Viral agents by the firm's CEO, Dr. Roger Brown. When asked what Broad Spectrum meant he said, "Our product has been shown to be extremely effective against killing most Group 5 virus within a few hours. Group 5 virus includes the Common Cold, Influenza Types A and B, RSV and other ssRNA virus."

Dr. Brown said that their product works so fast that it required a whole new definition of "getting well" to understand what is going on. Dr. Brown explained that even though their product kills all of the virus within a few hours it takes the body a day or longer to repair all of the damage the virus did and to remove all of the waste products from the body before you are back to normal and feel fine. During this time the body is spending most of its resources in repair and so one feels a bit listless or tired out until the body's repair and clean-up phase is finished.

These new products have no known side effects or any adverse long-term effects and they can be taken by anyone. Human testing has shown that one small capsule can kill a whole body viral infe
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