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Viral Infection: What is a Cure?; polyDNA Adds New Webpage to Buy-Gene-Eden.com
Date:7/18/2013

Rochester, NY (PRWEB) July 18, 2013

In recent months, polyDNA has received many E-mails and letters asking if Gene-Eden-VIR, a natural antiviral oral supplement, can cure their infection. To answer this, and related questions, polyDNA updated its website.

The following is an excerpt from a new webpage entitled “Viral Infection: What is a Cure?”

“To start with, it is beneficial to understand that infection with a virus, is ‘caused by the presence of a virus in the body. ... The vast majority of human viral infections can be effectively fought by the body's own immune system...’(Medterms.com) (1)

‘Skin, the largest body organ, provides both a physical and a chemical barrier against the outside world. The skin forms a protective layer that completely wraps around the body, shielding blood vessels, nerves, muscles, organs, and bones.’ (humanillness.com) (2) Skin is normally the body's first line of defense against viruses.

However, many viruses have learned how to penetrate this first line of defense. In fact, the CDC says that these viruses are transmitted through ‘... skin that looks normal.’ (3)

Think of two armies, one is trying to protect a piece of land, and the other is trying to invade and conquer. The protecting army is the immune system, and the invading army is the virus. If the immune system army is capable of preventing the virus army from establishing a post, or a ‘beach head,’ on the immune system's territory, then the immune system has won.

Another case is where the invading viral army is able to conquer a small piece of the land and bring it under its control. Let us call this piece of land the home base. Scientists call this case viral latency. Most of the land is free of foreign soldiers, but from time to time, some foreign soldiers sneak out of the home base and attack local targets. The observed damages that these foreign soldiers inflict on local target
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