The Nagalase Blood Test and GcMAF
What if there was a blood test you could get that would tell you if you were starting to develop cancer or a virus at the earliest stages? So early that it could be easily stopped in its tracks? What if it was so easy to do it was part of a yearly physical? Think of the impact it would have on health care in this country and around the world. Think about how many lives could be spared needless suffering and death. This would be a dream come true, a grand discovery, even worthy of the Nobel Prize. Well folks, guess what? There is! It's called (alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase) AKA Nagalase. It's a blood test developed by Dr. N. Yamamoto who spent decades studying and researching the mechanics of cancer cell growth and our immune system.
Nagalase measures a enzyme that only cancer cells and viruses develop that literally cripples and shuts down macrophages. Macrophages are the part of your immune system that gobble up bad guys. This destructive enzyme called Nagalase allows these viral villains and caustic cancers to grow and spread undetected. The presence of Nagalase tells you that microscopic cancer cells or virus particles are in your body. The Nagalase test can detect these villains 8 to 10 years before it can be seen as a tumor on our most sensitive and current cancer marker/blood tests in use today. Dr. Yamamoto also discovered that you can use this test to measure the effectiveness of any type of therapy that was being used for treatment. If the Nagalase went up that means cancer or virus is progressing. If it went down it means cancer and virus is being effectively treated and you're on the right track! The test can be ordered today and is only about $87.00 USD. It takes about 6 weeks to get the results. So what if you test positive for Nagalase. What do you do then? This brings us to talk about GcMAF.
GcMAF is a human protein. Our body makes it by removing two of three sugar molecules from vitamin D to create GcMAF. In a healthy individual the GcMAF attaches to our immune cells ( T and B lymphocytes ) commanding the immune system into action by directing Macrophages to attack and engulf various pathogens (bacteria, fungus, molds, virus, cancer). The Nagalase protein that is created by cancer cells and virus goes through the body with stealth precision and wipes out GcMAF that is found on the surface of B and T lymphocytes with stealth precision. Nagalase never misses it target. That's how it completely deactivates our immune system so effectively, leaving the Macrophages completely helpless to fight infection and growing cancers.
Fortunately, GcMAF can be isolated from healthy human serum and can be used to re-activate the immune system. GcMAF is a weekly sub Q injection using a 0.3ml insulin syringe. You can give it to yourself in the privacy of your home. It is now available in the USA and Europe. Cancer patients may need therapy for 8 to 18 months depending on the stage and severity of the disease. Those with HIV, Hepatitis, Lyme, chronic fatigue, and Autism, the course of treatment will vary, but 4 to 8 months should be expected. Many other conditions can be treated with this therapy as well. For a comprehensive free online book on this subject go to www.GcMAF.timsmithmd.com