29th Jun 2008

How Immunocal escaped big pharma

Breakthrough In Cell-Defense bookIn the beginning… there was a nice researcher named Dr. Gustavo Bounous, M.D., FRCS(C). He, along with Dr. Allan C. Somersall, Ph.D., M.D., wrote this book: Breakthrough In Cell-Defense (see image to the right).

See there on the cover of the book where it says, “How to Benefit from the REAL Glutathione Revolution”? This is the real deal, the genuine article, the one that started it all.

Dr. Bounous discovered how to safely extract the specific protein, from milk, which helps the body produce more glutathione.

He got hooked up with some people who created a business, Immunotec Research. Much research was done on Immunocal; I think they’ve got something like 10 method-of-use patients. I think the stuff had been researched for about a decade before I got involved. Now I’ve been involved for at least a decade. My, how time flies.

Anyway, the goal at that time was to sell the stuff to a big pharmaceutical company so that they could market it as a “drug” and help lots of people.

There are a few problems with this scenario:

  1. Big pharma doesn’t make gazillions of bucks by making you healthy.
  2. A pharmaceutical company is not interested in a natural substance–especially if it makes you healthy.

The people at Immunotec, naturally, didn’t know this. So the deal was all ready. The deal was on the table and ready to transfer all the rights to Immunocal, and all the method-of-use patients, and all the tech on how to safely extract it… everything.

But then… a dramatic miracle happened. This is the kind of thing that only happens in movies or on TV. At the 11th hour, a mystery person called up Immunotec. Someone from the big pharmaceutical company, no one knows who, spilled the beans and let the cat out of the bag. They told of the big pharmaceutical company’s plans to buy Immunocal, and then bury Immunocal forever.

You see, a large pharmaceutical company does not like natural substances—they cannot be patented. Also, it would have been too expensive to manufacture Immunocal. Currently, the cost to make a single pill of a specific drug is around $0.04. That’s four cents. Immunocal, with all of the technology to extract the specific protein, would have been much, much too expensive.

So why were they interested in buying Immunocal and all related technology? So that they could bury it, of course. That way, they would have had more potential customers and less competition.

Big pharma makes money when you’re sick and unhealthy. They get you hooked on some nasty drug. You take the drug and feel worse, or feel the nasty side effects. They say, “Hey, we’ve got a drug for that!” So now you’re taking more drugs. Round and round it goes, and no matter how terrible you feel, the solution is always more drugs!

As a matter of fact, big pharma wants to sell you drugs even when you’re feeling fine, as a “preventive measure”. So no matter how you’re feeling, or no matter how you’re doing, big pharma’s got a drug for you.

Thankfully, Immunotec pulled out of the deal and decided to use network marketing to sell the stuff.

If you want all the technical details on how and why Immunocal is so great for you, read this book:

Title: Breakthrough in Cell-Defense
Authors: Dr. Gustavo Bounous, M.D., FRCS(C), and Dr. Allan C. Somersall, Ph.D., M.D..
ISBN: 978-1890412869
Amazon.com link: Breakthrough in Cell-Defense

Click here to try Immunocal and see what it does for you. The company offers a standard 30-day money-back guarantee: if you don’t like it for any reason, just send back what you haven’t consumed and they’ll give you a refund.

If you’ve noticed a mistake in my article, please let me know.

I hope this helps.

-Hawk

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