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Which would be stronger/better for hard to get at infections, oral mms or UBI blood treatment?

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Interesting you ask this... In the next few weeks I will be interviewing a doctor who does UBI...

Any questions you want me to ask? I doubt he knows about MMS.
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Timing...

To know as much as possible about it, layman terms.

I would like to know what it is good for, besides the general "infections" belief.

What are some of the biggest "I didn't think it could help/would do that" the Dr. witnessed.

If the Dr. thinks that the UBI treated blood can get at/to infections/problems that
other treatments cant.

That might be a good start.
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I plan on asking him about MRSA
as well as infections that have pockets or foci or fistula that might normally require surgery for removal.

I am also going to ask him what he thinks it does for the immune system overall
and for how long that effect may endure
If it is helpful to any type of cancer.
If any drugs are used in its implementation, like heparin.
How many treatments are needed for a critical pneumonia or flu
cost
aside from its pathogen fighting capabilites if it will promote longevity

whats the most serious disease he has seen it cure
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I plan on asking him about MRSA
as well as infections that have pockets or foci or fistula that might normally require surgery for removal.
Not to change threads but my root canal tooth that you said had "pockets of foci" for the infection to live, I wonder if this could be another option? There is a clinic near me that I hear does UBI, I will try to get an appointment and discuss with the Dr. there and let you know what he says and hopefully it will be positive and I can give it a try and report the results...would be nice if it was that simple of a cure.
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Not sure but I suspect that injections of ozone into the gum would be better. The problem when you have a pocket of infection is getting the medicine in. with UVB the blood is treated and it cannot enter into the pocket of infection where there is no vascularity. It would be good probably for any infection that has access to vascularity.

I can ask him about root canals... I am planning an interview with him the 1st week in December.
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Thanks Arrow, will be curious what he says
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I plan on asking him about MRSA
as well as infections that have pockets or foci or fistula that might normally require surgery for removal.

I am also going to ask him what he thinks it does for the immune system overall
and for how long that effect may endure
If it is helpful to any type of cancer.
If any drugs are used in its implementation, like heparin.
How many treatments are needed for a critical pneumonia or flu
cost
aside from its pathogen fighting capabilites if it will promote longevity

whats the most serious disease he has seen it cure

Excellent!
I'm really interested in UBI & can't wait to hear his answers.
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Interesting you ask this... In the next few weeks I will be interviewing a doctor who does UBI...

Any questions you want me to ask? I doubt he knows about MMS.
Did you ever get the chance to interview the UBI doc Arrow?
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