As if things were not bad enough with bacteria mutating left and right and becoming more and more resistant to our available antibiotics, now there is a newly discovered GENE that makes any bacteria resistant to nearly every known antibiotic and it has the capability to transfer to other bacterial species!
Antibiotic resistance bugs are a growing problem worldwide and include such superbugs as C.Dificile and Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and now Carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae (CRKP).
At least 90,000 Americans a year supper potentially deadly infections from some sort of drug resistant staph superbug – I think this is most likely very under reported by the medical community. Far too often they do not even consider a resistant infection until it is too late and then it is not something even the medical examiner considers as the primary cause in most cases.
This new gene, know by the name of NDM-1 has been detected in a number of countries around the world including Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the United States and Sweden. Most recently it was detected in 37 people that had gotten surgery in India or Pakistan.
Fortunately, so far, it has been found mostly in the E. coli bacteria, but is located on a part of the genome that is easily copied and shared between different bacterial species.
Bacteria actually "learn" how to protect themselves from an outside threat such as an anti-biotic. And they can and do communicate that information between themselves and even to other species. After all, any sort of life wants to propagate and survive and bacteria is no exception.
The potential exists to be the next great medical problem around the world. Imagine if doctors have to treat multiple infections caused by the gene and all of them are drug resistant.
Their tract record with just a few is not good and offers little hope for the patient who is fighting one of them.
Fortunately, nature has offered a better solution for many than the drug industry. Dr. Josling’s Alligin has demonstrated that it is very effective in helping the body to combat many different drug resistant types of infections especially MRSA types. Since the medical community has little to offer and the drug companies are doing even less to develop any new forms of antibiotics that even have a possibility of being effective, each of us is left to our own best devices and need to take matters into our own hands.
I urge you to look at Dr. Josling’s products and make your own decision.