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    Posted July 31, 2014 by
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    Hope for an Ebola Virus Cure

     

    Aethlon Medican several years ago received a US government contract to build a device that removes unwanted and dangerous micro particles from the blood. This approach is necessary with Ebola because, Ebola during the 21 day infestation period destroys the immune system.

     

    This makes it very difficult for the body to destroy the virus. An effective blood filtration system can help destroy the virus, without introducing new toxins to the body.

     

    Everyone can help stop the spread of the virus by signing the White House petition at: http://wh.gov/lzQNn

     

    The developer of the blood filtering device proclaims on their website that their ADAPT System provides the basis for a new class of therapeutics that target the selective removal of disease enabling particles from the entire circulatory system.

     

    With the spread of Ebola certain, will this device be sent to the infected areas of Africa to deal with the spreading Ebola virus? The US gov has the rights to use it, why not send it to Africa.

     

    Above is a chart with the Andrews Pitchfork drawn. The value of the stock of this company will exceed the upper line, if their product provides a cure for Ebola.

     

    This investor bought some this morning.

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