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Promising Cure to URTI Pandemics, Including the Avian Flu (H5N1): Has the Final Solution to the Coming Plagues Been Discovered? (Part II)

  title={Promising Cure to URTI Pandemics, Including the Avian Flu (H5N1): Has the Final Solution to the Coming Plagues Been Discovered? (Part II)},
  author={Eric Gordon and Kent Holtorf},
BACKGROUND: Recently Rentz (2003) published a convincing retrospective, peer-reviewed treatise on a highly advanced, effective and safe virotoxic oligodynamic silver (Ag+) hydrosol, making the case that it is the agent of choice to combat SARS.1 The works of Goetz (1940),2 Berger et al (1976),3 Simonetti et al (1992),4 Russel et al (1994),5 and Crocker and Grier (1998)6 collectively established that electrolytically produced oligodynamic Ag+ hydrosol provides the ideal speciation of bioactive… 
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