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Worried about cancer, and diabetes, and arthritis, and heart disease? Want to do something to protect yourself? Now you can.

On September 21, 2009, the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD), sent out an important press release describing how the most common chronic viruses cause these diseases. The press release starts by quoting Dr. Illa R Singh, an associate professor of pathology at the University of Utah, who said in a recent interview on his study that "for the first time we have analyzed prostate cancer and normal prostate tissue and found cancers are much more likely to have [the chronic XMRV virus]." . "It was also more likely to be present in more aggressive tumors," Singh said. "We found it in 20 percent of the least aggressive tumors and over 45 percent of the most aggressive tumors."

Then the press release reminded us that more and more studies find chronic viruses living in tumors, exactly as predicted by Dr. Hanan Polansky in his highly acclaimed 2003 "purple book." According to Dr. Polansky, a chronic virus is a genetic parasite. In high concentrations, the virus "starves" certain human genes and forces them to behave as if they have been mutated, leading to cancer and other diseases.

The beauty of the press release is in the next section. This section offers a metaphor to help those of us that don't have a solid background in biology. It is asking us to think of the nucleus inside the cell, where the chronic viruses live, as oil extraction machine a field with many flowers. To bear fruits, these flowers need to be pollinated by bees. Now take a chronic virus and think of it as another flower that migrated into this field. The viral flower is also dependent on the bees for pollination. However, the viral flower has a very strong scent and brighter colors. What is the effect of the new flower on the local flowers? The bees, that used to pollinate the local flowers, now hover most of the time over the viral flowers. The result? The production of fruits by the local flowers declines. And since many animals are dependent on these fruits, the entire ecosystem is suffering. The "starved" human genes stop the production of their "fruits," or proteins. In technical terms, we can say that the human genes behave as if they've mutated. (They were not mutated, by to a confused scientist they look like they were!) Now what happens to the host in general? Without the important proteins, the cell starts to behave strangely, and the host starts to show the symptoms of a major disease.

This is how one should explain abstract ideas! This is how you get us interested!

And this beautiful explanation is not the end of it. The press release finishes with an important announcement. As it turns out, the Starved Gene was not just another discovery. It actually led the scientists at oil expeller polyDNA to develop a new dietary supplement that targets many of the most common chronic viruses. To develop the supplement, the scientists used a unique process. First, they downloaded thousands of scientific articles, which were published in scientific journals. Then, they analyzed the content of these articles with their in-house bio-informatics-based computer program. Finally, they used the computer results to identify the natural compounds with the strongest and safest antiviral effect. These compounds were the basic ingredients in the Gene-Eden formulation. Now, this quite an impressive achievement. The polyDNA process produced a nutritional supplement that targets some of the most common viruses, such as Epstein Barr (EBV), Herpes, Hepatitis, Cytomegalovirus (CMV), or Human Papillomavirus (HPV).

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