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Update on "Goat Serum"

March 31st, 2004
Boston Cure Project

The substance derived from goat antibodies previously referred to as Caprivax seems to have had a name change. The product is now called Aimspro, and the company's web site has been updated. Check it out.

Editor's note: The UK based New Pathways magazine (March/April 2004 issue) had a great spread on the Goat Serum treatment known as Caprivax or Aimspro. They don't have the PDF version of the magazine up on their site yet, but it will eventually be here. The article explains how they think it works, results reported by subjects trying it, info on the company making it, Daval International, blurbs from the doctor's using it and the people who have tried it (including Osmond brother Alan).

They say that applications to join the main trial can be sent (only from a GP or neurologist) to: Dr David Barnes, Consultant Neurologist, Atkinson Morley Wing, St George's Hospital, Blackshaw Road, Tooting, London, SW17 0QT. Trial nurses Michelle Hollow and Christine Gregory can be reached at 0208 725 4162.

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