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Re: MGN3, AHCC, or Transfer Factor?

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Posted 02 August 2003 - 07:57 PM

From: Seraphim <fepatterson@...>
> Does anyone know the difference
> between MGN3 and Transfer Factor?
MGN3's been should to boost killer cell activity much more. I suspect it's hard
to say which is better overall.

> They are both pretty expensive
Yes. I'd use them only if money's not an issue.

> and they both claim to be way better than IP6.
My guess is that they are substantially better.

> Also, where does AHCC fit into this equation?
From what I've heard, it's about equivalent to MGN3 but less expensive; I'd use
AHCC (if money's not a major issue).

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Posted 03 August 2003 - 05:01 AM

Somebody send us this a few months ago:

More information about " AHCC " , the Japanese Medicinal Mushroom Immune
Enhancer,
can be obtained by calling 1-800-860-9583; see if you can talk with Cathleen
Rapp, N.D.

She will mail out some information about this product and how it compares
with MGN-3.

The company's name is -

Pure Prescriptions
Natural Health Solutions
2400 Kettner Blvd.
Suite 237
San Diego, CA 92101
website - www.pureprescriptions.com

Kees braam
webmaster www.kanker-actueel.nl

Re: MGN3, AHCC, or Transfer Factor?


> From: Seraphim <fepatterson@...>
> > Does anyone know the difference
> > between MGN3 and Transfer Factor?
> MGN3's been should to boost killer cell activity much more. I suspect it's
hard
> to say which is better overall.
>
> > They are both pretty expensive
> Yes. I'd use them only if money's not an issue.
>
> > and they both claim to be way better than IP6.
> My guess is that they are substantially better.
>
> > Also, where does AHCC fit into this equation?
> From what I've heard, it's about equivalent to MGN3 but less expensive;
I'd use
> AHCC (if money's not a major issue).
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Get HUGE info at http://www.cures for cancer.ws, and post your own links there.
Unsubscribe by sending email to cures for cancer-unsubscribeegroups or by
visiting http://www.bobhurt.com/subunsub.mv
>
>

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Posted 02 August 2003 - 07:57 PM

From: Seraphim <fepatterson@...>
> Does anyone know the difference
> between MGN3 and Transfer Factor?
MGN3's been should to boost killer cell activity much more. I suspect it's hard
to say which is better overall.

> They are both pretty expensive
Yes. I'd use them only if money's not an issue.

> and they both claim to be way better than IP6.
My guess is that they are substantially better.

> Also, where does AHCC fit into this equation?
From what I've heard, it's about equivalent to MGN3 but less expensive; I'd use
AHCC (if money's not a major issue).

#4 *guest

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Posted 03 August 2003 - 05:01 AM

Somebody send us this a few months ago:

More information about " AHCC " , the Japanese Medicinal Mushroom Immune
Enhancer,
can be obtained by calling 1-800-860-9583; see if you can talk with Cathleen
Rapp, N.D.

She will mail out some information about this product and how it compares
with MGN-3.

The company's name is -

Pure Prescriptions
Natural Health Solutions
2400 Kettner Blvd.
Suite 237
San Diego, CA 92101
website - www.pureprescriptions.com

Kees braam
webmaster www.kanker-actueel.nl

Re: MGN3, AHCC, or Transfer Factor?


> From: Seraphim <fepatterson@...>
> > Does anyone know the difference
> > between MGN3 and Transfer Factor?
> MGN3's been should to boost killer cell activity much more. I suspect it's
hard
> to say which is better overall.
>
> > They are both pretty expensive
> Yes. I'd use them only if money's not an issue.
>
> > and they both claim to be way better than IP6.
> My guess is that they are substantially better.
>
> > Also, where does AHCC fit into this equation?
> From what I've heard, it's about equivalent to MGN3 but less expensive;
I'd use
> AHCC (if money's not a major issue).
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Get HUGE info at http://www.cures for cancer.ws, and post your own links there.
Unsubscribe by sending email to cures for cancer-unsubscribeegroups or by
visiting http://www.bobhurt.com/subunsub.mv
>
>



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