Now, there is a good news that could be a solution for the Children with autism. Along with the development of technology medical world, there are currently serum is given in the form of therapy from the research of Prof. Toshio Inui in Japan. Long enough research of GcMAF has been getting mirror the findings documented with very encouraging results.
Currently, the therapy using this method has been used in many American and European countries to be used as a solution to the treatment of children with autism are free of chemicals, as well as provide a more promising than existing therapies therapy.
How Do The Serum Work?
Gc protein derived Macrophage Activating Factor. This protein sort of human proteins that are important and can eliminate some diseases including autism, cancer, aids and many diseases which is caused by immune deficiencies (imunias).
Gc protein is a substance that actually already exists in the human body. This protein is healthy and safe because it makes from humans immune. From the research, all healthy individuals making at least 10,000 cancer cells every day. However,gc protein is useful to improve the durability of the body immune cell to kill all threat.
Where We Can Get This Drug?
Currently there are two types GcMAF. The first is the oral form (taken placed under the tongue) the second is an injectformwhich should inserted in the blood. Either one or both of these types you can get and use it at home by prescriptions from the doctor. However, for maximum results, it is advisable to consult with an expert staff of our medical personnel in advance.
How Long The Therapy To Autism?
Of applied research, this serum can work quickly in children with autism who have good health. Typically, doctors will suggest to do chelation in autistic children, so the serum can work more quickly. From the observation results of research and some patients who have been present, a child who has been getting the therapy started to show changes at month 6, where two times a week it performed on the Schildren with autism.