Cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA Test Approved by FDA Now Available in U.S. Market
There is a new Cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA test produced by Roche
Pharmaceuticals that has just been approved by the FDA.
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The Center for the Biology of Chronic
Disease (CBCD) has learned that there is a new Cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA test
produced by Roche Pharmaceuticals that has just been approved by the FDA. This
is important since, up until now there were no reliable blood tests that could
accurately determine the levels of Cytomegalovirus in the system.
The new test assesses a patient's viral
load of cytomegalovirus. Doctors will use information from the test to help
them deal with patients who have been diagnosed with CMV disease.
Specifically, these are patients with an immune system that has been
suppressed for solid organ transplantation.
The test received premarket approval (PMA)
from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July 2012.
The CBCD believes this new test is
important for a few other reasons as well. For instance, the Cytomegalovirus
is a virus that can establish a latent infection in one of the body's organs
or tissues. When it comes to latent viruses, it's all about numbers. This test
is significant since it will help doctors determine exactly what levels of
Cytomegalovirus are floating around inside of you.
When your immune system is strong, the
number of latent viruses in your body is low, and your risk is low. When your
immune system is weak, the number of latent viruses in your body is high, and
your risk is high.
In fact, high levels of Cytomegalovirus may
be responsible for increasing risk of developing a number of diseases ...
including type 2 diabetes. A Dutch study, carried out by Leiden University and
the University of Tubingen, involved nearly 549 elderly adults over 85 years
of age. It found that the percentage that had type 2 diabetes was twice as
high in those that carried the virus than those that did not.
The public should remember that to date,
there is no vaccine against a Cytomegalovirus infection.
Up until today, prevention of a
Cytomegalovirus infection has focused on avoiding exposure to saliva and
urine. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends washing hands often
with soap and water for 15-20 seconds, especially after changing diapers,
feeding a young child, wiping a young child's nose or drool, or handling
People also should not share food, drinks,
or eating utensils used by young children. They should not put a child's
pacifier in the mouth, share a toothbrush with a young child, and they should
avoid contact with saliva when kissing a child. They should also clean toys,
countertops, and other surfaces that are exposed to children's urine or
At present, the CBCD believes a
Cytomegalovirus infection may be improved and symptoms lessened by boosting
the immune system with a CMV remedy that works against the latent (sleeping)
One CMV remedy that was scientifically
developed to boost the immune system against the latent Cytomegalovirus is
Gene-Eden-VIR. The CBCD suggests trying this all-natural, broad-spectrum,
The CBCD believes taking Gene-Eden-VIR
makes sense. It can help lower the
concentration of the latent CMV within the body by boosting the natural immune
"The key to your health is to reduce the
level of the chronic viruses in your body to harmless levels. There are no
known medications or supplements that can completely eradicate these viruses,
except in rare cases where your immune system recovers." - Dr. Hanan Polansky
Gene-Eden-VIR is not a drug. It is not a
cure. However, it is the first antiviral, natural, CMV remedy scientifically
designed to boost the immune system and lower the numbers of the latent
Cytomegalovirus in your body.
Those who are considering taking it may
have questions about how much it costs, whether it is safe, and whether it is
Gene-Eden-VIR is a safe CMV
remedy. To date, in over three years of being on the market, no side effects
have been reported by Gene-Eden's users. Each capsule contains a patented
formula of five all natural ingredients including selenium, camellia sinesis
extract, quercetin, cinnamomum extract, and licorice extract. In addition,
each bottle is GMP Certified.
(If a product is GMP Certified it means
that the product is keeping good manufacturing practices as outlined by the
Food and Drug Administration [FDA].)
Gene-Eden-VIR is highly efficient against
the latent Cytomegalovirus; each ingredient was selected through a scientific
approach. PolyDNA scientists scanned thousands of scientific and medical
papers published in various medical and scientific journals around the world
in order to identify the safest, most effective natural ingredients that
target the latent (chronic) Herpes Simplex family of viruses, which includes
Scientific papers on the ingredients of
Gene-Eden-VIR can be accessed on pubmed.gov.
Gene-Eden-VIR is sold exclusively online
through the Gene-Eden website. This lowers operating costs and allows savings
to be passed on to Gene-Eden's users.
Each bottle of Gene-Eden-VIR (a one month's
supply) costs just $42.99.
To learn more about Gene-Eden-VIR, the only
CMV remedy on the market today that helps the body maintain low concentrations
of the latent Cytomegalovirus, that is scientifically backed by published
material, please visit the
Gene-Eden-VIR was developed without the use
of animal test subjects.
Note: This press release was first issued by The Center for the
Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD), a not-for-profit organization that specializes
in researching the biology of foreign DNA.