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LisaK
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I don't remember seeing anythig on here for S.O.T.

is this for realzz????

From this page::
https://www.revolutionhealth.org/supportive-oligonucleotide-therapy-sot-for-lyme-others/

"How does SOT work?

After a lab draw, we very quickly send the patient’s blood to RGCC labs in Greece. RGCC will then identify the main genetic sequence (gene epitope) of your target genes and then the gene sequences are cross referenced to an international database of genetics to confirm they have the proper sequences.

RGCC created this unique fingerprinting technology, which ensures success of the treatment. It creates a 98% specificity to our target genes, such as the Lyme spirochetes or viruses, and it does not interfere with any other human cells.

Once the replication genes are identified, the laboratory creates the anti-copy of the replication of the translocation genes (sense strand). RGCC splices apart this sense strand and makes a complimentary copy of the DNA sequences that creates replication. This in turn creates an anti-sense therapy. When the genetic sequence of a particular gene is known to be a causative agent of particular disease, it is possible to synthesize a strand of nucleic acid (DNA, RNA or a chemical analogue) that will bind to the messenger RNA (mRNA) produced by that gene and effectively turning that gene “off.” This is called gene silencing therapy or apoptosis inducing therapy.

Once they create the complimentary copy of the replication sequences, they surround this copy with a synthetic mRNA so that it has the ability to penetrate within the cell wall of our target.

Once this mRNA sequence is created, it is replicated 500 million to 1 billion times producing a large number of your unique SOT molecules. These molecules are delivered to our office where you receive your one dose IV treatment.

After infusion of the SOT molecules, the nucleotides are at work 24 hours a day, seven days a week for up to six months, constantly inhibiting the replication cycle of your target viruses or spirochetes.

This makes SOT a curative approach to our target focus which can be Lyme, cancer or any other virus that differs from the genetics of our original gene structure.

SOT can be given every 4-6 months (up to 3 times per year), as needed when Lyme/viral infection is indicated.
Lyme

Lyme Disease is a tick-borne illness caused by a spirochete. The Lyme spirochetes have a life cycle of 80 days, which is the longest life cycle of any bacteria in science. It also has one of the most complicated gene sequences that we study.

It is important to note that SOT treatment is not an immune treatment and it does not work through the immune activation system, therefore there is very minimal side effects. SOT works simply by shutting down the gene replication sequences of our target, therefore eliminating the next life cycle.

Once the life cycle of the spirochete has been completed there are just simply no spirochetes left."

I heard it costs $5,000!!

anyone know about this?? andhow may successes it has??

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I'm trying to find out if this works too! Have you found out anything?
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I'm trying to find out if this works too! Have you found out anything?
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LisaK
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haha, no. and I don'[t even remember posting this!! hahahaaa

no one else responded either, so I guess not. [confused]

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The problem with S.O.T. is that it is still aimed at killing microbes and you can do that with other things. The lyme complex changes a person genetically and you need to change that back using epigenetics. Epigenetics works the same way as S.O.T. but has different targets.

https://nbprotocol.proboards.com/thread/272/genetic-modification-humans

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You need a positive test for lyme. SOT is individual for lyme and each co-infection. There is a facebook site.
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Marie said "You need a positive test for lyme. SOT is individual for lyme and each co-infection. There is a facebook site."

Yes that is true the SOT place that is talked about a lot is in Greece.

My point is that if you have the lyme complex then you have been genetically modified so that you produce infective proteins and genetically modified so your immune system doesn't work.

Yes you could use SOT to kill the pathogens but that won't change the genetic disaster that those infections have turned you into.

In order to correct that genetic disaster you need to cancel genes with epigenetics.

Then your immune system will kill all the infections but you will need to support yourself going forward.

SOT costs add up , so you are talking $12,000 and they want you to do it a few times a year, see they call it supportive.

Epigenetics is dirt cheap and that way you don't have to pay a lot of money for SOT whit is essentially a very fancy and expensive dumb idea.

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