from NaturalNews Website
It has been used as an effective treatment against bacterial infections for nearly 100 years, but the medical-industrial complex today refuses to recognize it as a valid form of medicine.
bacteriophage therapy, also known
as phage therapy, has been shown time and time again to cure
methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
and various other antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which increasingly
plague hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world and have
no officially-recognized cure.
Even though bacteriophages, which are
basically viruses that infect and replicate within harmful bacteria
in order to destroy them, work better than antibiotics and typically
do not cause bacteria to morph and mutate, the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) has been largely uncooperative in approving
them for general use in humans.
Unlike antibiotics, bacteriophage therapy works best when it is customized to target only specific bacteria, which is particularly important for protecting beneficial probiotic bacteria in the gut that would otherwise be harmed using traditional antibiotic therapy.
...after being misused and discarded in favor of antibiotics
Faulty clinical trials led to mixed
results for phage therapy, and the emergence of antibiotics, which
initially appeared to be a surefire cure for bacterial infections,
all but eliminated the use of phage therapy.
Doctors and health practitioners legitimately interested in finding a cure for "superbugs" are recognizing that phage therapy holds a lot of promise, and that the FDA needs to stop discriminating against this safe and effective natural therapy.
One of the leading voices in promotion of phage therapy today is Grace Filby, a Winston Churchill Fellow who has visited phage therapy laboratories in Republic of Georgia, Poland, and elsewhere where the therapy is still being used.
Based on her ongoing analysis, phage
therapy holds the answer to curing MRSA and other
antibiotic-resistant bacteria in many people, and deserves to be
taken more seriously by the medical establishment.