By Dr. Baruch Rosen, M.D.:
“As a physician of nearly thirty years, I was well aware that no antibiotic would protect against the ravages of viral disease, particularly canine distemper which shows similarities to HIV. My seven month old white haired Shepard was adopted from a local shelter and was initially joyful and healthy. Within three weeks he developed coarse bronchitis with heavy mucus drainage of the nose and eyes. Our well intentioned vet believed the problem to be kennel cough and started antibiotics. Over the next ten days Romeo failed to improve, but instead experienced seven hard and long grand mall seizures in one weekend, a partial paralysis of the hind quarters which made him fall flat when attempting to walk and a “spaced-out gaze” of non-recognition. Blood studies confirmed distemper and showed a white cell count (lymphocytes) of only 264 slightly more than ten percent of normal. Our vet a second out-of-state consulting vet, an expert in distemper were very sympathetic and advised me to prepare myself to euthanize Romeo.
The heartache was compounded when Chico, my thirteen month old Chihuahua developed similar symptoms of hard coughing and heavy mucus drainage from the eyes. Reviewing his shot record, I learned he was mistakenly given only one distemper immunization, leaving him inadequately protected; and by licking Romeo’s mucus and drinking from his water dish had contracted the infection.
Knowing little to nothing about canine distemper, I turned to the internet and luckily stumbled onto transfer factors, a preparation which enhances and stimulates the body’s own immune system to fight against all pathogens, viral or otherwise. My thirty years in medicine told me this was the only solution. I hurriedly started Chico and Romeo on one cap daily encased in one teaspoonful of raw hamburger. Over the next two weeks all cough and mucus drainage ceased. Romeo’s follow-up blood count had risen to normal range at 2217 and he surprised the whole family by jumping a five foot wall. He romps and plays all day long with Chico, now responds normally to his name and appears to be his old joyful self again.
Having witnessed the recoveries of Chico and Romeo, and after further study, all family members are taking transfer factors, one cap daily; our insurance policy to protect against a faltering immune system, the inevitable consequence of aging and exposure to environmental pollution and toxins. I fully intend to spread the word to all my colleagues and good friends. Dr. Baruch Rosen, M.D.
NOTE: Dr. Rosen is also using transfer factors for Parvo and other viral or infectious condition with excellent results.
To order Transfer Factor, see my “I Recommend” sidebar to the right.