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“Colostrum has a virus antibody that acts against viral invaders. A wide range of antiviral factors were acknowledged to be present in colostrum.” from a study at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, published by Dr. E. L. Palmer, et al, in the Journal of Medical Virology.

"Colostrum contains Retinoic Acid, which helps fight herpes virus. It also contains glycoprotein (kappa casein) that protects against the bacteria that cause stomach ulcers." - Dr. Raloff in Science News.

"Colostrum contains non-specific inhibitors that inhibit a wide range of respiratory illness, notably influenza viruses. Colostrum is specifically cited for its unique effectiveness against potentially deadly outbreaks of Asian flu viruses that emerge from animal/human mutations." This was published by Dr. Shortridge, et al, in the Journal of Tropical Pediatrics.

"Immunoglobulin from bovine colostrum effectively reduces and prevents viral and bacterial infections in immune deficient subjects: bone marrow recipients, premature babies, AIDS, etc." according to the New England Journal of Medicine.

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