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Phillip B. Berkey Moheno

Phillip B. Berkey Moheno

SanRx Pharmaceutical Inc, USA

Title: Calcium folate for flu prevention and control

Biography

Phillip B. Berkey Moheno holds a BS and a Candidate in Philosophy in Biochemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a PhD in Confluent Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In addition he has more than 20 years of research experience into the anti-cancer properties of pterins. He has published 12 papers in reputed journals.

Abstract

Calcium Folate is the excess calcium salt of the vitamin folic acid. Folic acid is sensitive to acidic-oxidative conditions and, in the presence of excess Ca+2 as well, is transformed into pterins and calcium pterins. This pilot observational study describes the use of CaFolate-derived calcium pterin 6-carboxylate in the treatment of certain immune-related ailments. Patients with various immune-associated disorders were directed to take ad libitum 25-76 mg of CaFolate (300-900 µg folic acid equivalent) orally per day, as an adjuvant therapy, and to collect personal and medical assessments. The users reported no flu/colds (>20/20 reporting none during the cold and flu season), greater energy/stamina (8/8 reporting increased), less osteoarthritis pain (10/11 reporting improvement), diminished mouth sores due to chemotherapy (2/2 reporting significant clearance), and cancer remissions (4/5 reported plus 1 transient improvement in a terminal case). These observational findings identify certain clinical endpoints for future matched group, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials. One such clinical trial is underway in osteoarthritis.

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