Friday, September 17, 2004

Yes, I know it's a Sham, But Just Think of the Potential Licensing Fees! Local researchers are claiming they may have found the cure for the common cold. The wonder drug is called Echinilin, and instead of masking cold symptoms like other over-the-counter products, it stimulates the immune system and attacks the invading virus, say officials with Factors R & D Technologies.

"The end result was an immediate and marked reduction in both severity of symptoms and duration of the infection," said Dr. Richard Barton, co-director of human clinical studies for the $5-million project. Developed and tested over the past eight years, the drug relies on Echinacea extract to kill the common cold. Researchers say it can also be taken for immune-system maintenance and provides immune-system support.

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