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 Posted 3/25/2014 7:08:51 AM
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Anyone using and can report experience?

"Urobac is a patented non-prescription all-oral urological nanobiotic compound shown in published clinical trials to eradicate Nanobacteria (CNPs) infection, calcification and inflammation in the urogenital system. Urobac is designed to reduce inflammation and pathological calcification occurring throughout the urogenital system including kidney stones (nephrolithiasis), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), prostate stones, BPH, chronic prostatitis (CP/CPPSIII), Interstitial Cystitis (IC) and Gallstones (cholelithiasis). The general course of treatment is 6 continuous months of full-strength nightly Urobac (8 capsules/night) followed by a maintenance course of 1-2 capsules/night to prevent regression."
http://www.nanobiotechpharma.com/index.php?command=show_details&product_id=2

(NanoBac) "It is a patented non-prescription all-oral nanobiotic compound shown in published cardiology studies to reverse/regress atherosclerosis, calcified coronary artery plaque, improve lipid profiles and eliminate heart disease symptoms like angina. NanobacTX is the only product ever shown to dissolve, eradicate and regress calcified arterial plaque and calcification deposits in blood vessels, organs and tissues. Our published cardiology studies show that NanobacTX decreases heart disease symptoms, angina and increases exercise ability."
http://www.nanobiotechpharma.com/index.php?command=show_details&product_id=1


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 Posted 3/29/2014 2:58:26 AM
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There are very expensive but maybe worth LEF to consider looking at? Just an idea.
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 Posted 3/29/2014 6:58:51 AM
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Your request has been forwarded to Life Extension's Product Development Department.

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 Posted 3/29/2014 8:38:50 AM
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Anyone using and can report experience?

"Urobac is a patented non-prescription all-oral urological nanobiotic compound shown in published clinical trials to eradicate Nanobacteria (CNPs) infection, calcification and inflammation in the urogenital system. Urobac is designed to reduce inflammation and pathological calcification occurring throughout the urogenital system including kidney stones (nephrolithiasis), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), prostate stones, BPH, chronic prostatitis (CP/CPPSIII), Interstitial Cystitis (IC) and Gallstones (cholelithiasis). The general course of treatment is 6 continuous months of full-strength nightly Urobac (8 capsules/night) followed by a maintenance course of 1-2 capsules/night to prevent regression."
http://www.nanobiotechpharma.com/index.php?command=show_details&product_id=2

(NanoBac) "It is a patented non-prescription all-oral nanobiotic compound shown in published cardiology studies to reverse/regress atherosclerosis, calcified coronary artery plaque, improve lipid profiles and eliminate heart disease symptoms like angina. NanobacTX is the only product ever shown to dissolve, eradicate and regress calcified arterial plaque and calcification deposits in blood vessels, organs and tissues. Our published cardiology studies show that NanobacTX decreases heart disease symptoms, angina and increases exercise ability."
http://www.nanobiotechpharma.com/index.php?command=show_details&product_id=1


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WOW Albedo, Thank you for posting about this. I was told by a doctor at the VA that I have calcium deposits in and about my heart. Not good at all. He said it was probably the result of over 50 years of smoking and said there was nothing much that could be done to help me. Now I read this. Has to be worth a try for me. Thanks Albedo,   ...Oscar
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Has anyone actually used their compounds? It's difficult to find any research or testimonials on NanoBacTX, despite it's long history. They have very esteemed advisors, including Aubrey de Grey and Terry Grossman.

I'd love for them to have solved a critical health problem, but it is hard to accept their claims without clinical studies that prove the effects.

I too would love to see Life Extension investigate and become the distribution partner for their company if they find that the compound has real benefits. 
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 Posted 3/30/2014 5:37:47 PM
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Welcome to the Forums, xplorer.

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 Posted 3/30/2014 11:00:18 PM
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Xplorer, I very much agree with you and probably why LEF has not yet looked at it. I did not research a lot on this but noticed the number of references in the link I provided is quite extensive. In any case a short course and a test of your calcium score can be quite easily done (I did it twice and it is recommend to be done on the same machine for comparison). Yes I also noticed de Grey and Grossman on the advisory board.

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