David Christner

Enercel Excels

A BRIEF LOOK AT THE PRELIMINARY DATA OBTAINED FROM THE CLINICAL STUDY INVOLVING THE USE OF ENERCEL® IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CO-INFECTIONS OF HIV AND TB

Background:

Enercel® is a complex homeopathic medication that has been used successfully in the treatment of many infections including drug-sensitive and multi-drug resistant tuberculosis; hepatitis B and C; and diarrhea in children. Tuberculosis and HIV are the #1 and #2 causes of death from infectious diseases in the world. Together as a co-infection, they result in a much more severe and rapidly-progressive illness than either alone. Both of them cause the immune system to work much less efficiently against the other.

Aims:

To evaluate whether Enercel® is efficacious for patients with tuberculosis and HIV co-infection at the Regional Antituberculosis Hospital in Chernigov, Ukraine. Specifically, to improve immune system function [by measuring T-helper or CD4 cells]; lessen or eliminate the amount of HIV virus in the bloodstream [HIV viral load]; and to verify the elimination of tuberculosis in the lungs [sputum AFB smears and cultures].

Methods:

Initially 50 cc Enercel® is given intravenously twice per day for 1 month. This is followed by once daily treatment of 50 cc intravenously for 2 months. Another 7 cc is administered via a nebulizer once daily and 2 puffs are introduced into each nostril three times per day. Additionally 20 drops is given sublingually twice daily. Two control groups consist of giving Enercel® in addition to antiretrovirals [3 or more standard medications given for HIV infection] and the other group received the antiretrovirals alone. All patients receive standard tuberculosis treatment. Patients are evaluated by sputum AFB smears and culture, HIV viral load and CD4 count. Quality-of-Life [QOL] is assessed on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 being severe incapacitation and 0 being perfect health. Toxicity is monitored by biochemistry panels and complete blood counts.

Results:

After 2 months, there are 7 evaluable patients on Enercel® alone for HIV. Each patient is AFB-smear negative [indicating elimination of tuberculosis in the lungs]. QOL scores improved from a mean of 47.0 at baseline to 20.14 at 2 months [with lower numbers meaning better quality of life].  CD4 counts improved from a baseline mean value of 234.43 to 269.86 cells/mm3 after 2 months [indicating an improved immune system]. Mean viral load counts decreased from a baseline of 556,439 to 58,763 copies/ml at 2 months [meaning almost a 10 fold drop in the amount of HIV particles in the bloodstream]. There was no toxicity attributed to Enercel®. Two patients in each of the two control groups have their results pending.

Enerpuncture:

 

Acupuncture injection point therapy using Enercel® [Enerpuncture] was used in 2 patients: 1) Patient had a right-sided stroke from TB meningitis. She was treated with 2 months of Enerpuncture on her right upper and lower extremities. She is now able to move her right shoulder and arm and she can walk with a slight limp 2) Patient had HIV/TB nerve damage of his lower extremities to the point that he could not stand without support. He is now able to walk on his own with a cane.

Conclusions:

Enercel® is a safe, low-cost, homeopathic medication that has shown preliminary efficacy in the management of HIV infection associated with tuberculosis.  Immune system function was improved, HIV in the bloodstream was markedly reduced and tuberculosis was eliminated in the lungs. These results are particularly noteworthy for the following two reasons:  1) Co-infection with TB and HIV is much more difficult to treat than either infection alone and 2) This is the first study to show that a single medication [Enercel®] is able to effectively treat both a severe viral [HIV] and bacterial [TB] infection simultaneously. The study is ongoing with newly enrolled patients into the study and 3 month results of the initial patients available in about 6 weeks.

Gusi Peace Prize

David Christner

The 2012 Gusi Peace Prize has been awarded to Dr David Christner from the USA.  Dr Christner is the CEO of World Health Advanced Technologies, Ltd and founder of the self-funded Cambridge Christner Foundation which has been instrumental in building five schools and four orphanages in Cambodia, and a large 42-room school in North Korea as well as spear heading important research and clinical trials involving patients with tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus using a complex homeopathic Enercel®.

Also honored this year was Dr. Valery Pavlovich Dubrov of Ukraine.  He is Chief of the Regional Antituberculosis Hospital in Chernigov, who significantly advanced the state-of-the-art tuberculosis treatment in Eastern Europe, developing new modalities for the early diagnosis of tuberculosis; he also established the differential diagnosis of pulmonary disease in Ukraine.  He promoted the Direct Observed Treatment of TB, which became the national standard, both for inpatient as well as ambulatory patients and is heading up the clinical trial with Dr Dariel Laurent at the Antituberculosis Hospital using Enercel®.

Dr. Christner shares an honor bestowed on many distinguished individuals such as; Hollywood actor Anthony Quinn, President Fidel V. Ramos of the Philippines, Behgjet Pacolli, Former President of Kosovo and First Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo.  This is just a sample of many laureates honored over the years by the Gusi Peace Prize Foundation.

Barry Gusi and Daniel Amar Siad created the Gusi Peace Prize Foundation which performs humanitarian work for poor communities in the Philippines.  It is based in Manila and awards the Gusi Peace Prize to distinguished individuals working toward the attainment of peace and respect for human life and dignity.  This prestigious award recognizes 10 – 15 persons, throughout the world, each year that have made exemplary contributions to peace and human rights, the sciences or the arts.   

On March 17, 2008, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed Presidential Proclamation No. 1476, declaring every fourth Wednesday of November as the “GUSI PEACE PRIZE INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP DAY”.

The Gusi Peace Prize has become one of the foremost peace prizes in Asia and the whole world; it approximates the honor and respect accorded to the Nobel Peace Prize of Norway, and the Pulitzer of the United States of America.

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