Since most people in this group have been taught how to research and fact check with our JW history and getting out, this is a topic that can be constructive to check out.
I stumbled upon this and spent some time researching it, and it's quite interesting. It's part of your immune system, GcMAF. Doctors and scientists noted that those with autoimmune, hiv, cancer, etc, have low number of this and elevated nagalese.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=gcmaf on this official source you will find 69 studies and publications done on this with multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, various cancers, lupus, autism, etc.
Even though nagalese will stop your body from producing more GcMAF, the doctors and scientists checked into injecting GcMAF and in many of those conditions and other research you can conduct, you'll find from major improvements to complete reversals and symptom free.
Is FDA and other organizations and regulatory agencies encouraging further research and/or looking into this? Instead, denials, shutting down doctors who have been using it, shutting down producers, making it illegal, and look up dr. bradsheet, or a facebook group called remembering dr. bradsheet. He was using it to treat autism, on the facebook group you can find patients of his who posted pictures and told their stories. His office raided w/ search warrants for GcMAF and everything related, and he was found dead floating down a river hours later w/ bullet shot to the chest.
One of the publications on the pubmed source, after noting how much it's helped with cancer, questions why the FDA is holding it back.
So is big pharma standing to loose too much money from the benefits of this treatment and suppressing it? Or are there valid reasons why it's being held back? (Saying it's not tested enough or not made in approved places if there are no actual plans or in action of doing those things are not valid answers if not allowing anybody to meet those qualifications)
Aside from finding this out, if this really does help a lot, knowing this can be beneficial to you and loved ones now or in the future. I'm already researching more into this for that reason.