Clinical Trial Using Supercillin™ to Treat an Urinary Tract Infection
To test the efficacy of "Supercillin™" download in treating a major urinary tract infection. Supercillin™ utilizes a "Portal Access Key™" (PAK™) that unlocks a quantum portal linked to bioinformation that is then allowed to flow from ZAG's quantum computer via quantum teleportation directly to the neural network of the subject's brain. This data programs the brain to mobilize the immune system to fight any pathogenic infection that may be present. Supercillin™ is claimed to have extremely broad antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic activity coverage. Moreover, it claims to have repeater programming that dispenses the QuantumXtreme™ medicine over a 10 day period.
A 59 year old female
On 12-30-08, the above subject called to report a headache located over left eyebrow. She also complained of nausea, decreased appetite, decreased energy and low grade temperature for her. She also noted a FBS of 142 where she normally runs a 120 FBS. A urinalysis revealed (see enclosures) a urine with 2+ WBC Esterase, 2+ Protein, 1+ occult blood with the microscopic revealing greater than 30 WBC/hpf, 4-10 RBC/hpf . C & S revealed a Klebsiella pneumoniae infection with a c/c greater than 100,000 units per ml. Subject had been recently discharged from the hospital with a history of having an urinary indwelling catheter. Her diagnosis would be glomerular nephritis. Patient is a kidney cancer survivor.
The subject was sent a set of Supercillin™ downloads (PAKs™) that same day for her to download to her computer. She was instructed to click and confirm uploading the Supercillin™ PAKs™ while following a set of instructions provided her at the time. Other instructions provided her included the recommendations to stay well hydrated (8 eight ounce glasses of water a day), be well-rested and avoid certain foods that promote fungal overgrowth.
Symptomatically the patient improved rapidly. Her appetite improved, her nausea disappeared as did her headache. A follow-up urinalysis on 01-07-09 conveyed the infection had cleared. Only 1+ Protein was reported with no bacteria seen and thus no reflex culture was done.
Impressive clinical results were seen in that the subject's glomerulonephritis cleared within 1 week following the subject uploading bioinformation from a course of Supercillin™ downloads from her computer. The lab results provided compelling evidence of the efficacy of Supercillin™ download. Therefore, it is concluded that the efficacy of Supercillin™ was confirmed in treating this subject's urinary infection successfully.