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EZORB MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OCT 12, 2004

In this issue:

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers
2. Stem Cells Research News: Congenital Defect Repaired
3. Useful Links
4. Calcium Absorption Test
5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?
 

 

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers

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Letter I: From M.L. USA

Received at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com on 9/13/2004

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One year ago my doctor's nurse called me after my first bone density test with the shocking and depressing news that I had osteoporosis with a score of -3.14. Her advice was to up my calcium intake of course, and prescribed Fosamax. She said to ask the pharmacist which calcium was better. Well I had taken about every kind of calcium supplement on the shelf and I felt like it was all for nothing since they hadn't protected me from that lousy score. And after reading the list of side effects of Fosamax I wasn't too thrilled about swallowing that pill either. But I did for one month and it was painfully irritating on my esophagus.

 

After some research on the net, I found EZorb. Their claims sounded too good to be true, but the more I read about it the more I thought, why not? I liked reading about the no nasty side effects like upset stomach or kidney stones. So I listened to the little voice inside me and tossed the Fosamax and put myself on EZorb.

 

My last bone density test showed an amazing improvement from a -3.14 to -2.65! I was so excited! The radiologist was pretty amazed at my scores and asked me which prescription I was taking as most of them only show a couple percents worth of improvement at best. You can bet I told her all about EZorb!

 

Thanks so much for a wonderful product and giving me one less thing to worry about in my life!

 

ML

 

Letter II: L.C., Connecticut, USA

Received at customerservice @ ezorbonline.com on 9/21/2004

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Hello,

I was surfing the net and came upon EZorb Calcium. I decided to order it. I just received it yesterday and took one teaspoon. I immediately felt better. I suffer from fibromyalgia but for some reason I could feel my muscles relax the minute I took the calcium.

 

Today I took another teaspoon and again I could feel my pain lessening and the muscles relax. I'm excited about this because I have been in pain for years from an accident and fibromyalgia. Today I feel hope where I didn't think there was any...........thank you!

 

L.C.

 

Letter III: From F. J., Carnoustie, Scotland

Received at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com on 9/10/2004

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Please acknowledge receipt of this email.

 

After 2 years of pain with plantar faschiitis and heel spurs I can now work during the day and still enjoy a stroll in the evening or even a game of golf. My handicap has even come down to 7 and I can enjoy my game without worrying how many holes I will be able to play before the pain starts. Thanks EZorb

 

F. J., Carnoustie

 

 

 

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From the Desk of EZorb Newsletter Editor:

This newsletter is now read by over 50,000 subscribers worldwide. Success stories you contribute will have great impact on many people's life. Kindly email your story to sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com. As always your private information will never be revealed to the public.

 

2. Stem Cells Research News: Congenital Defect Repaired

 

Disclaimer: Elixir Industry is not engaged in any type of research that involves the use of human embryos. This article is provided here solely for your information.

 

Researchers have successfully used stem cells to correct congenital heart defects in mouse embryos, it is reported in the latest issue of Science.

 

The team from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Center in New York said that injecting stem cells into female mice carrying embryos that had been engineered to develop a lethal defect half way through gestation appeared to change the fate of the unborn animals.

 

"The result was that 50% of the mice fated to die in the womb were born with healthy hearts," said lead researcher Dr Robert Benezra.

 

Previously, the scientists discovered that a protein called Id was vital for the normal development of capillaries and blood vessels during embryonic growth and that removing, or knocking out, the gene that encodes this protein generated a deadly genetic profile.

 

When mice carrying embryos lacking Id were injected with embryonic stem cells, the team noted that normal cardiac cells were generated and incorporated into the defective heart. Moreover, these cells appeared to protect neighboring heart cells from becoming defective by releasing biological factors into the nearby area.

 

Fellow researcher Dr Diego Fraidenraich commented: "In this current study, with the repair of congenital heart defects in our Id knock-out embryos, we observed that the stem cells provided normal signals to themselves and also to their neighbors to correct the organ as a whole."

 

Stem cells also appear to be reliant on the Id protein, say the researchers. They found that reducing stem cell Id content by 15% to 20% impaired the success of the cells' ability to correct the congenital effect.

 

The investigators believe they have also identified two proteins vital for the successful outcome of the stem cells on the Id deficient embryos. They say that insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-1 can cross the placenta to exert its effect, while WNT5a will only effect the cardiac cells if it is injected directly into the embryo.

 

Specifically, they discovered that injecting pregnant mice with IGF-1 partially rescued the embryos' cardiac problems, with pups being born but only living for two days. Providing embryos with WNT5a, however, corrected the abnormal genetic profiles of the pups.

 

The prospect of using stem cells to correct such defects in humans is, however, a long way off, says Dr Anthony Mathur, a cardiologist from Barts and the London NHS Trust, who is currently researching the potential use of stem cells.

 

Nevertheless, he did say that the research would add to current knowledge about how the heart repaired defects.

 

"Other work has suggested embryonic stem cells are probably going to be the best type to use to try to repair damaged organs," commented Dr Mathur.

 

"But their use presents massive issues which need to be overcome."

 

Original paper appeared in the latest issue of Science

 

3. Useful Links

EZorb Online

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Document for Health Care Professionals

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4. Calcium Absorption Test

EZorb Calcium has set a new world record of absorption rate. You can compare EZorb with other calcium supplements by using the simple step-by-step instructions we provide. E-mail your request to test @ ezorbonline.com for a copy of the instructions.

 

5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?

EZorb Calcium has restored confidence in thousands of men and women. It has brought happiness and healthy life to families around the world. Click here to read what people say about EZorb.

 

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