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E-Coli Testing

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 73,000 cases of Escherichia coli O157:H7 or E. coli occur every year in the United States. 2,100 people are hospitalized, and 61 people die as a direct result of E. coli infections and complications that can result from infections.

Most illness has been associated with eating undercooked, contaminated beef. Infection can also occur after drinking raw milk and after swimming in or drinking sewage-contaminated water. Person-to-person contact in families and child care centers is also an important mode of transmission.

A 90% survival rate has been shown when subjects were provided with a Beta Glucan protocol.

Whole glucan particulate Beta 1, 3-D Glucan is not a treatment for E-coli exposure or any other infectious disease. It is an immunomodulator that has been shown to support immune system function.

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