The Vaccine Against Diabetes Has Been Officially Announced And The Entire World Is Celebrating The News!

Diabetes is an autoimmune disease when there is too much glucose in the blood. The pancreas either cannot make insulin or the insulin it does make is not enough and cannot work properly. Without insulin doing its job, glucose builds up in the blood leading to high blood glucose levels which cause the health problems linked to diabetes. This is a metabolic, lifelong disease.

Finally the first-ever diabetes vaccine has been officially presented. However, this vaccine is not the cure for diabetes but a solution for the disease progression. It can be used both in children and adults and it does not cause side effects.


The creator of this autohemotherapy, Dr. Jorge Gonzalez Ramirez said, “This vaccine is much more than a drug. It is a medical practice. We see it as an alternative, a possible solution to stop chronic degenerative complications: stroke, hearing loss; amputation, kidney failure and blindness, among many others.” He explained the procedure: “From each patient 5 cm of blood were extracted and 55 milliliters of blood solution was injected in them, refrigerated at five degrees centigrade. When the temperature reaches 37 grades (that is when it goes into the human body and chances the temperature) there is shock happening and the exact problem transforms into the solution inside the bottle on that way where the genetic and metabolic flaw is corrected or immunometabolised in the vaccine. The treatment will last around one whole year and one vaccine lasts for 60 days. With this vaccine as we mentioned is not the cure for diabetes but it will be really effective in stopping all the complications that come along with diabetes such as blindness, renal insufficiency, amputation, embolism, losing hearing, etc. ”
Lucila Zarate Ortega (the president of the Mexican Association for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases) recommends to all patients that along with this vaccine, patients should continue with their regular exercise and diet. It is also best to consult regularly with a doctor.

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