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Dr. Rick Sponaugle Recommends All Patients Consider SOT Therapy for Viruses Reactivated by COVID Causing Long-Haul COVID Syndrome. 

 

 

 

SOT THERAPY FOR VIRAL INFECTIONS

COVID Reactivates Dormant Viruses

New research in the journal Frontiers in Immunology has shown that even a mild asymptomatic case of COVID can reactivate many viruses lying dormant in the body, such as Epstein-Barr, Herpes HSV1/HSV2, HPV, etc., as signaled by a struggling immune system and the familiar “brain fog” and “chronic fatigue” associated with long-haul COVID patients.

In response to the exponential number of new inquiries from around the world on how to better address new and reactivated viral infections, Dr. Sponaugle is now recommending patients consider the RGCC Blood Test to diagnose active infections and recommended SOT therapies based on active viral and bacterial infections.

Sot therapy available for herpes hsv1 virus that causes cold sores
SOT Therapy Available for Herpes HSV1 Virus That Causes Cold Sores
Sot therapy for lyme disease

How Does SOT Therapy Work For Viruses?

SOT (Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapy) is a personalized IV therapy treatment for Lyme/co-infections/viral infections.

Essentially SOT creates a shutoff “key” fitting a “lock” portion of a pathogen.

The “lock” is a specific section of DNA controlling an important function of the pathogen.

The “key” binds to the “lock,” thus blocking this function. This prevents the bacteria/virus from making essential proteins, essentially shutting off bacterial/viral replication.

Unable to replicate, the bacteria/virus cannot cause disease and instead begin a process of self-destruction called apoptosis. This treatment works 24/7 in the body for three–six months and can be used while continuing other treatment modalities. You can even continue natural medication therapies without interaction.

Process for SOT Therapy

How It Works:

SOT (Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapy) is a personalized IV therapy treatment for Lyme/co-infections/viral infections.

Essentially SOT creates a shutoff “key” fitting a “lock” portion of a pathogen.

The “lock” is a specific section of DNA controlling an important function of the pathogen.

The “key” binds to the “lock,” thus blocking this function. This prevents the bacteria/virus from making essential proteins, essentially shutting off bacterial/viral replication.

Unable to replicate, the bacteria/virus are unable to cause disease and instead begin a process of self-destruction called apoptosis. This treatment works 24/7 in the body for 3-6 months and can be used while continuing other treatment modalities. You can even continue natural medication therapies without interaction.

Process & Timeline:

Step 1:Free Phone Consultation

Timeframe: 15 Minutes

Learn if you qualify for SOT Therapy and if you are a good candidate SOT Therapy. Learn about the viruses reactivated by COVID, such as Epstein-Barr virus, herpes, HPV, tickborne coinfections, and other infections causing chronic fatigue and various viral symptoms.

Step 2: Visit Clinic for Blood Draw & Physician Consultation

Timeframe: 3-4 Hours

A patient’s blood is drawn to obtain circulating bacteria or viruses to be evaluated at the RGCC Lab in Greece. The blood draw requires a physical visit to the clinic in Oldsmar, Florida.

The patient will also meet with a physician on-site at the clinic to do a health and physical to determine a plan of action for the administration of SOT Therapy.

Step 3: Lab Analysis & Reporting

Timeframe: 3 Weeks

The blood is sent to the RGCC laboratory in Greece. RGCC lab identifies the main genetic sequence of the target replication genes for the organism, then creates a complementary oligonucleotide (short nucleic acid) sequence to block replication.

Step 4: SOT Therapy Creation

Timeframe: 4 Weeks

It takes about four weeks to create a SOT and have it safely shipped back to the clinic for administration. The clinic and lab will coordinate directly, so the patient does not have to worry about receiving the SOT.

Step 5: Intravenous Administration

Timeframe: 60-90 Minntes

When completed, the RGCC ships the SOT back to the clinic, which is then infused intravenously and administered to the patient for about an hour.

Intravenous antihistamines and low-dose steroids are given immediately before SOT administration to lessen the already rare chance of an allergic reaction and tighten the vein walls to minimize the leaking of SOT.

Sot therapy for lyme disease
SOT Therapy Mechanism of Action for Lyme Disease

Viral SOT Therapies

HHV1/HSV1 — (Human Simplex Virus-Oral-Facial)

HHV2/HSV2 — (Human Simplex Virus-Genital)

HHV6 (A & B) — (Human Herpes Virus 6)

CMV — (Cytomegalovirus)

Coxsackie (Type A & B)

VZV — Varicella-zoster (shingles)

EBV — (Epstein Barr)

HPV (16/18) — Human papillomavirus

HPV (6/11) — Human papillomavirus

HBV — (hepatitis B)

HCV — (hepatitis C)

HIV — (human immunodeficiency virus)-AIDS

HTLV1— (human T-cell lymphotropic virus)

Available Lyme/Coinfection SOTs

Borrelia species

B. afzelii

B. bavariensis

B. bissettii

B. burgdorferi

B. californiensis

B. finlandensis

B. garinii

B. genomospecies

B. hermsii

B. kurtenbachii

B. lusitaniae

B. mayonii

B. miyamotoi

B. recurrentis

B. sinica

B. turcica

B. turicatae

B. valaisiana

Candidatus Borrelia tachyglossi

Bartonella species

B. bacilliformis,

B. elizabethae

B. henselae,

B. quintana,

B. vinsonii

Babesia species

Babesia bigemina

Babesia bovis

Babesia divergens

Babesia duncani

Babesia microti

Other tick-borne bacterial diseases

Anaplasma phacocytophilum

Rickettsia rickettsia

Ehrlichia chaffeensis

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