Superbugs: The Coming Deadly Global Pandemic

What You Need to Know (and Do NOW!) to Avoid Becoming a Casualty

The alarm we’re sounding in this Special Report is the result of months and months of research and thoughtful reflection. What you read (click here) will radically change the way you look at many of your life routines and practices. Although there has been much concern expressed over the possibility of pandemic influenza in recent months and years, we’re here to tell you that the subject of this Special Report is far more important than any flu virus, per se. In fact, if the flu ever does turn deadly it will mainly be the kind of pathogens we examine here as the subject of this Report that will be the actual cause of widespread death, not the influenza virus itself. But influenza pandemic or no, we are still facing a very dangerous and potentially very deadly threat which has been expanding rapidly over the globe and is already out of control in some places.

After watching this gathering global storm over the past 10-15 years, it is our considered opinion that we have now crossed the threshold into a time which future medical historians will describe as the “Post-antibiotic Era”. We have entered a period in which the arsenal of antibiotics modern medicine has been relying upon for generations has finally become impotent, incapable of providing the kind of broad-spectrum protection we need now and are going to desperately need in the days ahead.  Therefore, if we hope to have a fighting chance as we see these pathogens spreading through our hospitals and making their way out into the general population, the bottom line is that it is imperative we look elsewhere to find the kind of protection we’re going to need.

Keep reading and we’ll explain why we’re so worried about this and why you should be worried, too. Most importantly, we’ll also tell you some specific things we think you can and should do to help insure that you and your loved ones don’t end up becoming casualties…

To read this Special Report in its entirety, please click here.