Re: Human Cloning: The Trade-In Strategy
Wed, 26 Feb 1997 20:49:02 -0500 (EST)

In a message dated 97-02-25 17:00:13 EST, you write:

<< When we've got programmable
immune systems and programmable factories (the Drextech promise) life
will be spiffy. >>

Antibiotics have never "cured" any disease. Antibiotics only slow disease
progress so that our immune system has time to become programmed to fight the
disease itself.

We already have programmable immune systems. The speed of programming is the
problem and that is where Drextech shows promise to me.


Davin C. Enigl, (Sole Proprietorship) MEAS

Microbiology Consulting, Hazard Analysis and
Critical Control Points (HACCP), CGMP, and Validations
for the Food, Cosmetic, Nutritional Supplement, and Pharmaceutical Industry

February 26, 1997
9:19 am