Supportive Oligonucleotide Therapy

What does SOT help with?

Supportive Oligonucleotide Technique (SOT) has shown to be a very effective for all forms of viral infections. This same methodology has been used in Europe for many years now.

Some examples of the more common viral infections: HEPATITIS B & C, EBV, SHINGLES, CMV, HPV, HERPES, WEST NILE, HIV, BK, POLIO, RABIES, SWINE FLU, RSV, AND MORE.

Lab Testing

Is Supportive Oligonucleotide Technique a genetic therapy?

SOT is not a genetic therapy, as is most antisense therapies and no genotoxic (chemo) drugs are used. RGCC-Labs uses mRNA’s to only influence certain gene expressions not to change genetic structure. RGCC-labs uses mRNA expression fingerprinting in order to identify certain gene expression patterns as targets but without influence to the genetic structure (epigenetic). Based on this analysis RGCC-Labs uses the mRNA analysis of each individuals VIRUS
INFECTION and generates the SOT. Following extensive searches, we know of no one or other entity making this type of technique this way anywhere in the world.

What does SOT do?

SOT has the ability to induce death to the VIRUS, and is able to cross the blood brain barrier with ease. Because, the mRNA actually features a stealth like ability, this keeps the body from recognizing and destroying it. SOT will work 24/7 and remain effective for about six months.