smoothieYou may have read our previous blog post about Qu Biologics (Qu), a Canadian biopharmaceutical company which has been conducting an experiment to treat immune-related diseases such as cancer and Crohn’s disease.

Unlike current Crohn’s treatments which suppress immune functions, dealing only with symptoms but not the actual underlying cause, Qu’s treatment restores the innate immune function – reprogramming the innate immune system to rebuild barrier function. 

Jini recently completed a new podcast with Qu Biologics’ own Dr. Hal Gunn, MD, and Dr. Shirin Kalyan, PhD.

Dr. Gunn is a pioneer in integrative cancer therapy, and Dr. Kalyan specializes in immunology & experimental medicine.  During Jini’s call with Hal and Shirin, they touched upon key points such as:

  • Immune resilience
  • Innate immune system vs. Adaptive immune system
  • Exploring the Innate immune system as the one meant to clear bacterial infection (suppressed by chronic inflammation)
  • Further details about Qu Biologics’ treatment, which utilizes inactivated bacteria injected under the skin

You can view the podcast below to learn more about this experimental Crohn’s treatment:

Or listen/download the audio of this session:


To find out further info on this specific trial or to sign up, click here – or read our previous blog post here.


New Crohn’s Treatment Uses Dead Bacteria to Induce Remission – Podcast!

8 thoughts on “New Crohn’s Treatment Uses Dead Bacteria to Induce Remission – Podcast!

  • Dear Jini,
    It was wonderful to have the opportunity to talk to you about Crohn’s disease and our aim to change the way it is currently treated – using a bugs as drugs approach. An update since we chatted – our manuscript detailing our first trial (it was a randomized placebo-controlled trial) for moderate-to-severe Crohn’s disease is now published in a peer-reviewed open-access medical journal online (which means it is accessible by everyone for free). The press release detailing this publication can be read here:
    Thank you again for your generosity in sharing knowledge and being an awesome human.

    1. Hi Kevin,

      Thanks so much for reaching out and sharing this information! =)

      In good health,
      Savannah B
      Customer Care

  • Tears filling my eyes, whether from joy or despair I have yet to designate…I’ve been in a 2-year long flair now since access/fistula surgery in June 2017. Living EVERY SINGLE DAY IN PAIN. Trying various natural healing protocols, a LOT taken from Jini’s methods. Been helping, but no real relief. Finally made the decision 4 weeks ago to go back on steroids and try the last biologic available one, Stelara (still waiting to be approved for the $28,000 treatment?!).

    And now I hear about Qu Biologics. A blessing…? I have so much PTSD from trying every single miracle cure under the sun that I just keep crying every time I read this. Can it be true? Is this the one that is going to give me life back? Please god, please.

    Cancer (2x) was the way life began at age 10. Ulcerative colitis stole my 30’s and Crohn’s now taking the best years of life in my 40’s. The suffering is so long term and monumental it staggers the mind.

    I come from a holistic & alternative approach to dis-eases, always believing there has to be a cure out there for me that doesn’t involve western meds. Working with Ayurveda, homeopathics, Paleo/AIP diets, acupuncture, chiropractors, etc. etc. Also having done the cycle of biologics (Remicade, Humira, Entyvio) and them not working… years and YEARS of Prednisone (leading to long-term insomnia). All this while being single and basically unable to make a living, trying to survive month to month. Truly overwhelming.

    I found Jini in 2015, although yet to be free from this body’s dis-eases, she is the only one that keeps me hopeful that I may one day REALLY heal (not this bandaid shit). I continue to have faith and share her therapies with others, trying to open the eyes of those who know no different. I am EXTREMELY grateful to Jini and people like you Qu Biologics for helping us get off the hamster wheel of life-long suffering.

    Onward we go! And I will be in your study, even if I have to move to Canada. THANK YOU. Thank you with all my heart for your pioneering efforts; all of you.
    In gratitude,

    1. Hi Tara,

      I’d like to start by saying it takes an immense amount of bravery and strength to share your story and struggle, and I want to thank you for taking the time to share with us. To hear that Jini has been a source of inspiration, hope, and information to you for the past 4 years is fantastic. Jini’s goal is to provide information for those who may be struggling just as you have, and to hear it reaffirmed is wonderful.

      I’m curious to hear what protocols or supplements (if any) you have implemented on your end throughout your healing journey? Is there anything specifically that has helped you during the past 4 years you’ve been following Jini and LTYG?

      Also, if you have not read this information already, Jini strongly encourages her readers to address the mind/body aspect of their dis-ease. This is the section of Jini’s blog with all her articles on this topic:

      I look forward to hearing from you.

      In good health,
      Savannah B
      Customer Care

  • I’m from the UK and would be very interested in the trial if it becomes available here. I’m currently in an active flare I’m on Humira but my body is rejecting it so my gastro doc is looking into a new treatment plan. This podcast was very interesting I learned a lot.

    1. Hi Nicola,

      I am very happy to hear you learned a lot from this podcast! Currently the trial is only available in Canada, however if that changes we will be sure to announce it.

      Thanks so much for reaching out.

      Savannah B
      Customer Care

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