A family friend who is also a physician gave me a couple of bottles of this stuff & said that it should help my IBS, & that lots of people are benefitting from it. I ran a search here on BioChoice, & nothing came up.It is (in part) an immunomodulator, but it claims to fight cancer (one of my concerns about immunomodulators is their effect on cancer cells).There are some positives & negatives that I can see - but I'd like to hear from others. First the positives:In their product literature they provide a quote from the PDR for nonprescription drugs & dietary supplements. If the quote is correct (we're trying to track down that PDR to find out) it provides a number of good "documented structure and function claims" which certainly sounds good (too long to reproduce here). If anyone has the PDR, it's the 22nd edition, 2001, pages 508, 818-819.There's an research article about using this stuff (immune egg) to control D in mice at www.hyperimmune.org - go to that page, click on "Clinical Studies", then pick the 4th article down.The doc gave me this stuff - so I would expect that he expects it to work so I'll come back & buy more (he sells it as a sideline).Now for the negative:It's sold by "network marketing". (send up the red flags!!!!). I shy away from anything that has to do with MLMs or network marketing (is there a difference?), but I guess the sales method doesn't necessarily imply the validity of the product.Any thoughts out there? I have a couple of bottles, so unless someone indicates that this stuff is going to kill me, I'll probably try it & see what it does.for more info, see www.hyperimmune.org. A google search on BioChoice turns up a pile of websites of people selling the stuff - there is also quite a bit on it at worldwidescam.com, but in all the negative stuff from wwwscam, they don't show any evidence that it doesn't work.Any thoughts, ideas, experience, etc.????