Given that the study is based on the colostrum and those ppl were cured 100%, I'd say to save the $ until the colostrum is somewhere in the market.
They say in the test there's a time correlation between dosages and candida levels, that means it worked instantly, and didn't take a month.
Perhaps colostrum is much easier absorbed.
One person in this thread found a 40% IgG colostrum, it isn't from immunized cows, but dosing at what they did in the study might still work. Or perhaps we should wait until we find the real deal, that way the Candida gets hit with something it can't figure out.