As i mention many times, different co-infections affect our immune systems in different ways, dont bother believing that we all have the same immune profiles here. I ve seen around 20 or more immune assays from alleged post viral CFS sufferers over the years, and i will try to find some to post, i didnt really care about collecting data so much in the past as i do now as i recognise the value nowadays. Well there where people with EBV+CMV who had completely different picture from others who had just EBV, or CMV and HHV6 or some bacteria on top or lyme etc etc. Some even exhibit different symptomatology, especially the EBV group dont have much to do with CMV, but it all ended up to affect the stress system more or less and most symptoms correlate in the minds of patients but are in no way identical biochemically. We are talking about a vast array of different infections or coinfections that affect one same system here. The neuroimmune and endocrine axis. Some viruses get triggered by hormone ups and downs to keep reactivating like EBV, or HSV, or Enteroviruses or HHV6, others dont ever reactivate, or they do reactivate only when a new viral agent gets introduced. It could be very naive to think that one drug can help all, offcourse its very wishful.