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Bacteriophage therapy

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by Aileen, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. Aileen

    Aileen Senior Member

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    I hope I have this in the right place. Apologies to the mods if I don't.

    Does anyone know anything about bacteriophage therapy? Bacteriophages (phage for short) are viruses that infect bacteria but don't harm the host (eg humans). They are being used in drug resistant cases of bacterial infections.

    There is a clinic in Reno that does phage therapy. Has anyone heard of someone who has been there?
     
  2. Martial

    Martial Senior Member

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    Interesting I may look into this for my own recovery and insights! Never heard of it before but sounds very interesting!
     
  3. Sherlock

    Sherlock tart cherry etc. for joints, insomnia

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    It has been used big in India, but AFAIK only for cleaning in hospitals but never for Tx because it didn't work.

    There is a very nice animation out somewhere (like youtube) of the T4, which is the one that looks like a lunar lander.
     

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