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Please Help: Antivirals or Ampligen?

Discussion in 'Antivirals, Antibiotics and Immune Modulators' started by Riley, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. alice1

    alice1 Senior Member

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    Klimas suggested it.
  2. Crappy

    Crappy Senior Member

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    I have experienced this

    The closest thing I could find to explain my symptoms is an old article from Dr. Cheney, here:
    http://www.ei-resource.org/articles...cheney:-balance-the-immune-system-(th1th2)-/

    As he stated in this part, "it is also chewing up human messenger RNA, inhibiting all the enzymes in the body, disrupting protein synthesis, and generally making patients miserable. As RNase L grinds away, it eventually shifts into "after-burner" desperation mode - the more powerful and deadly low molecular weight form", this statement coincides with what I have experienced similar to your description.

    If my layman interpretation is correct, you are suffering significant pathogen reactivation, a loss of enzyme activity, and loss of protein synthesis. What helps me is Human Growth Hormone replacement. Using the Hormone directly is detrimental, you need professional help for a way to supplement, that causes your body to make more. I use http://www.transd.com/ , immediately you could try predigested protein and supplement enzymes to supply elemental building blocks.
    http://www.nextag.com/predigested-protein/stores-html
    http://www.bizrate.com/vitamins-nutrition/enzymes/

    I theorize what Cheney describes causes the nervous system lining to become more porous and the pathogens and immune cells penetrate it at an increasing rate.

    I don't know about you, but I cannot travel like that. I would find someone close by to get quick help with what I outlined and then make plans to find a good ME Dr.
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    Dr. Sharp

    I notice many quick to follow Cindy Willis positive post regarding Dr. Sharp in Texas. I suspect she is a plant by an advocate of Dr. Sharp.

    NOT REALLY!

    I believe Cindy Willis was an easy case, as disclosed by herself, and has experienced the miracle recovery we all deserve.

    I have known Dr. Sharp for two years and have been sadly disappointed. Much like many of the comments about Gordon Inc. here:
    http://forums.aboutmecfs.org/showth...r-with-WPI)-Mikovts-lecture-and-XMRV-Findings

    For those of you new to this struggle (less than five years), I urge caution when seeking treatment. If you are lucky enough to be ill less than five years I think treatments are coming around to help you regain your life. But caution in choosing a Dr. is advised, most are BIG on SALES, and SHORT on RESULTS! I have been as gullible as anyone. Just acknowledging CFS/ME is a good start.

    I have been sick 10 yrs., I have paid Dr. Sharp a few thousand with no results yet, and like Gordon Inc. patients, I am not alone . To make matters worse Dr. Sharp promised a revised Dr. Cheney protocol the first November and he has yet to deliver on it.

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