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Prof. Garth Nicolson seeking candidates for CFS neutraceutical clinical trial

Discussion in 'Active Clinical Studies' started by richvank, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. richvank

    richvank Senior Member

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    Hi, all.

    Prof. Garth Nicolson is enrolling candidates for a new clinical trial of a neutraceutical called ATP Fuel. It contains NT Factor, NADH, and coenzyme Q-10.

    Here's the site where people can apply to participate:

    http://immclinicals.org/

    Best regards,

    Rich
     
  2. Grape Funk

    Grape Funk Senior Member

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    thanks rich
     
  3. LaurelW

    LaurelW Senior Member

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    No sleep meds--is he kidding?
     
  4. August59

    August59 Daughters High School Graduation

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    That probably rules out 90% of us!
     
  5. CBS

    CBS Senior Member

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    And there goes the other 99%!
     
  6. richvank

    richvank Senior Member

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    Hi, all.

    Sorry about those limits. The treatment Prof. Nicolson is testing supports the mitochondria. My guess is that it would complement the methylation treatment pretty well, but might not work too well as a stand-alone treatment for people who have glutathione depletion and a partial methylation cycle block that is not corrected, because the mito damage mechanisms would not be stopped. But if these mechanisms are stopped, the ATP Fuel would probably help to bring the mitochondria back faster.

    Best regards.
     

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