I do not think Cheney wants anyone else to touch his "pig paste". I think he is using his high paying clients ( and I was one of the desperate ones too) for his own study on his latest theory. I was completely disappointed with my 2 day visit with him. Found Dr. Nancy Klimas at U of Miami. Atleast she relys on "some form" of evidence before prescribing anything.
I'll say this much: at least his echo terrain results have shown improvement, patients have reported significant change with his csf's and they don't cost a fortune ($150/6 month supply). I think yasko RNA formulas are interesting in theory but for $85/bottle that lasts a month and hasn't elicited functional improvement as far as I've heard from any cfs patients, I think it's more of a crime that she charges this much than Cheney is exclusive with his product. That's just my opinion on the lesser of two evils.
As for doctors that sell his formulas, it's only Dr Eric Gordon in Santa Rosa and Dr Larry Sharp in Fort Worth, TX. A more reasonable alternative in my mind for those that cannot access the CSF's are live cells from Europe. They are derived mostly from pig organs versus bison, but still carry actual healthy mammal heart/liver/kidney/pancreas factors. I know Dr Dale guyer uses these and so does Dr Bigelsen in Nevada City (I'm sure there are many many more)
A week or so ago, Rich van K went to the autism conference.
He says that during a presentation, Dr. Amy Yasko stated that her most powerful treatments are the RNA formulas. So I went and took a look at them.
What I'm thinking is that maybe these do pretty much the same thing as the CSFs, in the same way.
Does that seem like it might be the case to anyone here?
Thanks much for your comments.