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Dr. Bradstreet - new post


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It is a big question as to whether to continue GcMAF injections after nagalase comes into the reference range. One doctor thinks that it is not a good idea while others seem to feel that it is good to take GcMAF until nagalase is in the low normal reference range.

It seems like not enough people have been taking it long enough for a clear pattern to emerge. For me nagalase is probably in the reference range now (the test takes a long time to be processed). And I'll have to make that decision with my doctor when I have the test results.

This blog is encouraging and I hope the results in autism will be similar to those for ME.

Question marks right now.