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Neurotropin & FMS.... vaccine...ideas??

voner

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for the last few years, I've been waiting for results from the usa study on Neurotropin in the treatment of fibromyalgia. The reason I'm posting here is that Neurotropin is used in Japan to combat neuropathic pain -- something I experience another FMS and also CFS patients do also.

AND... if I remember right, Neurotropin is basically a vaccine -- a nonprotein extract isolated from inflamed skin of rabbits inoculated with vaccinia virus...

any ideas about the mechanism of Neurotropin in combating pain? Does this have any link to viruses and CFS??

I hope the above is not confusing, I'm just seeing if anybody knows anything about Neurotropin -- it's been a long time since I've seen any published on it, but from what I understand it's used in Japan for combating neuropathic pain.... just all makes me ponder -- but my knowledge of is not enough to ponder very far... hopefully somebody else could!

Regards,

voner
 
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