Anecdote wrote:Right Anonymoose, so you hate to poo-poo my husband's strategies. Fair enough, but what about the people on the Vanderbilt protocol who have never taken doxycycline bur rifampicin, which is not immunomodulatory.
My treatment had to be aggressive because my neuro had me in line for a nursing home. Before my progression my diet was very similar to Jimmylegs' but for me it stopped working.
rifampin is a glucocorticoid receptor ligand with the ability to transactivate the receptor (6). Following this hypothesis, rifampin could act as an immunosuppressive agent, reactivating persistent infection and thus allowing azithromycin to act on replicating pathogens,
Pubmed 11371760 wrote:The tropism of C. pneumoniae to the neural tissue suggests it may play a role in diverse neurologic diseases, including Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and giant-cell arteritis.
David Wheldon wrote:An elucidation of the possible events which may happen in the course of persistent infective states with this organism will present one of the greatest challenges in medical microbiology in this century.
CuriousRobot wrote:I am always open to the possibility & this thread can be a perfect environment for stating your case for hpa-axis disregulation. However, citing anecdotal failure and making claims such as "not everyone with MS has Cpn" is far from enough to pique my curiosity.
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