Anecdote, just read the article at the above site. Such a large learning curve! The reason I had leaned towards minocycline is the lower dose required (due to greater BBB penetration), and Table 5 on Stratton,s patent website (http://www.pharmcast.com/Patents/Yr2003 ... 061703.htm
), which, if I read it correctly, lists minocycline as the preferred of the tetracyclines. Wasn't aware of increased potential for side-effects. As for NAC and niacin, I'm almost
inclined to say the harm is in not taking these two supplements. As a side note, I just realized with your last post who you were. Your and your husband's youtube video was one of my first inspirations to not just blindly
accept the "standard treatment." Still bookmarked! Thanks.