Inflammation is the body's response to something e.g. if you cut your finger it becomes inflammed as the immune system targets any foreign invaders
Firstly the idea is not to prevent the immune system working normally but to prevent it from working abnormally. There is a world of difference.
It is very easy to criticise in the absence of proof, less so to come up with constructive ideas.
At the end of the day the pharma companies are subject to market forces. If it don't work, you don't get paid. If there was some big secret you can bet your life some other company would exploit it to their own advantage.
It's disconcerting how much of the 06 budget for research is focused on "let's knock out this part of the immune system..." I, too, am tired of the lack of progress and thank you for the opportuinity to share with one another the frustration of answers not being there. I am of course doing abx, but I wish it was well proven accepted and understood, not still in process.
I never believed in the auto-immune theory either. Your body doesn't turn against itself.
They develop and promote drugs that will make them billions. The real MS researchers are in the universities and medical centers but they lack the resources to quickly do this.
Defective elimination of autoreactive cells is thought to play a role in the development of autoimmune diseases including multiple sclerosis (MS)..........We predict that these fundamental defects likely alter the regulation of the immune population of cells in MS and may contribute to the development or progression of the disease.
That's the way of the world. It isn't pretty, it isn't fair, it isn't gonna change. Get used to it. However the 'real' MS researchers are also following the auto-immune theory, including the fabled Dr Sriram.
Charles Stratton may have some sort of antibiotic protocol that he alone advocates..........BUT...........it is not one that Sriram or Moses or Vanderbilt as an institution supports. I checked. So, there is actually no such thing as the "Vanderbilt protocol"
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