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In a Squeaky-Clean World,

Postby Lyon » Tue Feb 14, 2012 1:25 pm

Not new news but continues to be interesting http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 ... lenews_wsj
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Re: In a Squeaky-Clean World,

Postby mrbarlow » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:40 am

Thanks for posting.

I started Hookworm / whipworm therapy just over 1 year ago. So far so good, no relapses and no evident decline. It is a big test now as Im on low dose Rebif (1 shot per week) for the next 6 months and then off it completely.
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Re: In a Squeaky-Clean World,

Postby DougL » Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:09 am

i like to read these kinds of stories, thanks.
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Re: In a Squeaky-Clean World,

Postby Lyon » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:25 am

mrbarlow wrote:Thanks for posting.

I started Hookworm / whipworm therapy just over 1 year ago. So far so good, no relapses and no evident decline. It is a big test now as Im on low dose Rebif (1 shot per week) for the next 6 months and then off it completely.

We've talked before and you might have told me before and I've forgotten but please explain why you're on Rebif and going to be off it in six months? Is that part of some intentional protocol?
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Re: In a Squeaky-Clean World,

Postby mrbarlow » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:56 am

Lyon wrote:
mrbarlow wrote:Thanks for posting.

I started Hookworm / whipworm therapy just over 1 year ago. So far so good, no relapses and no evident decline. It is a big test now as Im on low dose Rebif (1 shot per week) for the next 6 months and then off it completely.

We've talked before and you might have told me before and I've forgotten but please explain why you're on Rebif and going to be off it in six months? Is that part of some intentional protocol?



Purely one of circumstance. I am moving jobs and Country and lets just say Interferon is not available to me. So I managed to save 36 injections (rationing) and now using at the rate of one a week so will be out Sept / Oct.

My only real symptoms are a bit of buzzing in my hands and feet, particularly towards the end of the day.
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