Jim K 4 Feb 2006 08:40 pm Â Red- These are some great Red- These are some great inter-connections you've made. You might email this to Dr. Stratton and see what he says. You can find his email at the Vanderbilt University website. Cpn certainly would seem to be a possible contributing agent because of it's highly inflammatory, TH2 nature. It certainly would be worth being tested at the least, along with the list of other infections you've found. On Wheldon/Stratton protocol for Cpn in CFS/FMS since December 2004.