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Submitted by MMHHPP on Mon, 2016-04-04 13:49

I've been following this Company and Trial for a bit - and MMHHPP - I think this update is awesome.  Thank you!  Here's an excerpt:

"The initial analysis of the study’s interim results provides encouraging clinical signals as well as important and reassuring safety data. In particular, the reduction of total T2 lesion burden over baseline, a key MS disease burden measurement, as well as relapse-free and stable EDSS data, are positive and meaningful signals, particularly given the small patient population in the study and the early time point of the data generated to date."

Ricky's results - using the CAP protocol variation (that changed awhile back) - are very similar sounding to the above.  This should get more folks aware of a CAP protocol and how it might help with MS.

Best & Highest Regards,

Tom C

Proud Parent of Rick - R started CAP in Nov. 13. Small measurable improvements as of 7/14, more by 10/14.  Holding Steady in early 2017.  "I will leave no stone unturned, no theory unexamined, to help my son." Tommi

I followed cap protocol ( doxycycline, azythromicin and metronidazole) for 2 years and it did not work for me. I wonder if Redhill combination of antibiotics should be better. has anybody tried them?( clarithromycin, rifabutin, clofazimine).

 

MMHHPP

RRMS since 2010. Asthma sufferer during  2008-2012 - Free of asthma since started  Wheldon protocol- october 2012 doxy 200mg, Azytrom 3x week, NAC 1200g day and vitamins-  January 2013 started Flagyl pulses. i s

I have followed on from Irene and replied on the Redhill site, congratulating them on their work.  Stratton and Mitchell's original patent was put online for anyone to use and Redhill are now using a very similar combination of antibiotics, yet in one dose.  If they are finding that this works, I say very well done to them.......................Sarah

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

In addition, this could well prove to be beneficial to people here: trials are rarely aimed at people with progressive MS and the Redhill trial is for the drug plus a interferon as is usual for RRMS people.  If enough interest is shown in it, some doctors might be willing to try CAP on some of their patients, knowng that a few off patent antibiotics are bound to be the less expensive option than a collection carefully packaged up in one little capsule plus the seperate interferon....................Sarah

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Was just reading this and was going to post it to the site but you beat me to it.  Well, well, well.  

 "RedHill’s CEASE-MS study with RHB-104 is the first clinical study to evaluate the therapeutic potential of a triple antibiotic combination therapy, and specifically these intracellularly acting antibiotics"

I've also posted a comment on the page citing DW's research and treatment.  


http://ir.redhillbio.com/releasedetail.cfm?releaseid=727469

RedHill purchased the Intellectual Property for this formulation from an Australian biomedical company named Giaconda 

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Doing Thibault protocol (NAC/mino/roxi/tini/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol

Giaconda was founded in 2004 as a vehicle through which to commercialise therapies for gastrointestinal diseases and disorders developed by Prof. Thomas Borody at the Centre for Digestive Diseases Pty Ltd.

http://www.giacondaltd.com/about.html

Prof Borody formulated the therapy to kill helicobacter pylori (the scientists who discovered this bacteria caused stomach ulcers were awarded a Nobel prize!)

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Doing Thibault protocol (NAC/mino/roxi/tini/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol

"The only way to convince some doctors to use antibiotics [to treat Crohns] is to get a product on the market (as happened for helicobacter pylori)...Proof in physicians minds is FDA Approval"

https://www.facebook.com/helena.webb.12/posts/1387255314637743

Prof Borody talks here about targeting Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) to treat Crohn's disease...but surely could be applied to targetting c.pneumoniae to treat Multiple Sclerosis too?

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Doing Thibault protocol (NAC/mino/roxi/tini/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol

Link works for me, but you could try this one:

https://youtu.be/GDRapzY61KA

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Doing Thibault protocol (NAC/mino/roxi/tini/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol