Thinking outside the box-is there a future better way?
As one reads the entries on this site you learn of many challenges and hardships faced as one deals with the numerous reactions to the protocol. Many are due to the die off aspects.
It makes me wonder if somewhere in the future there could be another way that might be more tolerable and perhaps quicker. I'd like to toss out a few thoughts for different approaches that maybe someday might work(or not). Given the vast knowledge and experience of the members of this site, I invite and encourage other thoughts. Maybe there is an audience out there that might explore some of these ideas if they were captured here - you know - "plant the seed" or "put a bug in ones ear".
1. As a challenge for the body is to cope with the die off effects, can this "kill" be done outside the body? For example:
A.) on a regular basis donate X amount of blood. It then gets treated outside of your body and when "clean" (ie no signs of bacteria/virus/toxins) it gets re-transfused back into you.
B.) expanding upon kidney dialysis, improve it such that it handles bacteria/virus/toxins
2. Another thought is to develop a drug that nullifies the die-off such that while the antibiotic/antiviral creates a endotoxin load this new drug would immediately tackle the endotoxins with the net result being the patient would be unaware of the die-off and would not suffer all the downstream consequences (ie porphyria, etc). If this worked, it could be a major money maker for a drug company as it should in theory work for any antibiotic/antiviral. Also in theory, it might mean one could do the full protocal from day one(subject to damage from major organ infiltration)and therfore get a quicker resolution.
3. Since CPN is so prevalent in society, can it be stopped before people get chronically ill? For example, NAC stops the EBs. We have water treated with floride for cavity prevention, milk fortified with Vit D, other food stuffs enhanced with calcium, Vit C or folic acid, etc. Can NAC be added to a basic food/water staple such that CPN doesn't ever get to take hold the way it has for users of this site?4. Thinking along the lines of cancer radiation treatments, could it be possible to develop a die that could be injected that would attached itself to the bacteria/virus and then subsequently killed by a dose(s) of radiation? Maybe targeted spots to avoid massive kills in one shot? Maybe a final kill of all remaining CPN after being on the protocal for a period of time - ie a guarantee that it is in fact gone? Your turn for ideas. Don't be constrained by potential costs or current unavailablity. This is a brainstorming discussion that hopefully might generate a solution of some sort in the future. CFS-2004 CPN 2000mg NAC daily