Whipworm as a therapeutic agent for IBD and other inflammatory disorders

Whipworm as a therapeutic agent for IBD and other inflammatory bowel disorders scroll down the page to find the link

FYI  

http://www2.smartbrief.com/servlet/encodeServlet?issueid=44112514-E355-4E25-B0A6-9ACD47FE2131&sid=8dba0d22-1b97-4399-bd8f-5daa04f34790 

That reminds me if something a read at the bbc web page:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/6268585.stm

I gave you an old link! where is my brain!

The program I saw is more recent from 2013

here is the link:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-21905522



 



 

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

MMHHPP I am wondering if those with unbalanced flora resulting from longtermabx might get some value from these as well.   I know of one longtermabx who I met through this forum was considering a trans fecal implantation or however that is officially termed.   So I just thought this might be of interest to someone in some fashion reading here.

Oh try entering a space after your link and see if it changes it changes them to active links?  It works for me.

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i really find very interesting the fecal transplantation FMT and the tesults that Borody presented for 3 ms patients.  Ig is a shame that there is no more data. Then thanks to your post i remembered this bbc news info that at the time without any knowledge on FMT i did not pay much attention buti do now!!!

 

 

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 am very familiar with this research using both whipworm and hookworm, commonly called helminthic therapy, to treat autoimmune diseases. Unfortunately, I am unable to open the first link, so I can't comment on specifics relating to the article. Both links lead to very worthy and thought-provoking research and dialog.

I innoculated myself with hookworm, but saw no benefits from the treatment. This could be because I didn't dose myself with enough hookworm or that I was too impatient to field results (mainly because I stumbled on CAP when I was only 9 months into my helminthic therapy).

The problem with helminthic therapy is that it is only a treatment and not a cure. For MS, you will only see results while hosting a colony. If your colony dies or becomes geriatric, the symptoms return. Who wants a treatment if you can go for the cure, right?

If researchers can bottle this immune response to helminths, it may help those who don't respond to or can't handle CAP.

- Jennifer Hopeful

MS Dx 2003
Rebif 2003-2007, Copaxone 2007-2011, Tysabri 2011-Present
NAC started 4.30.2013
CAP started 7.24.2013: 200 mino daily, 1000 amox daily, 250 azith MWF
First pulse 10.17.2013: 1500 metro 1 week/mont

Jennifer, Try the link again I am still working on getting it to go through and also found another link to add to the topic for reference to lists which may be of interest.  

While going for a cure adjuncts along the way can potential be helpful.   Personally, I need adjuncts while using CAP to maintain wellness.   So guess I am always a work in progress in one way or another.    Louise

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  • MethylationProtocolSupplements: Started08/08
  • Intermtnt CAP: 02/09-02/10
  • Full MethylProtocol & LDN 02/09
  • Off CAP: 02/10, cont LDN & MethlyProtocol support

whip worms? there is a nero here in Madison who is researching that as a treatment for MS patients. His name is Dr Fleming and he has a grant from the Nation MS Society to fund it. You can read about it on that site by doing a search for whipworm.  

7th mo on CAP. NAC 2400, doxy 200mg, azith 250mwf, pulse met 500, chorella 1600