Can this help me??? I have been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and suffer from Ross River Virus x 2

Hi, I am very new to this site and came across it while reading a personal message on the Marshall Protocol website.

I have a few questions because I am trying to figure out which is best for me:

1. Having read the Marshall Protocol fairly well and having an understanding of what it is all about I am wondering who monitors progress for this protocol?

2. Where can I read the medical evidence that this works?

3. Where do I ask questions that I need to know?

4. Do doctors have an awareness and support this protocol?

5. Does this protocol suppress the symptoms or cure the bacteria that causes them?

Liz

 

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In addition to the materials

In addition to the materials on-site, you might also peruse the following links:

http://lassesen.com/cfids/marshall.htm<
http://lassesen.com/cfids/supplements/vitamin_d.htm<
http://lassesen.com/cfids/recommended_levels.htm<

For the most direct hard-science and research regarding the treatment, including case reports, see US Patent 6756369

http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6756369-fulltext.html<

Also, links to papers and interesting discussion on this page:

http://www.cpnhelp.org/the_vitamin_d_page<

This should all lead you to massive confusion, argument and counter argument, but that's the benefit of free discussion! Good luck.

CAPi for Chlamydia pneumonia since 11/04. 25yrs CFS & FMSi- Currently: 200 Doxycycline, 500mg MWF Azithromycin, Tinii pulses.

 

CAPi for Cpni 11/04. Dxi: 25+yrs CFSi & FMSi. Currently: 250 aithromycin mwf, doxycycline 100mg BIDi, restarted Tinii pulses; Vit D2000 units, T4 & T3, 6mg Iodoral

Good Morning Jim.  It is a

Good Morning Jim.  It is a glorious one here!  Thanks ever so much for these facinating links.  three of them are not conntecting outward might you edit the post again to see if you can get them to work?  When I recopied the first two without the little i's into my browser up poped the pages.

Looks like the fourth one has a glitch as well but I have not done a manual test on that one, there are no little i's.  Maybe just a space after the address could work there?

Lots of thoughts at those links to ponder.   I am working my d3 up. At 1450mg currently.  

Thanks for what you do to keep this site available to seekers of knowledge and possibility.

Louise 

 

Louise, USA, Northern New England. CPni, Bb(Borrelia B., Lyme,) CFS.     Started CAPi 6/24/07 Doxy400, NAC1200.  Currently 9/24/07, Doxy 200 mg, NAC 1200 mg.

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1. Having read the Marshall

1. Having read the Marshall Protocol fairly well and having an understanding of what it is all about I am wondering who monitors progress for this protocol?

We don't do the Marshall Protocol. We follow the Wheldon/Stratton protocol. It is listed as a link on the Physician's Page and elsewhere.

2. Where can I read the medical evidence that this works?

 The Physician's Pages have a boatload of cites to articles and papers you can read.

3. Where do I ask questions that I need to know?

Read first, ask questions here on the forum, just like you did with this post.  We may have answered the question twenty times before, or we may never have seen it, but we'll answer, as I said before, usually with a sense of wry humor or a pun or two attached. 

4. Do doctors have an awareness and support this protocol? 

Some doctors do.  THe number is growing.  Oftentimes, patients are bringing this information to their doctors and that is their first exposure to it.  By pointing a good doctor to good information (such as the Physician's Pages here), we help them help us.

5. Does this protocol suppress the symptoms or cure the bacteria that causes them?

 Other 'treatments' address the symptoms, not the cause of the disease.  The CRABS drugs are of questionable efficacy.  This treatment addresses the root cause/causes of the disease and has a multi-phased approach to kill the bacteria in its three life-phases.

6. How long does it take?

Each one of us is different.  We have different degrees of bacterial loads and different locations where the loads have settled in our bodies.  There may also be 'cohort' diseasesi that affect the timeline of recovery.  It takes as long as it takes.  We can guide you through it, as can a cpni-knowledgeable doctor.

 7. Is it a cure?

It's been shown in mice to be a 'cure', basically meaning once you've cleared the infection, the mice could not be reinfected with the bacteria.

 

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.  Mohandas Gandhi

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Thanks for your reply, I

Thanks for your reply, I will start reading.

Will I find all the answers to the questions I originally asked? I have posted them again below. 

1. Having read the Marshall Protocol fairly well and having an understanding of what it is all about I am wondering who monitors progress for this protocol?

2. Where can I read the medical evidence that this works?

3. Where do I ask questions that I need to know?

4. Do doctors have an awareness and support this protocol?

5. Does this protocol suppress the symptoms or cure the bacteria that causes them?

6. How long does it take?

7. Is it a cure? 

Liz, I don't know about

Liz, I don't know about Ross River virus, but I do know this could be your ticket out of RAi. I have a personal friend who has reversed hers after a little more than a year on antibioticsi. I don't know how they measure it, but she said her doctor calls this a miracle cure, as she has 'no numbers' indicating RA now. You probably understand it. I'm told roadback is very big on this protocol, or a slight variation of it. I will tell you the treatment takes as long as it takes. Those of us with MSi will tell you two to five years, which sounds awful, but I'm two years into it and it doesn't much impact my lifestyle, so I'll keep doing it. You now have an assignment. Start reading. There are buttons at the top of this page. Read patient stories. Read the handbook. Read what you can on the physicians' pages (with great links to articles and papers and studies). Ask questions. We may have heard them all by now, but we always answer again and usually with a wry sense of humour, as well. Welcome! If

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.  Mohandas Gandhi

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

6. How long does it take? 7.

6. How long does it take?

7. Is it a cure?