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    Magnesium, which is a co-factor of Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is needed to change thiamine to it's active form, may have been reduced by Interferon. A B1 deficiency can cause peripheral neuropathy and shortness of breath. Search on "krispin magnesium" for info on magnesium loss and replacement. Also search on "nothing boring about boron" to help absorb and retain magnesium. Take time review each of the B vitamins. They wo...

    September 11 at 2:47 PM view post
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      Roger, been focused curcumin and tumeric as a JAK2 inhibitor but learned they are iron binders.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6414192/ https://www.tomviola.com/turmeric-can-cause-anemia-natural-may-not-always-mean-safe/  

      May 26 at 1:00 AM view post
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        Isolonjj, I learned about it on CancerCompass: https://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,59681,0.htm It stopped itching and night sweats.

        March 27 at 7:56 PM view post
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          Tibby, in 2001 we were getting a Boxer, a breed prone to dying frm cancer by age six. We had the Boxer 13 years before succumbing to an autoimmune disease.  I came across "canine Brazil nuts cancer" learning the selenium in the Brazil nut helps prevent cancer and dysplacia in dogs. Turms out, selenium benefits your thyroid, platelets, heart, brain and offers a defense against virus. You'll need 400mcg up to 800m...

          March 27 at 3:42 PM view post
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            If you have gallbladder problems it's recommended not to use tumeric. Curcumin used as  liposomal curcumin may offer better benefits. To take advantage of vitamin C and curcumin use 5 ml of liposomal curcumin with 10 ml of liposomal vitamin C three times a day. The vitamin C will build collagen and is a JAK2 inhibitor and curcumin is also JAK2 and other pathway inhibitors. If you click on "Several Question" curr...

            January 09 at 8:30 PM view post
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              Your concerns for others are well founded. Benzene & toluene are prime suspects causing my wife's condition and are found in many products and professions. It's important to take continuous attention to detoxing the liver which will hold a substance it has no recognition. Decreasing toxcity of these chemicals will also provide another way of restoring your health. Take time to see what products you use that may c...

              January 08 at 5:31 PM view post
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                Tocotrienol from red palm oil has the ability to lower platelets. The info supporting that I can no longer find from over ten years ago. Use 100 mg three times a day with food. It is vital that you understand that the protocol listed earlier must be implemented. You have a progressive condition that is at a stage where you have the best chance of remission with the protocol. Substitute the red palm tocotrienol in pla...

                January 07 at 12:58 PM view post
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                  Lynn, eating two Brazil nuts a day will supply the selenium you need. If a supplement is used nclude all the organic  forms. Use the liposomal form of vitamin C, take 10 ml mixed with 5 ml of liposomal curcumin three times a day. Serrapeptase's effect on bone marrow fibrosis has not been tested clinically, however my wife is using 520K SPU a day. A recent bmb compared to one over three years ago, before taking s...

                  January 07 at 4:33 AM view post
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