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Stage Four: Anti-inflammation

This is theoretical but partially based on observations of people on ARBs doing the Marshall Protocol.

Tests:

  • Entry: Inflammatory Markers
    • Lab: Immunosciences Lab., Inc.
    • Other items that could be measure are:
      • Plasma levels of circulating intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (cICAM-1)
      • Plasma levels of vascular adhesion molecule-1 (cVCAM-1)
      • Serum levels of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein
      • High-sensitivity tumor necrosis factor-alpha
      • Interleukin-6
      • Interleukin-10
      • Monocyte chemotactic protein-1
      • LDL cholesterol serum concentrations
      • Metalloprotease 9 (MMP-9)
  • Periodic: Vitamin D and other measures to insure levels are being maintained.
    • Lab: Any local lab
  • Exit:

There is a chance that inflammation may be acting as a barrier protecting pathogens. At this point of time we see how much inflammation is happening. If there is inflammation, the use of Telmisartan with a statin (or Red Rice Yeast) for 4 months (without any anti-pathogens) is suggested. Telmisartan crosses the blood-brain-barrier and you may notice reduction of headaches or improve cognitive functions. You may continue with anti-coagulants. Fibrin dissolving enzymes should be stopped at the beginning and added  . Additional anti-inflammatory substances may be suggested by your MD.

At the end of this stage, we see if pathogens have survived or new ones has been exposed. If so, proceed to Stage Three again.

If none are found and you are feeling normal, proceed to Stage 5. If you are not feeling normal -- please email me.

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