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Over a thirty year period, I gave both mainstream medicine and the alternative healthcare sector every opportunity to resolve the numerous health problems to which I had fallen prey and, in the process of meeting dozens of doctors and therapists, … Continue reading
Taking part in the Hookworms for Crohn’s Disease trial at Nottingham University in 2007 had provided me with a brief but tantalising glimpse of how my health might be improved by hosting a small colony of benign intestinal worms, and … Continue reading
The European drugs regulator has given the go-ahead for one of the UK’s two swine flu vaccines – Pandemrix, made by GlaxoSmithKline – for use in adults and children over six months and pregnant women, and the Department of Health … Continue reading
Since pioneering individuals began hosting helminths for therapeutic purposes, there have been reports of local anesthetics causing a return of symptoms – possibly due to a temporary adverse effect rather than an actual loss of worms. In one case, the … Continue reading