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Clinical Commentary: Post-Viral COVID Long-Haul Treatment Mirrors Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Therapy

This interview with Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia (CFS/FMS) researcher and board-certified internist explores the commonalities among CFS/FMS and post-viral COVID (aka Long-Haul Syndrome) and relapse symptoms seen in patients after viral infection. As described in a recent case study in Clinical Microbial and Infections, persistent symptomsRead

DISCOVERY: Immune Defense Guidance System Identified

A new mice experimental study shows that at the kick off of the immune response, the molecule sphingosine 1 phosphate (S1P) mobilizes immune cells into the bloodstream to target infection sites and then rapidly shifts position. Researchers say this indirectly amplifies the attack on foreign microbes or the body’s ownRead

Glutathione Precursor GlyNAC Reverses Premature Aging with HIV

A new study from Baylor College of Medicine shows that findings supplementing GlyNAC, a combination of glycine and N-acetylcysteine, corrects glutathione deficiencies in humans with HIV, thus reversing premature aging, and could have implications beyond HIV, pending further investigations. Premature aging in people with HIV is now recognized as aRead

Enzyme PKM2 promotes Th17 Cell Differentiation and Autoimmune Inflammation

autoimmune inflammation

An enzyme associated with energy production in cells also participates in the differentiation of immune cells involved in exacerbated autoimmune inflammation. The discovery could lead to more effective treatment for autoimmune diseases. Scientists affiliated with the Center for Research on Inflammatory Diseases (CRID, hosted by the University of SãoRead

Exploratory Study: N-acetylcysteine Associated With Increased Cerebral Glucose Metabolism in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

N-acetylcysteine (NAC), the naturally occurring molecule that replenishes antioxidants, shows improved brain metabolism and self-reported improvements in cognitive function in patients with multiple sclerosis, according to a study published in the journal, Frontiers in Neurology. The study found improvements in brain metabolism, particularly in areas that support cognition such asRead


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