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Stem Cell Post Injection Instructions

Rule 1: Set Yourself Up for Success Your new stem cells are tender and delicate. They need special care if they are to grow and help heal your injured or degenerated joint or disc. When in doubt be kind to them! You are your body’s best advocate. Congratulations on taking control of your health! RuleView Article
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Influenza Vaccine Pros, Cons & Natural Treatments

If you are weighing the pros and cons of getting the flu shot this year then you are not alone. Recent studies have questioned how well the flu vaccine really works. A 2010 Cochrane Database review of 50 studies including over 70,000 people, found that “influenza vaccines have a modest effect in reducing influenza symptomsView Article
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HRT Pellets

Time released hormone pellets are one option for delivery of hormone replacement therapy in men and women.  We have been performing pellet insertions for over a decade and we recommend obtaining pellets from College Pharmacy in Colorado Springs, because they are one of the most experienced and advanced pharmacies and have been making the pelletsView Article
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Walk Your Way to Health

I walk because it’s good for me. Every morning, year round, rain or shine, my wife and I walk. Up the drive, along the gravel road, detour in the long field above the creek, out on the road again, down the steep hill to the creek and up the other side, then back. Our morningView Article
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Cancer Cell Markers

Cancer cell markers may be used to screen for presence of cancer, help determine the type of cancer and characteristics about it’s behavior.   Some markers, called transcription factors, are proteins that turn specific genes “on” or “off” by binding to nearby sections of DNA. BCR-ABL – gene mutation found in most patients with chronic myelogenousView Article
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Get the Lead Out

‘In THAT direction,’ the Cat said, waving its right paw round, ‘lives a Hatter – and in THAT direction,’ waving the other paw, ‘lives a March Hare.  Visit either you like:  they’re both mad.’  Thus, Lewis Carroll immortalized the term “Mad Hatter” in his 19th century book “Alice in Wonderland”.  This common English saying referredView Article
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Low Dose Immunotherapy Microbial Antigen Mixture List

Contents of Microbial Mixtures LDI microbial antigen mixtures are acquired through various sources (trades with other practitioners, microbiology specimen warehouses, etc.) and are comprised of dead bacterial/viral/fungal/protozoan specimens. Notable exceptions are the Flu, MMR and Varicella antigens. Those three are dilutions made from commercially produced vaccines, which are live attenuated viruses. I have diluted the DTaP and PolioView Article
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Low Dose Immunotherapy Allergen Antigen Mixture List

Food Mix and Sub-Mixtures “Food” Mix – Contains all of the following sub-mixtures, with all foods at roughly the same dilution relative to one another. Nuts and Peanut are actually 1C (100:1) weaker than the others, because reactions to those foods are typically more severe. Only the corn is made from a manufactured antigen concentrateView Article
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Low Dose Immunotherapy Patient Information

If you actually want this treatment to work for you, I suggest you read all of this information at least twice, and do your best to follow all recommendations. Your success with low dose immunotherapy (LDI) rests very heavily on how well you communicate your responses to  your other LDI provider; and much of thisView Article
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Low Dose Immunotherapy

Low dose immunotherapy (LDI) is a treatment for “turning off” an overactive immune system.  This applies to allergies, autoimmune diseases or any process in which the immune system is activated. Traditional “immunotherapy” involves administering a dilute solution of the allergen by injection, under the tongue drops or topical cream.  The concentration of allergen is relativelyView Article
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