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Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the Antiviral Revolution Era : What Does the Research Say? :  What Does the Research Say? - Roberto Patarca-Montero

Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the Antiviral Revolution Era : What Does the Research Say?

What Does the Research Say?

Paperback Published: January 2002
ISBN: 9780789012548
Number Of Pages: 96

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Are viruses the key to understanding this mysterious, devastating disease?Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) causes great suffering, not least because its etiology is so poorly understood. Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the Antiviral Revolution Era offers proof that viruses may be direct or indirect causes of the disease. Therefore the new antiviral agents, the first fruits of the expanding genomics revolution, may be of use in treating this disorder.In recent years, innovative hypotheses on disease have challenged conventional medical wisdom. New studies give powerful evidence that pathological processes as diverse as atherosclerosis and autoimmune disease may be of viral origin. Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the Antiviral Revolution Era takes these ideas a step further and applies them to CFS, offering fresh possibilities for treating this debilitating disease.This breakthrough book presents the latest research on antiviral agents, including: the scientific rationale for their use in CFS the historical evolution of these drugs results of clinical trials new lines of research It also offers updates on specific drugs and treatments, including: Acyclovir, Ampligen, Imunovir (Inosine Pranobex), and 2CVV vaccines against Epstein-Barr virus, influenza, staphylococcus, and stealth virus Interferon-Alpha ginseng and other herb-based antivirals . . . and many more Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the Antiviral Revolution Era is an essential resource for physicians, researchers, virologists, and patient advocates, as well as for anyone who is trying to obtain the best possible treatment for CFS.

Prefacep. vii
The Antiviral Erap. 1
Viruses As Potential Direct or Indirect Etiological Agents for CFSp. 15
Viruses As Potential Direct Etiological Agents for CFSp. 15
Viruses As Possible Indirect Etiological Agents for CFSp. 19
Viral-Specific and Immune-Based Nonspecific Antiviral Therapies for CFSp. 27
Acyclovir and Related Antiherpetic Drugsp. 27
Ampligenp. 36
2CVVp. 40
Epstein-Barr Virus Vaccinep. 40
Imunovir (Inosine Pranobex)p. 41
Influenza Virus Vaccine Alone or in Combination with Other Vaccinesp. 41
Interferon-Alphap. 42
Juzen-Taiho-Top. 43
Lymph Node Cell-Based Immunotherapyp. 44
Mycobacterium Vaccaep. 45
Panax Ginsengp. 47
Sizofiranp. 48
SPV-30p. 48
Staphylococcal Vaccinep. 49
Stealth Virus Vaccinep. 50
Thimerosalp. 52
Transfer Factors Against Herpesvirusesp. 55
Concluding Remarksp. 57
Notesp. 59
Indexp. 77
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ISBN: 9780789012548
ISBN-10: 0789012545
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: January 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.32 x 15.24  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.16
Edition Number: 1

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