Autoantibodies

Pietr Hitzig fen_phen at internetMCI.COM
Sat Feb 17 07:53:36 EST 1996


It has been established over the last seven years that the TH1-like T 
cell in autoimmune processes is elevated vis a vis the TH2-like.

To correct this you must immunomodulate.

Dopamine is a Th1 agonist and a Th2 antagonist.

Serotonin is a Th2 agonist and a Th1 antagonist.

You can infuse Th2 cytokines, if available. Surely expensive and multiple 
adverse effects.

You can try with a serotonin agonist such as steroids or cyclosporin. 
Toxic and expensive.

You can try methotrexate, etc. This dopamine antagonist is toxic.

Or

You can immunomodulate with combined serotonin and dopamine agonists: 
FEB/PHEN. See official web site, then unofficial.  

Happy to hear from you. Yes, a major paradigm shift.
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