First a message for Tangled knot: I don't have specific recollection of the questions asked at the end. This was basically an update on where the research stands right now, from this Stanford-associated team. Nothing in it would be changing your medical care at this point. I'm sorry to read that you are also being hit with bad fatigue. It's very, very difficult to live with, and I hope someone figures out how to help us with this.
Dr Ron Davis
Things to keep in mind, from the original poster:
"Ron Davis is a Professor of Biochemistry and world renowned geneticist, whose son has been bedridden for years, with ME/CFS. (There are 3 Nobel Laureates on this team.)"
"Years ago, someone at Prohealth or PhoenixRising said a friend of his was working on studying this [inflexible red blood cells]. But maybe that was going to be a fibro study, now that I think about
it some more"
"There are mitochondrial problems in fibro also. Makes me wonder if Pridgen's study using antivirals, is going to be wise in the very long run. (Pridgen's study is in stage 3 now I think)."
"Don't just go and take a copper supplement without knowing what you're doing. There is a copper I and a copper II. One good to take, one that is not....wrong number of electrons. And I have seen it said that you need be sure that your hormones are balanced to take even the proper copper. (brand MitoSynergy. There is a group for that.)"
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