Interesting DVD or audio CD course RE: Inflammation and Immune system

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doors12
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   Posted 10/1/2008 7:41 PM (GMT -6)   
I hope this is allowable, I just wanted to share this with everyone.  There is a company "The Teaching Company" that sells educational DVDs and audio CDs.  I went through a catalogue lately and bought one called "The Human Body: How we fail, how we heal" by a Professor Anthony A Goodman.
 
It has been pretty educational and I am probably 1/4 through it and he already has mentioned ulcerative colitis.  He's going into the inflammatory response and the immune response.  It's not a video about UC but about the body and its defenses.
 
I am not going to post a link as I don't know if that is ok unless the Mods tell me I can.  I just wanted to share that with some of you who may have an interest in learning more, and like me, are at wits end with google-therapy.
 
 


Diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis 6/2006 at age 26 after sudden E.R. visit
~Pancolitis (Mild to Moderate)
 ~I had Mono in 2000
On Colazal 3x3/day; Folic Acid 1mg; Calcium/Magnesium/Zinc combo
In remission about 2-3 months after E.R. but not back to normal!
 
~Interested in finding a cure/making sense out of U.C. and philosophical and psychological aspects of UC and "Stress" and Personal Development issues with Chronic Illnesses. 


Lucky777
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Date Joined Aug 2008
Total Posts : 128
   Posted 10/1/2008 7:46 PM (GMT -6)   
heh.. google-therapy..

How that does describe me on occasion
Sean - 31
Prednisone again for another 12 days, 25mg
UC Since April 2006, diagnosed 2007 (Flex-Sig)
4 x Liada (4 am)
175mg Azathioprine
2 x Imodium (on days where I have to leave the house)
Remicade infusion starting
1 x 1000mg Fish Oil Cap
Activia yogurt and SCD-like foods to see if I can make a change. Just got in my 4 day trial of Haldi.

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