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Century-old vaccine gives new hope to fibromyalgia community

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  1. Barbara Walsh says:

    I for one can not take Duloextine or Lyrica for my Fibromyalgia, after years of use, I now have advanced stage of
    Glaucoma. I researched further of the medication and discovered to my dismay that both medications excacerbate Glaucoma. Now I rely completely on Cannabis Vapor for pain relief. Not enough, My lifestyle has changed radically since going off the meds. They did help, but with dire consequences. I’m receiving accupuncture, massage and vapor, walking in pool to get more movement. Short walks. I need the Cannibas patch desperately, not sure where to look, my Tru-Lieve doesn’t have it.

  2. Baska Bartsch says:

    Tuberculosis starts in the lungs but affects a lot more of the body once it spreads. My mother had it as a teen; in the Sanitarium she watched others affected, eg TB in the brain. She received streptomycin in the UK in either 1948 or 1949 and was told she wouldn’t live to see 30, she is now almost 87. We all had BCGs in the 1950’s, the scar on the arm is still with me, but how effective would that shot be now? Hopefully the study will address whether those with fibromyalgia who have been immunised with a BCG decades ago should receive a booster shot.

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