News and highlights
|The Microbiome in Chronic Disease Prevention Presented by Professor Trevor Marshall to conference held in Moscow, Russia on “Preventive Medicine 2015: Innovative methods of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation”|
Publications and presentations
|Inflammatory disease and the human microbiome - paper in Discovery medicine which discusses successive infection and methods for reversal of pathogen-induced genomic dysregulation|
|Immunostimulation in the treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis - paper in Immunologic research which discusses the role of immunostimulation in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis|
|The human microbiome and autoimmunity - paper in Current opinion in rheumatology which reviews the role of chronic pathogens in “autoimmune” conditions|
|Immunostimulation in the era of the human metagenome - paper in Molecular and clinical immunology that reviews a case series of Marshall Protocol patients and discusses how immunostimulatory approaches may require rethinking medicine|
|Autoimmune disease and the human metagenome - book chapter in Springer's Metagenomics of the human body that discusses how the process of successive infection may be responsible for autoimmune disease
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About the MPKB Project
The MPKB currently contains about 400 pages and draws from the best possible evidence to support its mission. As of May 2011, about 85% of those articles are complete with the remainder scheduled to be completed.
About Autoimmunity Research Foundation
Autoimmunity Research Foundation is a California-based non-profit organization formed to conduct scientific research into the cause and cure of autoimmune and non-autoimmune diseases, and to instruct the public on subjects related to disease, useful to individuals and beneficial to the community.