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 infectionAn infectious cascade of pathogens in which initial infectious agents slow the immune response and make it easier for subsequent infections to proliferate. 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 “autoimmuneA condition or disease thought to arise from an overactive immune response of the body against substances and tissues normally present in the body” 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.