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 ====== Acute infections ====== ====== Acute infections ======
  
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 The term acute infection is used to refer to microbe living inside a host for a limited period of time, typically less than six months. However, an abundance of research has emerged suggesting that acute infections have long-lasting effects, predisposing a person to later onset of chronic diseases. The term acute infection is used to refer to microbe living inside a host for a limited period of time, typically less than six months. However, an abundance of research has emerged suggesting that acute infections have long-lasting effects, predisposing a person to later onset of chronic diseases.
  
-The purpose of the Marshall Protocol is to stimulate the immune response and improve the mix of microbes in the human body. In theory, this would free the immune response to target acute infections. Anecdotal reports from physicians and patients suggest that the MP is effective in this manner. To date, there have been no reports of tuberculosis or AIDS among MP patients.+The purpose of the Marshall Protocol is to rehabilitate the immune response and improve the mix of microbes in the human body. In theory, this would free the immune response to target acute infections. Anecdotal reports from physicians and patients suggest that the MP is effective in this manner. To date, there have been no reports of tuberculosis or AIDS among MP patients.
  
 ===== Acute vs. chronic infections ===== ===== Acute vs. chronic infections =====
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 Microbial infections make the body a more hospitable environment for other infections via two primary means: affecting both [[home:pathogenesis:microbiota#bacteria_affect_host-cell_pathways|human host-cell pathways]] and the [[home:pathogenesis:microbiota#bacteria_affect_human_genes_and_gene_expression|expression of human genes]]. This effect has been documented in a range of clinical and laboratory-based studies. O'Connor and team at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state, "At least 13 of 39 recently described infectious agents induce chronic syndromes."(({{pubmed>long:16836820}})) The section [[home:pathogenesis:successive_infection#successive_infectionearly_infections_predispose_a_person_to_later_chronic_disease|Successive infection: early infections predispose a person to later chronic disease]] lists at least a dozen such examples. Microbial infections make the body a more hospitable environment for other infections via two primary means: affecting both [[home:pathogenesis:microbiota#bacteria_affect_host-cell_pathways|human host-cell pathways]] and the [[home:pathogenesis:microbiota#bacteria_affect_human_genes_and_gene_expression|expression of human genes]]. This effect has been documented in a range of clinical and laboratory-based studies. O'Connor and team at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state, "At least 13 of 39 recently described infectious agents induce chronic syndromes."(({{pubmed>long:16836820}})) The section [[home:pathogenesis:successive_infection#successive_infectionearly_infections_predispose_a_person_to_later_chronic_disease|Successive infection: early infections predispose a person to later chronic disease]] lists at least a dozen such examples.
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 ===== Certain treatments for acute infections can predispose to chronic disease===== ===== Certain treatments for acute infections can predispose to chronic disease=====
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 ===== Targeting chronic microbes may decrease susceptibility to acute infections===== ===== Targeting chronic microbes may decrease susceptibility to acute infections=====
  
-The purpose of the Marshall Protocol is to stimulate the immune response and improve the mix of microbes in the human body. In theory, this would free the immune response to target acute infections. Anecdotal reports from physicians and patients suggest that the MP is effective in this manner. To date, there have been no reports of tuberculosis or AIDS among MP patients. +The purpose of the Marshall Protocol is to rehabilitate the immune response and improve the mix of microbes in the human body. In theory, this would free the immune response to target acute infections. Anecdotal reports from physicians and patients suggest that the MP is effective in this manner. To date, there have been no reports of tuberculosis or AIDS among MP patients.
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 ===== Acute respiratory infections ===== ===== Acute respiratory infections =====
 <mainarticle>  [[home:diseases:acute_respiratory|Acute respiratory infections]]</article> <mainarticle>  [[home:diseases:acute_respiratory|Acute respiratory infections]]</article>
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 ===== Notes and comments ===== ===== Notes and comments =====
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