The mission of the Autoimmunity Research Foundation is to conduct scientific research into the cause and cure of autoimmuneA condition or disease thought to arise from an overactive immune response of the body against substances and tissues normally present in the body and non-autoimmune diseases, and to instruct the public on subjects related to disease, useful to individuals and beneficial to the community.
To support this mission we provide free access to a forum-based support community. Membership in this support community is for persons learning about or pursuing recovery through the use of the scientific understanding and clinical experience developed in relation to the Marshall Protocol.
To best serve this community, we adhere to the following policies:
Use of the MarshallProtocol.com site is expected to align with it's purpose, allowing members to search, review existing answers, learn about the MP Knowledge Base, post questions about the Marshall Protocol, and share personal response to the protocol.
You may review the text of our user registration greeting message for more details.
You may contact other members via private message or email but you are cautioned that information from other members may not be accurate or helpful.
Members may not post solicitations or promotions for financial benefit or that would be in violation of applicable law.
From time to time we will send emails to our membership containing news and information about activities of the Autoimmunity Research Foundation. Any emails sent will provide a mechanism for unsubscribing to future emails. Member emails are not shared with any other organization.
The MarshallProtocol.com study site is for educational and informational purposes only. All material displayed on the study site is (C)Copyright Autoimmunity Research Foundation 2004-Present. No member, moderator, officer, administrator or other person affiliated in any way with the Marshall Protocol study site is responsible in any way for any information exchanged while participating on this study site. It is the responsibility of each member to consult with his or her personal physician to determine an appropriate course of treatment.