<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”>The findings of the research, published in the journal JAMA Neurology, show that infecting </span>MS patients<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> with a safe dose of the </span>hookworm<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> parasite Necator americanus induces immunoregulatory responses and boosts the number of cells which help keep the immune system under control.</span>
No thank you…mind you, maggots ( help clean wounds by feeding on dead tissue ) leeches ( bloodsuckers, provide a lifesaving vacuum effect that helps doctors clear away bad blood and reattach severed appendages ) and cancer fighting scorpions are all what scientists are using, supposedly effective techniques…Hm, one day they might become our norm..Is this classed as alternative medicine – treatments..
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