Do I Prescribe Immune-Suppressor Drugs?
Majid Ali, M.D.
A Question Asked by a Reader. My Answer: Yes.
Three Reasons for Using Immunosuppressant Drugs
First, the patients is acutely ill with with a severe autoimmune disease,
Second, the patients is chronically ill and suffering intensely ill.
Third, I have a plan to stop immunosuppressant drugs as my natural therapies begin to work.
Acute Giant-cell Myocarditis
Let us take the example of acute life-threatening giant-cell myocarditis. The mortality rate of this condition unless treated with immunosuppressive therapy and was cardiac transplantation at 1 year is nearly without 100%. The survival with immunosuppressant drugs and cardiac transplantation, the reported survival rate in some studies is up to 58% at five years. So my decision is simple.
Examples of Immunosuppressant Drugs
Integrative Immune-Supportive Plans
My four top priorities are:
2. Oxygen Signaling
4. Insulin Signaling
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