Ampligen seems at the very least possibly beneficial and I'd like to at least have the opportunity to try it. Peterson and Cheney and the radiologist they worked with in early days found that patients who took Ampligen showed a decrease in myelin lesions. These lesions corresponded with the areas of the brain controlling functions that had been difficult for those patients and now, after Ampligen, were markedly improved. It's all in Osler's Web. Sure the following message comes from Hemispherx who stand to profit or lose, but that's our great capitalist medical system for ya. So please everyone, sick or well, in or out of the US, please take a moment to email.
Ampligen heads towards approval. Needs your help!!!
Dean Maude email@example.com
10:50 AM (4 hours ago)
to undisclosed recipients
Dear CFS patient, family member or friend:
Since you inquired about Ampligen trials, we wanted to let you know on December 20th, the FDA is holding an Advisory Committee Meeting as one of the final steps in determining whether Ampligen will be approved as a treatment. This is an historic day for all ME/CFS patients as it could be the game changer – not only providing a real treatment on the market; it will also open the doors to other pharmaceutical and more research as it move ME/CFS up another level in the world’s eyes. We are asking you to send in testimony and also to join the webcast (we will send info when closer to meeting).
It is critical that the FDA know how many of you need treatment, want to give Ampligen a try and what it is really like to live with ME/CFS. Even those of you who live outside the US.
Testimony that will be part of the record must be in by December 6th – email it to: AAC@fda.hhs.gov
Subject line in Email- Advisory Committee Dec. 20th – Ampligen
Message should include:
What it has been like for you or your family member/friend to have ME/CFS.
That a treatment is needed and we cannot wait any longer.
Nancy McGrory Richardson
Education and Outreach Director
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