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There’s a brand new paper on CFS and and Muscarinic Acetylcholine genes. Right up Dr. Diana’s alley! Any initial thoughts on this paper?
Thanks for sharing! I think most researchers (like this group) have been studying acetylcholine receptors. Instead, we found the majority of us suffered from low acetylcholine — a neurotransmitter problem, not a receptor problem. This was great news because it was immediately treatable (with Parasym Plus). Did you see my lecture about stimulating the postganglionic vagus nerve with an agonist of acetylcholine (a substitute for the neurotransmitter)? The vast majority of us respond beautifully — meaning our receptors are fine. We didn’t have some rare autoimmune condition or genetic defects of our receptors. This is groundbreaking and great news for us! The lecture is here: (cut and paste): http://prettyill.com/videos/watch/pots_what_have_we_been_missing_part_2
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