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Dave6002
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Some points from the interview with Dr. Fry: interview with Dr. Fry

1. Dr. Fry found a new protozoan called protomyxoa;

2. Protomyxoa can be grown in vitro;

3. They sequenced some fragments from the organism and found it is a new organism and belong to a new genera.


4. Protomyxoa can be intracellular or extracelluar;

5. Protomyxoa may form biofilms in the blood;


6. Protomyxoa grow very slow;

7. Arthritis, or lupus, or, ALS [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Lou Gehrigs disease], Parkinsons and MS [multiple sclerosis] etc. may be preceded by a common prodrome [preceding syndrome] of fatigue, and it is really fatigue syndrome.


8. The prodrome may be resulted from blockage of the blood flow by the protomyxoa and its biofilm.

9. Protomyxoa is protected from the immune system by biofilms resulting in chronic infections and autoimmune diseases.


10. Dr. Fry uses tetracyclines -- usually doxycycline or minocycline to treat this organism.

11. Low-fat diet and increasing blood circulation may be helpful, although no cure has been found;
The interview is long and I still need time to digest it, so you are welcome to correct the points and add more points.

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Pains are from obstruction; no obstruction, no pains is a famous saying in Chinese traditional medicine.

Dr. Fry's hypothesis may be best described by this saying.

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