Prof. Garth L. Nicolson
There are a
number of considerations when undergoing therapy for chronic illnesses,
including traditional medical approaches as well as integrative medicine
approaches that utilize oxygen therapy, herbal therapy, and heat therapy,
among others. The Institute for Molecular Medicine is a nonprofit institution
and does not make specific recommendations for individual patients, nor
does the Institute endorse commercial products. The types of products
and procedures listed in this section are potentially useful; however,
they are only examples of the types of approaches and substances that
could be beneficial to patients with chronic illnesses. Consult your personal
physician for advice on exact dosing and schedules, which can vary among
contained in the accompanying material is not intended to replace the
advice of a physician or other health care professional. Patients seeking
treatments for their conditions should first consult with and seek information
from a qualified health care professional.
Undergoing Treatment for Chronic Illnesses and Autoimmune Diseases,
by Prof. Garth L. Nicolson, Intern. J. Medicine 1998; 1:123-128.
Plus Supplemental Suggestions: Prof. Nicolson 1/15/12.
and antioxidant nutritional therapy for restoring mitochondrial function
and reducing fatigue in chronic fatigue syndrome and other fatiguing
illnesses, by Prof. Nicolson, Journal of Chronic Fatigue
Syndrome 2006; 13(1): 57-68.
Calcium Disodium EDTA
Chelation Suppositories: a novel approach for removing heavy metal
toxins in clinical practice, by R. Ellithorpe, T. Jimenez, B.
Jacques, R. Settineri, L. Calpp and Garth L. Nicolson, In: Anti-Aging
Therapeutics, R. Klatz and R. Goldman, eds., vol. 11, American Academy
of Anti-Aging Medicine, 2009: 107-118.
Lipid replacement therapy: a nutraceutical
approach for reducing
cancer-associated fatigue and the adverse effects of cancer therapy
restoring mitochondrial function, by Prof. Garth Nicolson. Cancer
Metastasis Reviews 2010; 29(3): 543-552.
Lipid replacement as an adjunct therapy in chronic fatigue, anti-aging
and restoration of mitochondrial function, by G. L. Nicolson, JANA 2003;
Nutritional Supplement (NT Factor™) Restores
Mitochondrial Function and Reduces Moderately Severe Fatigue in Aged Subjects,
by M. Agadjanyan, et al. J. Chronic Fatigue Syndr. 2003; 11(3):
Therapy with a Glycophospholipid Formulation with NADH and CoQ10
Significantly Reduces Fatigue in Intractable Chronic Fatiguing Illnesses
and Chronic Lyme Disease Patients by G. L. Nicolson et al.,
International Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012; 3: 163-170.
Integrative Treatment of Intracellular Bacterial Infections in Chronic
Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Syndromes, Gulf War Illness, Rheumatoid Arthritis
and other Chronic Illnesses. Clinical Practice of Alternative Medicine
2000; 1(2): 42 - 102
and Treatment of Chronic Infections in CFIDS, Fibromyalgia Syndrome and
Rheumatoid Arthritis. CFIDS Chronicle 1999; 12(3): 19-21
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Morgellons Syndrome (Disease), Contributors to this information:
Cheryl Nichols, Prof. Garth Nicolson, The Institute for Molecular
Medicine and The Morgellons Research Foundation, Revised Patient
Information (Updated 2/2/09)
Topics in Lyme Disease: Diagnostic hints and treatment guidelines for
Lyme and other tick borne illnesses by J.J. Burrascano,
Jr., Managing Lyme Disease, 16th Edition, 2008.
Diagnosis and therapy of chronic
systemic co-infections in Lyme Disease and other tick-borne infectious
diseases, by Prof. Garth Nicolson, Townsend Lett. Doctors 2007;
Treatment Considerations for Autistic
Spectrum Disorder Patients at the Institute for Molecular Medicine,
by Prof. G. Nicolson, 2006
therapy of chronic systemic Chlamydial and Chlamydial/Mycoplamal
co-infections, by Prof. Garth Nicolson, 2005
Diagnosis and Therapy
of Chronic Systemic Co-Infections in Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne
Infectious Diseases, American College for Advancement in
Medicine, by Prof. Garth Nicolson, 2006 rtf
Chronic Fatigue, Aging, Mitochondrial
Function and Nutritiional Supplements, by Prof. Garth Nicolson,
Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients 2003; 240(7): 72-76. -
Persistent INFECTIONS In CFIDS By Jacob Teitelbaum, From Fatigued to
Fantastic Newsletter 2000; 3 and 2001; 4 newsletters
Professor Garth Nicolson's Studies and Treatments Explained By Deborah
Cooper, ImmuneSupport.com Treatment & Research Library, 2006
Why I Prescribe
Antibiotics. By Gabe Mirkin, M.D., 2000
for Patients with Chronic Illnesses and Multiple Chronic Infections:
Brief Outline of Eighteen Dietary Steps to Better Health by Garth Nicolson
and Richard Ngwenya, Towsend Lett. Doctors 2001; 219:62-65.
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