In videos published Sept 29, 2014 Carl-Gerhard Gottfries (professor emeritus) talks about his experiences of treatment of patients with ME with a vaccine against Staphylococcus.

He thinks the effect of the Staphylococcus vaccine is immunomodulatory. The drug has been shown to work in a small clinical trial, and the clinical experience is that it is a working treatment for a significant proportion of patients.

Unfortunately the drug is no longer available on the market, so the clinical research is stopped, and patients can not benefit of it. Gottfries has saved vaccine for his own use. He takes the drug/vaccine once each month, and he believes this has enabled him to continue working.

The videos have the titles:
1 Background and Vaccine
2 Experience and The Clinic
3 The Clinic and Urgent Needs
4 Continued Research
5 Wishes For The Future

Carl-Gerhard Gottfries is head of a clinic for ME and fibromyalgia patients in Gothenburg (Göteborg) in Sweden. The clinic is also involved in research.

Gottfries Clinic


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