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Update: Rituximab, Locations Effect - Get Well From ME

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Published on Jun 14, 2013

A short update about the funding announcement for a Rituximab medical research trial for ME in Norway, fundraising for a UK trial, a petition to allow severely ill patient Karina Hansen in Denmark to leave hospital, a study about toxins from mould in patients with CFS in America, and a new Facebook page about the "Locations Effect".

Let's Do It For ME - http://ldifme.org/
Karina Hansen Petition - http://www.change.org/petitions/karin...
Mycotoxins in CFS Study - http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6651/5/4/605
Locations Effect Page - http://www.facebook.com/LocationsEffect

The teacher's priorities for healing, as quoted in the video:
1. A safe living space (a good environment with no mould and no chemical exposures);
2. Fresh, organic foods (with no pesticides, chemicals or preservatives);
3. Safe products and toiletries (with no chemicals or fragrances);
4. Lots of sun, and then a Vitamin D3 supplement;
5. High quality vitamins and supplements (Magnesium, Vitamin C, Co-enzyme Q10, and L-carnitine);
6. Oils (one third of the diet should be good oils - but obviously not processed or fried fats, and she recommends rubbing coconut oil on the body daily);
7. Use epsom salts or baking soda in the bath every day for detox;
8. Walk as much as you are able to (although I believe rest is the most important thing while the illness is still active, and walking or other gentle exercise should only be increased within your current limits without making the symptoms worse);
9. Surround yourself with supportive, loving souls; and
10. Never look back, set new healing goals weekly.

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