Archive for IVIG

In Pain? Symposium Suggests Immune Therapies Might Be Able to Help

It's no secret. The medical profession is lousy at treating chronic pain. Some doctors and researchers think there's a better way, however, and at a recent Symposium they strongly urged the medical profession to get out of its rut - and give immune therapies a chance. Check out a very different Read more [...]

Small Fiber Nerve Study Suggests New Era in Fibromyalgia (and Perhaps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) Could Be At Hand

I think that this is such big news because it gives proof that this disease is not in peoples heads. I really hope that we can get the word out to patients and even more importantly… the primary care docs and rheumatologists. These studies are “game changers” because they make an incredibly elusive Read more [...]

Does A Rare Neurological Disorder Provide Clues to ME/CFS and FM? The Neuroinflammation Series Pt 3a

(Marco's first two Neuroinflammatory blogs lead us into sensory gating and glutatmate excitoxoicity and now he dives into a rare neurological disorder called Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS) (sometimes misdiagnosed as Fibromyalgia) with factors (high glutamate levels,  increased sensitivity to stimulation, Read more [...]