A recent Australian study suggested an already FDA approved drug can revive the not so killer natural killer cells found in ME/CFS in the lab.
If that finding translates to humans we’ll have a breakthrough in the one verified immune hole in ME/CFS – one which plays an important role in protecting us against pathogens.
The drug in question, interestingly enough, is naltrexone – the big brother of low dose naltrexone .Find out more in this Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog
Finally Found – A Natural Killer Cell Enhancer for ME/CFS?
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I know someone who is on the low dose Naltrexone for some time now I do not see any major benefits in him he is still Sick. One woman I know is in remission with
naltrexone 4.5 mg but she also takes Marijuana Oil with it & some kind on amino acids…
CIM0216 is a TRPM3 agonist. Would be interesting to see if it has any effect. Do not know who owns the rights to this drug, but me/cfs could be of interest to them.
Thanks for pointing that out.
The Meirleir in Belgium used this drug for more then a decade no significant benefits.
I would not put my money on this drug. I know patiënts with normal nk-cel function and are still sick.