For too long millions have suffered from Fibromyalgia. A cure could be around the corner. Soon those afflicted with it won’t have chronic fatigue and chronic pain often associated with fibromyalgia.
The Immunobiology Laboratory at the Massachusetts General Hospital directed by Denise Faustman, M.D., Ph.D., is looking for this cure. The hospital was given a research gift from Dr. Bruce Gillis, Ceo of California company EpicGenetics.
Dr. Faustman is not trying to re-invent the wheel when it comes to a cure. Instead, she is working with a 100-year-old vaccine that was used to prevent Tuberculosis. This could potentially be the first step toward a cure for Fibromyalgia.
This could be life altering for anyone that suffers from Fibromyalgia.
The next step is to secure a Food and Drug Administration clinical trial approval to test the theory she has. It is hoped that they can start recruiting in a year.
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