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Meg_yellow_blouseMeg Mangin R.N. (sarcoidosis) - For Meg's story, click here.

I want everyone to know there is hope for recovery from sarcoidosis. Please read my story and feel free to send me an email if you have any questions. I got my life back with Inflammation Therapy and you can too. Chronic Illness Recovery is eager to help you find a doctor and to help your doctor understand how to manage this treatment that has helped so many people resolve a variety of chronic illnesses.

 

 

Grave's Disease (hyperthyroidism) - For B's story, click here.

Lyme Disease - For Anne's story, click here.

Lyme Disease - For Rachel's story, click here.

Psoriatic arthritis - For Sue's story, click here.

Fibromyalgia - For Rebecca's story, click here.

PCOS - For Stephanie's story, click here.

Lyme, Crohn's - For LeAnne's story, click here.

Sarcoidosis - For Debra's story, click here.

Sarcoidosis, diabetes type I, celiac, Hashimoto's thyroiditis - For Debbie's story, click here.

Lyme disease - For Dick's story, click here.

Lyme disease
- For Pundun's story, click here.

Pemphigoid - For Cal's story, click here.

Lyme disease - For Matt's story, click here.

Sarcoidosis - For Jeanne's story, click here.

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Case Reports

Hypertension, atherosclerosis, Raynaud's, sarcoidosis 

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Psoriatic Arthritis

Chronic Lyme Disease

Fibromyalgia and Diabetes II

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Sarcoidosis

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Inflammation Therapy in the News

News 12 Special Assignment - Sarcoidosis: The struggle to survive
Contrast two stories of sarcoidosis. Leann has been using Inflammation Therapy and is back at work. The patient treated with conventional medicine is not so lucky.

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Poster presentations

American Society of Hypertension (May 2014)

Enabling Future Pharma (July 2014)

International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) October 2014

American Association of Family Practitioners (2014)

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Testimonials (slides-click here)

Have any symptoms resolved?  YES!!!!!  Almost all of them!!!  The resolution of anxiety has been the most thrilling and liberating.  I am able to think clearly, I am more productive.  I no longer have blurry vision, and light sensitivity is decreasing. I have had more energy, I am able to eat most foods, I am able to wear jewelry with no reaction.  I have no more metal taste in my mouth.  I have not felt any palpitations in months. ~LeAnne (Crohn's, Lyme disease)

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After 1 year on Benicar and 9 months on antibiotics, atherosclerosis has slowed significantly. Within 6 months on IT my chemical sensitivities are gone. I had a serious case of Raynaud’s. It’s the disease that causes your fingers to turn bone white in cold weather. I would run to a sink and keep my fingers under warm water for 5 minutes to get the circulation back. I also had constant bouts of my arms falling asleep at night. I would awaken at 2:00 am and need to rub my arms to get the numbness out. All of these problems have resolved. I marvel how IT seems to attack previous injury locations. Any place where I had a bad sprain has been visited by a minor period of renewed pain. A few days or weeks later, the pain resolves and I have much more flexibility in that joint. Not “good as new”, but much better than it was. ~Jim (sarcoidosis, Raynauld's, atherosclerosis, MCS)

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For several years, I would awaken with headaches that would cause vomiting and I would wish that I could die because they were so unbearable and often thought that I surely would. I had gotten to the place where I would have an average of one a week. I have not awakened in the night with any more excruciating headaches since I started Inflammation Therapy. ~Deborah (sarcoidosis)

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I have been on Inflammation Therapy for 18 months now. I am pleased to say that…my labs are all now normal (with the exception of one thyroid value) and I have seen huge improvements in my conditions. ~Musicgyrl (uveitis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, arthralgia)

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I got an email from my doctor today, my Vit D level is down to 11 and my TSH is WAY low. He told me to stop my Cytomel immediately. I am having minimal symptoms and my hot flashes have completely vanished within the last week or so. ~Chris Taegar, R.N. (Hashimoto's thyroiditis, after several months of IT)

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Just returned home from an endoscopy and colonoscopy. For the first time in 20 years, I was ulcer free and no polyps......I think Inflammation Therapy has contributed to this good news. ~Carol Wood (sarcoidosis)

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"Comparisons of ct scans show that most of the [sarcoidosis] spots on my lungs have cleared up." Duane Finch (sarcoidosis)

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This time last year I was in hospital thinking I was going to die as the pain I was in was unbelievable, my blood test were all over the place, I couldnt walk, talk or sleep without pain. I was helpless. I started Inflammation Therapy treatment in April and havent looked back since. Baby steps forward to better health.... Thank you to the nurses at CIR. ~Cathid (arthritis, spondylitis)

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THE THIRD YEAR 2009 – summary, written now (February 2010) This seemed to be the year of recovery. I experienced slow but steady improvement up to the stage of living a semi-normal life. Two symptoms I have not had for quite a long time: Depression: nil  Anxiety: Nil. In terms of comparing with how I was when I started the MP in January 2007, I have improved enormously with Inflammation Therapy. Sometimes I wonder at this when I think of all the medical & medical-alternate things I tried over the years since July 1991 when I had the tick bite. The improvement has been fantastic. ~Pundun (Lyme disease)

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The most significant change during the last few months has been cognitive ~ improvement in my ability to think clearly and retain recently learned information (especially info gathered from reading). The mental fogginess lifts considerably for extended amounts of time. It's reassuring to know that my previous capabilities (reading, writing, arithmetic, etc...) are still possible... sort of like discovering there has been no permanent damage to the information super-highway in my brain. ~Cindra (FM, depression, IBS)

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I guess recovery is possible! ~ Brian (sarcoidosis) See photo

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1 1/2 years ago, I had almost resolved myself to the fact that I would at the age of 50 be in a wheelchair and have to live in assisted living for the rest of my life, and now, I work out 6 days a week in a very strenuous Aqua Fit class at LA Fitness and am getting ready to go on a cruise to Alaska where I will go dog sledding near a glacier, sea kayaking and bear and whale watching. Amazing! ~Sue (psoriatic arthritis)

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The fact that I don't feel that fatigue and exhausted like the way I felt before the IT give me so much hope and encouraging. I know for some other symptoms will take more time to heal. Thank you so much. ~Ivy (Lyme disease)

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The terrible sinusitis that I used to get and the awful almost constant headaches that is a part of it have all but disappeared. I get funny buzzing noises in my ears that I just thought everyone had, but now realise that that is not the case and it is a condition that has a name; tinnitus. It has improved a lot. I was always at the doctors with silly stupid annoying problems eg. coughing to the point of vomiting every day. That has almost completely stopped. I used to get respiratory infections from colds and flu every year and would be sick for weeks at a time. I never get that sick now. ~Sunshine (CFS, FM, ankylosing spondilytis)

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We are going to be moving in February to a new (smaller) home and are involved with all the decisions. It's a lot more activity than I've had in 3 or 4 years, but I'm thrilled to have enough energy to deal with it. Some days I really feel pretty good, although I realize that I still have a long way to go; the mental focus and a bit more stamina are making me feel like I'm coming back to life. ~Katherine (sarcoidosis)

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I am improving given that I am now only taking pain medication on an occasional basis versus where I have come from. At my peak in pain meds I was taking 2400mg of ibuprofen daily…now only as needed…I am calling that progress! ~Flyboy (psoriatic arthritis)

The same story persists....if I am being objective about it (and I think I am) this treatment just seems to be slowly getting to all my affected joints in a really slow (but improving) way. Some are taking longer than others that is most assuredly the case. For example, at my worst with my hands I could not bend my fingers (for example to make a closed fist) without grimacing pain. Same thing with "snapping my fingers" which was previously a not possible event. Now it is almost no issue to do both (fist or finger snapping)...but you sort of forget how where you have come from as you improve so slowly...maybe just like when you got sick so slowly...but now in the right direction! ~Flyboy (psoriatic arthritis)

I am overall doing well. I am fatigued from time to time and I have to remind myself how much better I feel overall and how much more I am doing and accomplishing versus the negative downward slide I was in before this treatment started! I am so grateful to be on the right track. ~Flyboy (psoriatic arthritis)

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All my symptom increases seem to be (IT) medication related. I continue to enjoy life despite the symptoms and live a normal lifestyle. ~Safeharbour (CFS)

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During the past year I've been thinking about my life and illness a lot. I've finally realized that there are so many things I didn't understand few years ago. All I saw was spinal rheumatism, infections, allergies and endometriosis. Now that I've done better with those symptoms (thanks to IT) it has become more obvious how difficult my neuropsychological symptoms are. ~Anna (Lyme disease)

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I DO feel better, and believe I really am better. I just know I wouldn't be feeling this way if it weren't for CIR and Meg and RM. I'm not well yet, but I believe with everything in me that I'm on my way back because of you. I continue to be grateful every day. ~Katherine (sarcoidosis)

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I plan to put my story on my blog. It would be good for my customers to know what is going on and how Inflammation Therapy has helped me. I pray this may be the hope and the answer for some of them as well. ~Gracie (Hashimoto's thyroiditis)

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In general I feel much better than I have for a couple of years. My back doesn't hurt. I haven't been to the chiropractor for 3 months. My knees are better, but I hope they heal all the way to be stronger when I rise or sit. Headaches are less. I'm grateful to have learned about IT and CIR. ~Ann (Lyme disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis)

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"This summer, for the first time in ten years, I am actually able to wear short sleeved shirts and pants as I am so much less sensitive to heat and bright sunshine! I continue to protect my eyes, but my light sensitivity is normal! I also just retested for sleep apnea and was deemed "normal." The twenty lb. weight loss I've accomplished over the last two years helped I'm sure, but I have experienced much better nasal breathing over the past decade as a result of the IT protocol." Grant (sarcoidosis)

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I have been on IT over two months now, and I have noticed that a couple of things has almost resolved. I do not have the itchy skin anymore and I do not have shooting pain anymore. I have less anxiety than the first month. ~Justice (celiac disease, mycoplasma, chlamydia, EBV)

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The terrible sinusitis that I used to get and the awful almost constant headaches that is a part of it have all but disappeared. I get funny buzzing noises in my ears that I just thought everyone had, but now realize that that is not the case and it is a condition that has a name; tinnitus. It has improved a lot. ~Sunshine

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I'm doing a lot more than I was even a year ago. ~Katherine

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I have been on Inflammation Therapy since 2011 when I was literally an invalid with psoriatic arthritis and lupus. I have had zero pain or symptoms for about a year now. I am totally amazed that I feel like I have been cured by this treatment. ~Scunn (3/2014)

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Yes, it does feel like I am slowly getting better. It's pretty great! ~Hexnut

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I do know that the sarcoid has improved. When a chest X-ray was done last spring there was no mention of the 4 large granulomas that had been there a few years ago. That was very encouraging. ~Katherine

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I'm feeling well and back to walking about 2 miles three times a week. I've also started working out at the gym to build some strength before winter. I get really tired when I have a day that I'm on the go a lot or working physically hard. BUT, I'm 73! Saw the pulmonologist and he said my lungs sounded perfectly well. ~Sue from St. Louis

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I am so grateful to have found this treatment. To be walking and talking is truly a miracle; compared to the previous me of lying in bed. ~Jessie

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I've noticed a change in my fatigue levels over the past year or so. Even though I tire easily, I rarely have days anymore where I can't get off the couch. ~Karna

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I appreciate your help, getting me through this difficult time in my life. I look forward to health in the future. ~Ellen

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My voice which was always hoarse has been much better and I can even sing again! I have been hoarse for years. The psoriasis cleared up and I have had many days where the symptoms are low with lots of zeros. ~Layne

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Inflammation Therapy and Chronic Illness Recovery saved me. I'm doing great. Thank you! No more chronic pain.  ~Will

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Benicar works...I got through the stress of losing my husband last May. In August my adrenal function test show my adrenals were functioning normally again. Last month my doctor cut my thyroid medicine in half. I am functioning normally again - normal enough to square dance at least two nights a week and keep up with all daily living. ~Jeanne

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“I continue to enjoy a return of energy and enthusiasm.” Suzanne

 

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Each week I can see the progress. I can hardly believe where I was just four months ago--in the dark and fading fast in every way without much hope. Thank you so, SO much! ~Suzanne

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 Updated August 2, 2016