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Blood Cancers & Disorders | Last Active: Jan 29 6:43am | Replies (111)

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My approach to orthodox medicine and medical practitioners is that, unless they prove otherwise, tests, 'possible' diagnosis and emergency treatment are taken seriously but for chronic conditions and treatments, meanwhile, I keep my own counsel! I use a simple understanding. There are always three good ways of doing anything. This may sound curious but it is recognised. You can attack something to overcome it or you can master it. You can take a pill designed to 'cure' a problem or you can build up your inner strength by identifying where you are weak and working on it! I prefer the latter. I compare this to the opposites of circuit training or yoga! (presumably, there is also a half-way method encompassing both to some extent.)

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I don't recall if you mentioned using NAC or glutathione. Individually they offer important benefits. Together, It appears NAC and glutathione have a positive effect on fibrosis. There is an online article titled "Oxidative stress and glutathione in TGF-β-mediated fibrogenesis" you can search on. NAC also is a liver detoxifier of Acetaminolhen. Acetaminolhen and MPN's lower glutathione. Myelofibrosis, as you know, involves a lot of inflammation. Glutathione is the master antioxident of the body. Setria glutathione looks like a well crafted supplement. What do you think?