I know that http://www.thrombocare.com/
is run by Dr. Roger Bick MD,
PHD who is head of the Thrombosis and Hemostasis Research Society,
Editor of their journal and author of the definitive text on
hypercoagulation syndromes. I find that he will do a free consult
with doctors to clue you in as to the MAINSTREAM approach, which
alone is invaluable.
When he says something like we have nothing with any real benefit,
that turns me loose to do what I do best with NATTOKINASE and
lowering blood viscosity with the heparin-like action of EDTA with
Sulfated polysaccharide and ramping up dosages of these and even
using PLASMIN PLUS, the earthworm product also sold as LUMBROKINASE. This has a slightly different mechanism of action than Nattokinase and, in fact, seems to also work outside of the vascular tree, so that is helpful with chronic sinusitis etc.
While aggressively using of all of these, I will also ALWAYS deal
with keeping the total body pathogen burden DOWN with my chronic
infection protocols. Because these patients have a genetic aspect to
their hypercoagulability, their viscosity is worse than they should
have JUST from their anticardiolipin problem. They always have LOW
oxygen environment and impaired immunity, thus EVERY chronic
infection from EBV to Chlamydia and Mycoplasma are also present and
contributing to their ill health and dangerous condition.
I have some patients with several coagulation defects and when told
what MAINSTREAM medicine would recommend were willing to state they
would NOT do that. Thus I have been free with these patients to
experimentally use the above ideas to get them up to high-level
health and functioning. The testing for blood viscosity, which will
be shown at the Longevity Plus booths (#429,431) at ACAM, will be a
useful adjunct to monitor that the above ideas are useful to these
patients. But, their IMPROVED health is what makes them happy that
they have heard about these alternatives, even if they are still
UNPROVEN for these conditions.
Garry F. Gordon MD, DO, MD(H)
President, Gordon Research Institute http://www.gordonresearch.com