These first eight articles describe Inflammation Therapy and the science behind this activation immunotherapy:


Inflammation Therapy – Simple Introduction

Bacterial Etiology Theory of Chronic Inflammation

Benicar – Key Component of Inflammation Therapy

Efficacy and Expectations of Inflammation Therapy
Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Tests

Inflammation and vitamin D: the infection connection (peer-reviewed paper)

Video presentation – Not A Vitamin

RELATED ARTICLES

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A   

Anemia of Chronic Disease

Antibiotics and Inflammation Therapy

B

Bacteria

Bacteria Researchers
Bacterial Etiology of Chronic Illness

Bacterial Etiology Theory of Chronic Inflammation

Benicar® (olmesartan medoxomil)

Benicar® Availability

Benicar® Dosing

Benicar® Restores Vitamin D Receptor Competence 
Benicar® Studies 

Benicar® Safety
C

Calcium and Osteoporosis 

Children and Inflammation Therapy

Cholesterol and Inflammation

Clinical Studies and Inflammation Therapy

Co-infections in Chronic IllnessCommunicability of Intracellular Bacteria 

Cost of Inflammation Therapy

D

Diseases Believed to be Caused by Chronic Inflammation

Diagnostic Tests

Diet on Inflammation Therapy

Doctor Search Suggestions

E

Efficacy and Expectations of Inflammation Therapy
F

FDA Status of Inflammation Therapy Medications

Folic Acid and Bacteria

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

G

Getting Started

H

Herxheimer Reaction

Hypoxia and InflammationI

Immune System

Inflammation and Vitamin D: the Infection Conncection

Inflammation TherapiesInflammation Therapy – An Overview

Inflammation Therapy – Simple Introduction

Insurance Coverage for Inflammation Therapy

Intracellular Bacteria

Intracellular Bacterial Disease Process 

Intracellular Bacteria Stimulate Macrophage Production of 1,25(OH)2DIntracellular Infection

K

Key Concepts

Kidney Function During Inflammation TherapyL

Light Sensitivity

M

Medications
N

Newsletters

O

Osteoporosis
Outreach

P

Persistent Pathogen Premise of Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases
Pregnancy 

R

Recovery and the Healing Process

Recovery Reports

S

Sarcoidosis Information

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Skills Needed to Self-Manage Inflammation Therapy

Sunglasses

Sunscreens

Supplements and Other Treatments

T

Testimonials

Test Your Knowledge

Therapeutic Probe

Travel

V

Vitamin D

Vitamin D – Not A Vitamin (slides & audio by Meg Mangin, RN)

Vitamin D-The Truth

Vitamin D Basics

Vitamin D and Autoimmune Disease

Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease

Vitamin D and the Compromised Immune System

Vitamin D and the Effects of Intracellular Pathogens
Vitamin D and Osteoporosis

Vitamin D and Rickets
Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Deficiency – Bacterial Etiology

Vitamin D Metabolism Dysregulation Causes Low Serum 25(OH)D

Vitamin D Metabolism Dysregulation Diagnosis

Vitamin D Photosynthesis, Clothing and Sunscreen

Vitamin D Photosynthesis and Elderly Skin

Vitamin D Photosynthesis and Latitude
Vitamin D Photosynthesis and Skin Pigmentation

Vitamin D Photosynthesis, Pollution, Tall Buildings, Shade and Clouds
Vitamin D Supplementation

Vitamin D Supplementation and Chronic Disease
Vitamin D Supplementation news articles

Vitamin D Supplementation Risks

Vitamin D Tests
Vitamin D Test Results Conversion Calculator 

Vitamin D, Today, in the Past and in the FutureVitamins and Minerals

W

Work and Play during Inflammation Therapy

Working with your Health Care Team

Nothing contained in these articles is or should be considered, or used as a substitute for, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by your physician.

The articles in this index have been adapted from our private Library of Information. These articles do not contain details about Benicar dosing or the antibiotics (which are prescription medications) used with Inflammation Therapy. That information is in our Library of Information which is accessible by any physician upon request and by others who provide their physician’s contact information. Click here for a list of articles available in our Library of Information and Physicians Library.

Access to our private libraries (see this sample page) is available, without enrollment in our counseling program. Interested persons should send a request along with their doctor’s name and fax number (in US or Canada) or email address (preferred) to info@chronicillnessrecovery.org. It’s our policy to notify your doctor that you have access to this information about management of Inflammation Therapy prescription medications. 

Physicians may use CIR libraries even if they don’t have a patient enrolled in our counseling program….simply contact us and ask to register.

Unless otherwise specified, the information in these articles was written by Meg Mangin, RN