Altered immune responses in patients with chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis.

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    klips32
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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24582143

    “These findings suggest that Candida antigens trigger a Th2 instead of Th1 cytokine response in patients with CMC. For better understanding, further studies require on a larger number of patients into the future.”

    Date of study, 2014, june.

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    JamesMc
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    Hi ,
    I have candida and severe eczema plus many other symptoms. I believe that the immune system is the problem. No diet will cure. Every treatment that brought significant relief did not require diet. These treatments were chinese herbs and now LDA or low dose allergy therapy which raises T suppressor cells mitigating all reactions from the condition. Coupled with diet and anti fungals this may be cure.
    Jason

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