I was diagnosed with Myelodyspiasia Sindrome. Can I follow your treatment?

Matheus Martins -

Myelodysplastic syndrome is a condition caused by the bone marrow's failure to make enough healthy blood cells. People older then age 60 are at higher risk for this condition. Also, a history of chemotherapy treatment or exposure to tobacco smoke or pesticides may play a role. Treatments for myelodysplastic syndrome typically focus on preventing additional complications that may result from a weakened immune system. 

 Neutropenia or a low neutrophil count, can lead to susceptibility to infections and care must be taken to avoid any and all infections.   Neutrophils are one of the blood cells that help our bodies fight against infection.  

 Dr. Sircus' protocol is very focused on maintaining an adequate immune system.   Magnesium, Iodine, spirulina  and other substances would help you a great deal.   But you should only use these substances under the strict supervision of a qualified health care provider.

 Dr. Sircus would need much more information from you in order to advise you properly on the use of his protocol. Please consider a consultation with him.

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