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The main outcome was to study the mean rate of change in Natural Killer Cell Activity in patients who have undergone conventional breast cancer protocol: chemotherapy followed by radiotherapy in which there is a subseqent decrease in Natural Killer Cell Activity. The study was funded by CTRF and was halted as naturopaths were unable to recruit patients for the study. The attachments outline the rational for the study along with timeline.

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Journal of Integrative Medicine 2004;8:101-108

In this article Dr. Jean Monro of Breakspear Hospital, has demonstrated in a group of 36 patients who have had defined chronic fatigue syndrome and autonomic dysfunction that Coriolus MRL has been an immuno-therapeutic agent. It has improved natural killer cells numbers by 35% in this group with a two months course of treatment.

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In this case study on the use of Coriolus versicolor in fifteen (15) patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Dr. Monro measures the increase in Natural Killer Cell (NK) activity over 45 days when Coriolus supplementation is given at 3.0 grams for fifteen (15) days and then decreased to 1.5 grams for thirty (30) days. Results: Coriolus supplementation increased NK cell activity significantly in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients.

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Tel:44-1442-261-333 / Fax:44-1442-266-388