In this webinar, Dr. Klinghardt will discuss various chronic diseases that are likely caused by activated retro-viruses (autism, MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, schizophrenia and more) and what treatments can be done to help such people.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) associated with Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is probably the best-known RNA retro-virus, but another group of retro-viruses that has more recently become recognized as a contributor to illness is called Human Endogenous Retro-Virus (HERV). Retro-virus DNA represents 4-8% of the DNA in a human cell, but fortunately, most of the retro-viral DNA is “silenced” by cellular methylation, acetylation, etc. If these silencing mechanisms fail, the retro-viruses become active, causing mental confusion, immune weakening, secondary bacterial and parasitic infections, fatigue, hormone imbalances and more.
1. What are and where are retroviruses (Human Endogenous Retro-Viruses)?
2. What conditions have been linked so far to HERV?
3. Biological Treatment Options for HERV