Published in Malaria Weekly, June 21st, 2004
GenoMed's approach, which uses a class of blood pressure pills to gently reduce excessive inflammation by a patient's own immune system, has achieved a 100% response rate so far among 12 patients with an intact immune system who came down with West Nile virus encephalitis. According to GenoMed, its treatment continues to work, although more slowly, even if begun months after the episode of acute encephalitis, when the patient is already paralyzed....
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