This is good news to me. Hope someone follows through pretty soon to cure those other things. I take antibiotics every day for Crohn's. I'd love to eliminate it altogether, though keeping it in check is good!
I was just diagnosed with this H Pylori baceria, my meds lasted 14 days and it is gone now.
I mentioned to my surgeon about what I had read. He RELUCTANTLY gave me a perscription for two antibiotic's to be taken with half a bottle of Pepto Bismal.
In THREE days 16 years of suffering was over, my ulcer has never returned.
Barry Marshall has his own website. I wrote him what he had done for me and it was unbelivable he had not won a Nobel Prize. His remarkable discovery has affected millions of people.
His assistant E-mailed back indicating the Marshall has won so many awards that he is not really disturbed he never got a Nobel.
This time the Nobel Committee got it right.
Somebody has followed through. By coincidence, it's another researcher surnamed Marshall. Maybe not by coincidence, Trevor Marshall is from Australia too.
See these references on www.marshallprotocol.com: Chron's and Studies Citing Bacterial Cause for Th1 inflammation and Anyone being treated with MP for Crohns Disease?
This is not a 3-day cure. The bacteria are in an antibiotic resistant form, and isn't touched by penicillin type antibiotics, nor by other antibiotics in heavy doses.
It turns out there are a bunch of bacteria that can go into the resistant form, and once one bug gets a foothold, it's easier for the next. Depending on what tissue gets infected first, and the sequence of bugs, you get a different diagnosis. Since they are all using the same trick to hide, they can be uncovered and killed by a single approach. Note that this single approach does require several antibiotics. It's the uncloaking that is common to the different bugs.
I've been on the Marshall Protocol close to 18 months, and my sarcoid problems of the last 22 years are greatly reduced. The expected duration for a cure is 18 to 36 months.