Tag Archive: autoimmune

The Division Within Autoimmune

Autoimmune diseases are often just lumped together in an attempt to categorize them.  It kinda makes sense.  They’re largely not understood.  So for medical professionals it is easier to lump them together.  They… Continue reading

Lupus and Filtration Organs

I try as much as I can to leave enough on the blog to drive people to the same answers I’ve come to.  It’s a delicate balance between protecting my own research and… Continue reading

The Suggestions of Immunoglobulin Lupus Treatment

Since I’m doing an immunoglobulin treatment myself this morning, I decided to look at the suggestions that might be made by an immunoglobulin treatment for lupus patients. For those that are unaware of… Continue reading

Thoughts on Autoimmune

It’s about time that we realized that autoimmune has no real definition.  And it’s about time that we drew a clear delineation between diseases.  There are some of these autoimmune disease that are… Continue reading

Autoimmune in Kids

This is a ridiculously hard thing for parents.  I was one of these kids and it’s not exactly a good time as a kid, and that makes it not a good time for… Continue reading

A Theory on More Things

My head is spinning again, so it has decided to solve all the problems ever created.   Let’s start off with autoimmune stuff, and particularly Lupus.   Please keep in mind that I’m… Continue reading

There’s no such thing as auto-immune

The more I work on this, the more it all comes together as a system and an understanding.  And there’s really a bottom line to all of it.  There is no such thing… Continue reading