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TOPIC: Valley Fever Coccidioidomycosis and MMS

Valley Fever Coccidioidomycosis and MMS 09 Sep 2019 19:34 #61306

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I live in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area and in this southwest desert climate we have a nasty fungus called coccidioides that lives in the soil. Spores break off in the wind, are inhaled by
humans and animals and illlness ensues. Anything from no symptoms to mild to nasty flu symptoms are reported. In many cases it resolves in a few weeks, but in some cases human and animal the fungus disseminates throughout the body and causes havoc - lameness, joint pain, meningitis, death. When people come here to visit and then go home where they become ill they are usually misdiagnosed because the symptoms mimic many other ailments, leading to much suffering at the hands of the fungus invader and the hands of doctors who don't know what they are treating.

I got Valley Fever when I moved here in 2016. It resolved in 3 weeks I currently treat my two canine companions who came down with it. They do well on the natural protocols I have given them.
We have avoided the antifungal medications prescribed by MDs and Veterinarians. My question is, has anyone on this forum ever dealt with Valley Fever and used MMS to combat it?
I expect that the MMS protocols I have myself and both my dogs on will combat this nasty invader in the event there is any remnant of it in our human or canine systems.
Apache Junction, Arizona
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Valley Fever Coccidioidomycosis and MMS 15 Sep 2019 20:13 #61361

You described everything so well. Hope you keep us updated on your progress, how much MMS are you taking each day?

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