REFERENCES REGARDING MYASTHENIA GRAVIS AND CANNABINOID EFFECTS ON ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

At Greenbridge Medical, we have now just followed up with our 7th Myasthenia Gravis patient who, as the six previous, is now doing well. That means seven patients in a row who have been able to stop their Prednisone, Mestanon and even IVIG therapy in one patient. As we find more clinical data in our practice or published, we will try post as much as quickly as possible. We are seeing vast improvements in both small ocular/facial muscles as well as with more generalized larger muscle groups.

HERE ARE SOME REFERENCES:

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