I mentioned in my previous post on my experiments with cystagon that I was going to try Orkambi, the drug designed to correct the CFTR channels in the cells of CF people with two deltaF508 mutations. Well, I did try it. And I'm not on it now. That should give you a hint of my general take on the whole experience. I'm back on cystagon and plan to stay on it indefinitely, or until Vertex comes up with a better drug for me to try. First, I'll give you a little summary of what it is and what it did for (or to) me, and then I will discuss the significance of its pharmacology.
Mica is a clinical herbalist specializing in cystic fibrosis, severe respiratory diseases, nutrition and digestion, diabetes and blood sugar disregulation, immune disregulation, and much more. Through their own personal experiences with chronic illness, they are passionate about empowering people to take charge of their own health with natural, holistic, and integrative approaches. Please ask questions or share what's worked for you!
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