Helminthic therapy and scleroderma
Scleroderma is a disease that may only exist because of an absence of helminthsAn intestinal worm which grows large enough to be seen with the naked eye when mature but which is microscopic when administered in helminthic therapy. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helminths Wikipedia:Helminths].
For reports of success using helminthic therapyThe reintroduction to the digestive tract of a controlled number of specially domesticated, mutualistic helminths (intestinal worms) in the form of microscopic eggs or larvae to reconstitute a depleted biome to treat and prevent chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease and other immunological disorders including allergy. to treat scleroderma, see the following page section.
The following resounding success was reported in a private message from an individual with MCTD - a crossover syndrome that includes components of scleroderma, dermatomyositis and polymyositis, as well as lupus - who had been on hydroxychloroquine and prednisone for 5 years.
There are reports from other individuals with MCTD in the following page section.