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==Support this wiki==
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== Support this wiki ==
  
The editors who work on this site are all volunteer members of the [https://www.facebook.com/groups/htsupport// Helminthic Therapy Support Group] on Facebook or one of its [https://helminthictherapywiki.org/wiki/index.php/Helminthic_therapy_support_groups satellite groups], but the site does incur internet hosting and other costs, which, following the site’s creation in January 2017, are met almost entirely by the site’s founder, John Scott. We also need funds for things like postage, medical journal subscriptions,
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''and would like to be able to compensate John a little bit for the huge amount of time (and love) he spends working on this site and working for the people who are looking for information, help, and healing. ''  Or, at least, for his electricity.
 
  
== Visitor comments ==
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The editors who work on this site are all volunteers, and members of the [https://www.facebook.com/groups/htsupport// Helminthic Therapy Support Group] on Facebook or one of its [https://helminthictherapywiki.org/wiki/index.php/Helminthic_therapy_support_groups satellite groups].
  
The editors of this site regularly receive expressions of gratitude for this resource. Here is a selection of these comments:
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This site was created by John Scott in January of 2017. In addition to devoting a huge amount of time (and love) to gathering and organizing data and presenting it on this site, he has borne the financial burden mostly by himself. In addition to hosting and other website costs, we also need funds for things like postage and journal subscriptions.  Also, we'll soon need to go up a level in hosting, and the next tier up is a fairly substantial cost increase.
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=== It's important... ===
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This is the world’s largest information database documenting the science, management, experience and results of helminthic therapy. It is valued highly by researchers, clinicians and patients alike.
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{{quote}}I am a clinician in the US and I have done lots of searching through the Wiki... Excellent resource btw! I realize you are not a clinician, but you have certainly gained a level of experience and expertise that many doctors etc do not have in this realm.
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{{quote}}The wiki is incredibly well structured, detailed and maintained. Once you start reading it, all comes together.
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{{quote}}Thank you so much for your tenacity in collecting and organizing helminth information and helping others. The helminthic researchers and users are fortunate to have you do all this work.
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{{quote}}Really very impressed! It really is brilliant that you have for the first time produced a comprehensive site on helminthic therapy.
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{{quote}}It's a great resource. I got more info through the wiki then I have for months of searching pubmed and other resources.
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=== It's helpful... ===
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}The wiki is great! So organized, easy to navigate and search. It's really wonderful. Your work has been immense in the spreading of helminth therapy knowledge.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}The wiki is great! So organized, easy to navigate and search. It's really wonderful. Your work has been immense in the spreading of helminth therapy knowledge.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I am a clinician in the US and I have done lots of searching through the Wiki... Excellent resource btw!  I realize you are not a clinician, but you have certainly gained a level of experience and expertise that many doctors etc do not have in this realm.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}Thank you for this resource you have created. it's an incredible thing that’s helping to change a lot of lives.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}Thank you for this resource you have created. it's an incredible thing that’s helping to change a lot of lives.{{Quote|/indent}}
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{{Quote|indent}}The Wiki is so good and detailed and to be honest leaves no questions unanswered. 😊 {{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}The Wiki is so good and detailed and to be honest leaves no questions unanswered. 😊 {{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}The wiki is incredibly well structured, detailed and maintained. Once you start reading it, all comes together.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}I have spent about 4 hours on your site so far. I don't know if I will do HT, but nonetheless I am grateful for all your work. I am particularly impressed by the objectivity, which must require a conscious balancing because you are of course in favor of HT and must have years of experience in the subject. This experience is of immeasurable benefit to us, users and potential users… Thank you again for all your work, and for the high quality of that work. You are making a big, important difference in the world.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I have spent about 4 hours on your site so far. I don't know if I will do HT, but nonetheless I am grateful for all your work. I am particularly impressed by the objectivity, which must require a conscious balancing because you are of course in favor of HT and must have years of experience in the subject. This experience is of immeasurable benefit to us, users and potential users… Thank you again for all your work, and for the high quality of that work. You are making a big, important difference in the world.{{Quote|/indent}}
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{{Quote|indent}}I really appreciate that the information you provide is always measured and backed by fact. I would never have tried HT otherwise.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I really appreciate that the information you provide is always measured and backed by fact. I would never have tried HT otherwise.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}Thank you so much for your tenacity in collecting and organizing helminth information and helping others. The helminthic researchers and users are fortunate to have you do all this work.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}Thank you for creating this. It will be easier to point people in the right direction. The incredible work you do is appreciated, it is so important.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}Thank you for creating this. It will be easier to point people in the right direction. The incredible work you do is appreciated, it is so important.{{Quote|/indent}}
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}I am amazed by the amount of work you have done on this Wiki page. Really, I have to tell you that what you have done is quite remarkable - a real labor of love. Thank you for trying so hard to get the word out.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I am amazed by the amount of work you have done on this Wiki page. Really, I have to tell you that what you have done is quite remarkable - a real labor of love. Thank you for trying so hard to get the word out.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}Really very impressed! It really is brilliant that you have for the first time produced a comprehensive site on helminthic therapy.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}I really appreciate all your work in collecting so much information - it has made a big difference for me.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I really appreciate all your work in collecting so much information - it has made a big difference for me.{{Quote|/indent}}
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{{Quote|indent}}I am so grateful for the new wiki website you put up. You are doing a huge service and helping many people. Probably even helping to save lives. No, I know it.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}I am so grateful for the new wiki website you put up. You are doing a huge service and helping many people. Probably even helping to save lives. No, I know it.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}You have enabled an amazing change in my life. ❤{{Quote|/indent}}
 
 
{{Quote|indent}}It's a great resource. I got more info through the wiki then I have for months of searching pubmed and other resources. [https://www.facebook.com/groups/htsupport/permalink/1283324395056846/?comment_id=1283334675055818&reply_comment_id=1283442511711701&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R1%22%7D]{{Quote|/indent}}
 
  
 
{{Quote|indent}}I think the wiki is an awesome resource. It's been invaluable to me for trying worms.{{Quote|/indent}}  
 
{{Quote|indent}}I think the wiki is an awesome resource. It's been invaluable to me for trying worms.{{Quote|/indent}}  
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{{Quote|indent}}Your wiki site is truly a thing of beauty and I’m looking forward to getting more intimately acquainted with it.{{Quote|/indent}}
 
{{Quote|indent}}Your wiki site is truly a thing of beauty and I’m looking forward to getting more intimately acquainted with it.{{Quote|/indent}}
  
==Supporting helminthic therapy research==
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{{Quote|indent}}You have enabled an amazing change in my life. ❤{{Quote|/indent}}
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==Support helminthic therapy research==
  
 
Those wishing to help promote helminthic therapy may also like to consider donating to the research that is being carried out into the use and effects of living helminths in both the treatment and prevention of immune-related disorders. This work is being spearheaded by Prof William Parker and his team at Duke University, but the progress of their work is dependent on finance being found for each of the steps they take, funding that is hard to secure from the usual sources due to the fact that the therapeutic agent under investigation - live helminths - cannot be patented.
 
Those wishing to help promote helminthic therapy may also like to consider donating to the research that is being carried out into the use and effects of living helminths in both the treatment and prevention of immune-related disorders. This work is being spearheaded by Prof William Parker and his team at Duke University, but the progress of their work is dependent on finance being found for each of the steps they take, funding that is hard to secure from the usual sources due to the fact that the therapeutic agent under investigation - live helminths - cannot be patented.
 
   
 
   
 
To learn more about how to support this research by donation, and about exactly how this will help, see [[Helminthic therapy research#Support the research by donation | '''Support the research by donation''']].
 
To learn more about how to support this research by donation, and about exactly how this will help, see [[Helminthic therapy research#Support the research by donation | '''Support the research by donation''']].

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Support this wiki

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The editors who work on this site are all volunteers, and members of the Helminthic Therapy Support Group on Facebook or one of its satellite groups.

This site was created by John Scott in January of 2017. In addition to devoting a huge amount of time (and love) to gathering and organizing data and presenting it on this site, he has borne the financial burden mostly by himself. In addition to hosting and other website costs, we also need funds for things like postage and journal subscriptions. Also, we'll soon need to go up a level in hosting, and the next tier up is a fairly substantial cost increase.

It's important...

This is the world’s largest information database documenting the science, management, experience and results of 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.. It is valued highly by researchers, clinicians and patients alike.

Quotein.gifI am a clinician in the US and I have done lots of searching through the Wiki... Excellent resource btw! I realize you are not a clinician, but you have certainly gained a level of experience and expertise that many doctors etc do not have in this realm.

Quotein.gifThe wiki is incredibly well structured, detailed and maintained. Once you start reading it, all comes together.

Quotein.gifThank you so much for your tenacity in collecting and organizing helminth information and helping others. The helminthic researchers and users are fortunate to have you do all this work.

Quotein.gifReally very impressed! It really is brilliant that you have for the first time produced a comprehensive site on 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..

Quotein.gifIt's a great resource. I got more info through the wiki then I have for months of searching pubmed and other resources.

It's helpful...

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The wiki is great! So organized, easy to navigate and search. It's really wonderful. Your work has been immense in the spreading of helminth 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. knowledge.
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Thank you for this resource you have created. it's an incredible thing that’s helping to change a lot of lives.
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The wiki is truly an invaluable resource.
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The Wiki is so good and detailed and to be honest leaves no questions unanswered. 😊
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I have spent about 4 hours on your site so far. I don't know if I will do HThelminthic therapy, but nonetheless I am grateful for all your work. I am particularly impressed by the objectivity, which must require a conscious balancing because you are of course in favor of HThelminthic therapy and must have years of experience in the subject. This experience is of immeasurable benefit to us, users and potential users… Thank you again for all your work, and for the high quality of that work. You are making a big, important difference in the world.
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I must absolutely say - your Helminth Wiki website is an incredible wealth of information. Absolutely incredible.
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Thank you for hosting such a fantastically informative site!
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I really appreciate that the information you provide is always measured and backed by fact. I would never have tried HThelminthic therapy otherwise.
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Thank you for creating this. It will be easier to point people in the right direction. The incredible work you do is appreciated, it is so important.
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I am amazed by the amount of work you have done on this Wiki page. Really, I have to tell you that what you have done is quite remarkable - a real labor of love. Thank you for trying so hard to get the word out.
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I really appreciate all your work in collecting so much information - it has made a big difference for me.
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I'm still working my way through the wonderful Wiki you've put all your knowledge (and probably the wisdom of your co-fellows) in. That's very impressive and inspiring.
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I am so grateful for the new wiki website you put up. You are doing a huge service and helping many people. Probably even helping to save lives. No, I know it.
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I think the wiki is an awesome resource. It's been invaluable to me for trying worms.
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Thousands of people have hope of a better life as a consequence of information that is given here.
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I must say, the wiki is incredibly well curated and referenced. The best resource a person undergoing this could hope for. [1]
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I have been reading the wiki. It is a great achievement and a fantastic source of information. Well done.
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Just wanted to thank you for maintaining the 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. wiki. Thank you especially for keeping things focused on both studies and anecdotes, and generally keeping things evidence based.
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Heartfelt thanks to all involved in the Wiki pages - an incredible resource for those of us starting out.
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Thank you for a fantastic and informative website!
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Your wiki site is truly a thing of beauty and I’m looking forward to getting more intimately acquainted with it.
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You have enabled an amazing change in my life. ❤

Support 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. research

Those wishing to help promote 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. may also like to consider donating to the research that is being carried out into the use and effects of living 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] in both the treatment and prevention of immune-related disorders. This work is being spearheaded by Prof William Parker and his team at Duke University, but the progress of their work is dependent on finance being found for each of the steps they take, funding that is hard to secure from the usual sources due to the fact that the therapeutic agent under investigation - live 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] - cannot be patented.

To learn more about how to support this research by donation, and about exactly how this will help, see Support the research by donation.