A Midwestern Doctor
The Cell Danger Response is an evolutionarily conserved adaptation cells use to protect themselves from environmental stressors.
Mitochondria orchestrate the CDR by first detecting a threat and then switching from powering the cell to shutting it down to protect the cell from danger. Many complex illnesses result from a chronically sustained CDR that prevents the cells from their normal functionality.
Therapies which address the CDR are often necessary to treat a variety of complex illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome, autism, and COVID-19 vaccine injuries.
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