Frank Shallenberger, MD, HMD

Dr. Shallenberger has been practicing frontline medicine since 1973. In the early 80s he began using ozone therapy as a treatment for infectious diseases not responsive to conventional approaches. He published a peer reviewed paper in 1998 in which he described his theory that non-responsive chronic infectious diseases are primarily due to a shift in the immune response from a TH1 response to a TH2 response. This shift is primarily due to vaccines, recreational and prescribed drugs, petrochemicals, mold, blood transfusions, and parasites. Ozone therapy, along with other immune modulating nutritional and herbal therapies is able to shift a primary TH2 immune response back to a healthy TH1 response, and is therefore instrumental to correcting chronic infectious illnesses.

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