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  1. Any neurologists or knowledgeable doctors in the south, who will have an understanding of not only pandas / pans BUT neuroinflammation + autoimmunity in correlation with neuropsychiatric symptoms?? I'm looking for someone who will prescribe and understands ivig and pex (already done abx and antiviral). Any of the major cities like Atlanta would be great. I am searching the web and coming up empty handed besides Dr. N and a Dr. Brian Fallon in NY who's main focus is lyme. I've found some researchers, but can't seem to find treating physicians. Would prefer not to travel a far distance. Also, long term immune suppressants would be hugely detrimental to chronic fatigue syndrome. The most effective drug has been ampligen (not available for patients now) b/c it regulates the immune system and had strong anti-viral and anti infectious properties. I hear ivig works similarly and is much cheaper. Southern U.S. Thx.
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