Epogen is a human Erythropoietin, glycoprotein that controls red blood cell production in bone marrow.
Used as a treatment in orthostatic hypertension a condition in which blood pressure drops upon standing,
causing dizziness, light headedness or fainting.
Dr David Streeten discovered while treating patients for orthostatic intolerance that one had a low plasma volume and another had a low circulating blood volume both of these patients turned out as having an
ME/CFS diagnosis, when contacted by Dr David Bell who had ME/CFS patients with the same symptoms further research was carried out with results published 1997-1998 ncf-net.org/library/Bell-St...