Antisense Oligodeoxynucleotide Therapy (SOT) is a new treatment for Lyme disease. This breakthrough therapy utilizes short DNA or RNA segments to block the expression of critical sections of genes needed for Lyme or viruses to survive and replicate. Essentially, SOT creates a shutoff key that fits a specific lock portion of the pathogen.
The treatment is uniquely tailored to each patient’s needs. First, the patient’s blood is drawn to obtain the specific Lyme bacteria in the body. Next, the blood is sent to the RGCC laboratory in Greece to prepare the SOT treatment. The SOT is injected intravenously and spreads throughout the body. SOT can avoid destruction and will work 24/7 to fight the infection for as long as six months. The main side effects of SOT treatment are detox or “Herx” reactions, such as fatigue, body aches, and headache. Most Lyme patients who do SOT treatment experience a month or so of feeling slightly worse before starting to improve.
SOT is not a typical drug and is not yet approved by the FDA. It does not change the patient’s genetic structure. SOT is a stealth treatment that terminates specific Lyme species’ and co-infections’ gene replication sequences, thus eliminating the next lifecycle and eradicating it from the body. If a patient has multiple active infections, then multiple SOT treatments will be needed for each infection.
“Nucleotides are the molecules that form the structure of DNA and RNA. “Oligo” means ‘few.’ Thus, oligonucleotides consist of a short sequence of nucleotides no longer 20 amino acids long. The term ‘antisense’ oligodeoxynucleotide refers to the fact that it is designed to bind to its counterpart and silence the infectious agents’ genetic code.
This video explains SOT in visual detail. Even though it describes SOT for cancer therapy rather than treating infections, the techniques are essentially the same. I have found that this Facebook group, SOT for Lyme, EBV & Co-infections (supportive oligonucleotide therapy), is an excellent resource for additional information.
Integrative Medicine Center of Western Colorado
Florida Integrative Medical Center
Infusion Clinic of OCALA