Lithium and antidepressants: stimulating immune function and preventing and reversing infection.

@article{Lieb2007LithiumAA,
  title={Lithium and antidepressants: stimulating immune function and preventing and reversing infection.},
  author={J. Lieb},
  journal={Medical hypotheses},
  year={2007},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={8-11}
}
  • J. Lieb
  • Published 2007 in Medical hypotheses
The ability to safely and economically stimulate immune function would transform the humanitarian and economic landscapes of nosocomial, surgical and antibiotic-resistant infections, as well as reduce the burden of epidemics, pandemics and bioterrorism. Such stimulation is widely held to be beyond our reach, an unfortunate misconception. As early as the mid 1980s sufficient evidence had accumulated to be able to state with conviction that lithium and antidepressants have these properties… CONTINUE READING
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