Kutapressin: An Immune System Adjuvant Based on the theory that the immune system is dysfunctional in CFS, researchers in Texas some ten years ago rediscovered an immune system adjuvant derived from porcine liver, called kutapressin. Kutapressin is an amino acid complex that was first used for Herpes Zoster, a virus that causes chicken pox and shingles, and also to treat chronic acne. Kutapressin seems to activate the immune system. Based on the possibility that CFS patients have a dysfunction of the immune system, the researchers considered it a possibility that kutapressin may help CFS patients. About 30% of patients studied experienced improvement in their trial of kutapressin, but 70% of patients showed little reaction. We considered methods of improving the ratio of symptom improvement by adding magnesium sulphate, folic acid, vitamin B12, Calphosan and glutathione to the injection. We improved the efficacy of the weekly injection for patients to 67%. The single weekly injection we developed contains: Kutapressin, Glutathione, Magnesium sulphate, Methyl Cyanocobalamin, Folic acid, Calphosan, and trace elements. Before injection treatment, the patient is tested with a test dose 0.2ml to rule out hypersensitivity. If there is a hypersensitive reaction in the form of swelling or any other adverse reaction to the injection, then the components of the injection are separately injected as test doses in each arm at weekly intervals to determine the sensitizing component(s). Immunoprop We use this oral tablet in combination with the kutapressin complex injection. The Immunoprop contains 250 mg glutathione, l-cystine , Selenium and sodium ascorbate. It is believed to activate the immune system and reduce brain fog, and it can be taken up to three times a day.