We know a lot more now than we did 6 years ago when this thread started.
We know that chlorine dioxide works great on topical applications but it appears that the chlorite ion is more effective inside the body. This raises the question of how to get chlorite in the body most effectively.
The drugs NP001 and WF10 are designed for inter venous use and that seems to be a very effective way to get chlorite into the body. Oral use of sodium chlorite can work, but the solution needs to be properly activated prior to ingestion. When you add an acid to sodium chlorite you form chlorous acid. The strength of the chlorous acid is related to its pH.
If you generate chlorine dioxide during the activation, you are wasting chlorite. This means that you need to take far more chemicals than are needed when using proper activation.
Testing has revealed that once you determine your mg chlorite per kg body weight target you can add the correct amount of sodium chlorite to water, adjust the pH to 5.5, and let it activate at room temperature for 24 - 48 hours. This weak chlorous acid solution has very little reaction to stomach acid so the chlorite passes through and is available to the body for use.