On "MS and Dealing with False Advertisement of CURES"
I am interested in everything multiple sclerosis (MS) related
I must be. As I was diagnosed with MS (at least de-myelination in my brain) in 1996
More about my MS in a separate article MS cures story.
As I have no any fresh MS symptoms for years, I myself am not interested in any MS cures. Furthermore, I know enough about almost everything related to autoimmune diseases, so I know, what to do to stay away of almost any degenerative process.
The article, I came across recently, is very short. Author of this article, Suz W. Hussey, is a freelance writer, mainly reviewing music for over twenty years. As I can see, neither she nor anybody in her family is a MS sufferer. Therefore her article is 'empty'. She says:
I know people who are sympathetic try to offer all sorts of methods and means to cure MS. They mean well, but, as an MS patient, don't you clench your teeth at their lack of MS education?
I am pretty sure - everybody who got a serious disease, is curious concerning everything this condition related. Again:
It took us decades to make it this far in MS research and maintenance of this unpredictable, debilitating disease. Let's not shut the door on the few that offer advice and encourage them to educate themselves.
Who she is speaking about, mentioning 'us'?
And so forth. Finishing article, Suz generously provides several "helpful" web addresses. Ironically, all these web sites are created by pharmaceutical companies, producing so-called MS drugs etc.
Full article MS and Dealing with False Advertisement of CURES.
By the way - place where this article has been published - Suite 101 is a directory of articles of all imaginable sorts.