Who's business is your MS?
What happened after you were diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis?
Most probably your neurologist briefly explained your situation, available treatment etc. But were you questioned in the following (or similar) manner:
- Were you asked at least one question concerning your lifestyle, nutrition patterns, habits, living and work related conditions?
- Has he/she asked you about other health conditions, such as allergies, or has he/she explained to you MS treatment options and usual treatment paths?
- Was the true nature and side effects of so-called MS ‘medication’ explained to you?
- Were you told the benefits of other Multiple Sclerosis management options - a) no treatment, b) nutritional, c) holistic etc treatment?
Think for yourself - what it really means if your answer to at least 1 above question is NO ?
By now a question: ‘WHY?’ should emerge. Definitely the best way to find answers to similar questions is to: ‘FOLLOW MONEY’
There are several explanations:
- Allopathic vs. Holistic Medicine - two main medicine philosophies
- MS Treatment Market will Reach $11.9 Billion by 2011 - monster influence of pharmaceutical industry - VERY BIG (multi Billion) money
- Advantages of MS ! ? !- interest groups of MS business
Food for thought: in 2002 the top 10 drug companies made a higher profit than the other 490 businesses together on the Fortune 500 list
More highly useful, real eye-opener, information - in amazon.com web site:
- The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It - book review
- Death by Prescription: The Shocking Truth Behind an Overmedicated Nation - book review
Keep reading - most probably you will find many more answers on pages of this web site - even about a permanent MS remission!
So who’s business is your MS ?
To put it simply - my MS is my business - so my responsibility
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I was diagnosed with symptoms of MS in 2006. My twins were five months old then. I have RR MS. Actually, I never claim MS is mine, just that is resides in my body. Since being diagnosed, I have been injecting myself with copaxone every night. I have only stopped taking in twice to see if the supplements I am taking are actually working. I take B6, 12, D 2000 IU, Folic Acid and some other supplements not realated to healing me. I keep hearing there is another Vitamin B that would help me, B4 I think. I just read from Dr Betty Martini's Aspartame group that what I need to stop eating is red meat, mushrooms, tomatoes, soy sauce. Tomatoes are my fav vegetable, I guess I will have to stop eating those. I want to be healed, cured and stop taking this copaxone which costs my health insurance over 4K a MONTH. I hate putting more money in the BIG pockets of BIG PHARMA. Personally, I think MS is a weapon of mass destruction, a BIO WEAPON, if you will. I want to be healhty and around for my twins, always and this disease is not what I had in mind when my twins were still infants on 2006. Shame on the US gov and their scientists for creating this disease in their labs and finding their way into Americans though vaccines. Thank you for your work and God Bless
I am now trying oral hydrogen peroxide (food grade 29% diluted down to 3%) as I read that hydrogen peroxide turns on all kinds of enzymes. Also, your white blood cells are supposed to produce enough hydrogen peroxide to keep your immune system intact and kill viruses/fungi/bad bacteria. I am starting very slow, and I hope that I can build up quickly to 75 drops of 3% divided into three doses with water. I just read the One Minute Cure by Madison Cavanaugh and found it very interesting. Multiple sclerosis is listed as benefiting from this therapy because it can clear out the arteries. I am still very pleased with my pancreatic enzyme digested help but am also adding this.
I was diagnosed with Ms a few weeks ago, im pretty scared, I dont know what to expect, not hearing good things about the ms medication and I think I would prefer a more natural approach. Thank you for the hope of maybe having one.