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Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Posted by kmd on April 19, 2002 at 13:22:03:

Walt, in your experience and with the latest research I know you read, what are some of the best options available for a person who has just been told that her MS has progressed to "secondary progressive disease"?

I was reading that there is a drug called "mitoxantrone" that is supposed to delay the progression of the disease - do you know anything about this med? Thanks.........



Hans Neiper protocol has an extremely high success rate according to their reports..

Posted by ~CT on April 19, 2002 at 15:15:10:

In Reply to: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis posted by kmd on April 19, 2002 at 13:22:03:

I don't have MS but have referred these studies to a good friend in hopes that she will find relief.

I take the Calcium Aspertate in the morning and Calcium Aspertate in the evenings (I get it from my nutritionist).

I do hope this info helps a bit.




Re: Hans Neiper protocol has an extremely high success rate according to their reports..

Posted by kmd on April 19, 2002 at 15:31:42:

In Reply to: Hans Neiper protocol has an extremely high success rate according to their reports.. posted by ~CT on April 19, 2002 at 15:15:10:

Thank you. Did you mean to state the same supplement twice? Wasn't sure if that was a typo.

Do you have a website or link I could see?



Here's the link

Posted by ~CT on April 19, 2002 at 22:08:47:

In Reply to: Re: Hans Neiper protocol has an extremely high success rate according to their reports.. posted by kmd on April 19, 2002 at 15:31:42:

oops

The link is http://www.msnews.org/niep94.shtml in case it does not post properly.

I should have typed that I take Orotate and Aspertate.

/me turns in for a good night's rest!



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Re: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 20, 2002 at 08:43:55:

In Reply to: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis posted by kmd on April 19, 2002 at 13:22:03:

Hi, kmd.

Most ANY coherent treatment (unconventional) would have better success that the conventional medical monopoly in this country that has NONE that does not cause more harm than good!

Start with the Book about MS by R.L. Swank, MD (library) about his 40 years research in the long term effects of certain dietary fats on MS.

Next, remember that more than 75% of all MS diagnoses are proven to have been wrong at autopsy. That means that 75% of those diagnosed as MS do not have it and instead have a degenerative neurological condition most of which are caused by exposure to environmental toxins in susceptible people.

That means that eliminating those toxins is essential and very effective. There is even some suggestion that true MS is also aggravated by these toxins. See the Clinical Ecologist archives in MCS.)

See the neurological archives.

Namaste`

Walt



Re: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis - more questions

Posted by kmd on April 20, 2002 at 10:49:16:

In Reply to: Re: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis posted by Walt Stoll on April 20, 2002 at 08:43:55:

Thanks Walt.

She has the Swank book, so is aware of those approaches. Do you know of any non-dietary alternative approaches that may be helpful (supplements, etc?) Something that you may know of to protect the nerves? She had her amalgams removed several years ago, for one thing.

I did not know that over 75% of MS is misdiagnosed - is that so even if there are documented brain lesions (and more of them over time progressively with "attacks")? Would these other neurological conditions be so similar to MS as to respond to the same alternative approaches anyway, or is the actual diagnosis crucial?

Thanks again.



Re: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis - more questions (Archive in neurology.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 21, 2002 at 07:52:50:

In Reply to: Re: Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis - more questions posted by kmd on April 20, 2002 at 10:49:16:

Thanks, kmd.

They are ALL degenerative CNS diseases. By general consensus, it is already agreed that environmental toxins, micronutrient deficiencies (what the brain has available for repairs) as well as being a couch potato [use it or lose it] all have something to do with this class of conditions.

The additional things I could suggest is improving the detoxification ability of the liver (see the liver archives), taking the best source of micronutrients available today (they are called concentrated food supplements) and at least 4 "Balanced B vitamins" a day (2 twice a day).

Namaste`

Walt

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