David is a microbiologist who is treating MS as an infective disease, largely of CPn. To both of us the neuro-protective properties of some of the drugs are a sideline. One could not have expected the great improvement in the two subsequent MRIs from just neuropotection. Basically, on starting thetreatment, the disease was stopped in its tracks. I have had no exacerbations since and none of the existing lesions are active. Neither have I had any new lesions.
To my mind, a bit foggy at this time of night (23.53) and after a hard days painting and two glasses of wine, it is a very promising treatment for more than a significant number of people. Both David and other Docs are duplicating my results. It started with the peole at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, when Charles Stratton, another microbiologist alerted one of the neurologists, Ram Sriram, to the similarity with the MRI scans of MS patients to some people with neuro-lyme disease and other infective, cell wall deficient brain diseases. This dates back to the nineteenth century, when the French physician, Charcot, amongst others, was of the mind that MS was an infective disease. The trouble was that nobody could isolate the infection. CPn was only discovered to be a pathogen less than 20 years ago. Sriram at the moment is one of the few neurologists to be able to change their way of thinking. That's all I can say really, apart from the fact that I, amongst others, are being able to turn our backs on MS.