Well, I would have missed this one as well, but for you! Did you ask a question and was it answered?
This is what I asked: "I was diagnosed in August 2003 with definite secondary progressive MS, which started about three years previously, after having been very benign for about fifteen years. After doing some research on the internet, I decided to try the regime which was first started at Vanderbilt University by Ram Sriram and Charles Stratton, treating MS as an infection of chlamydia pneumoniae. When I started, I could hardly walk unaided to the front gate and I certainly could not use my right hand and arm, which was unfortunate, to say the least, for a right handed professional artist.
Since that time I have had no negative events but my walking and ability to paint are improving by the day. I have had two more MRI scans, which both show no new lesions and a vast diminishment of the existing ones, some even disappearing altogether. How do you account for this? I was under the impression that there was no treatment available for SPMS and that I would just have to let the disease follow its course. I tested negative for lyme disease and marginally positive for CPn. I would very much appreciate your thoughts on this."
It was, of course, moderated out.