no, I agree...what I meant was that the link was about iron in the brain in other neurological disorders, if I remember right, and I keep hearing in the arguments against ccsvi that other neurological disorders have iron build-up too so it's not special to MS or it's ok or something and I disagree with those arguments. There is iron in the brain in those disorders, sure, and if that iron follows the veins like how Haacke's research has shown, then I think there might be a vascular origin for those disorders too.
I grew up on heavy well water, I remember not liking it, now I wonder what was in that stuff?
I completely agree, our brains are springing leaks onto delicate brain tissue, and it's not just iron cells but whatever crap that goes into the body that's getting past the blood brain barrier that would normally keep it out. I was really responding to the post before yours, not yours, blossom!
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