You might not but others will recognize that there is a huge difference between trying to sell someone on something beforehand and offering encouragement to someone who has already made a decision bereft of of prior input from me.
Read bold below, per the quotes you supplied:
Yeah, nice try!fernando wrote:Lyon saidI'm not sure of the reason but there is no doubt that you actively are trying to talk people into it before safety and efficacy have been proven.
I see that your advice is different from what you do.
Anyone can read for themselves here: http://www.thisisms.com/ftopic-11035-0-days0-orderasc-.html
You watched and even endorsed the experimentation of an MSer with himself never advising to get under the supervision of a doctor. This man subjected himself to an experiment inoculating helminths in his own body.
You watched it in delight. A few bits will suffice:Awesome Sheldon! Which helminth are you going to use?At that point he had just started selling Trichuris trichiura and I had high hopes for that with MS because they don't migrate through tissue so you don't have to go through the coughing jag that you do with hookwork and they've also had an evolutionary long relationship with man so they live up to 20 years so you don't have to dose often and they should have as good an effect on MS symptoms as anything.
It is really disgusting. And you come here to offer advice to people who is treated by qualified doctors?
Also, you might find it interesting that most of the world's population live in "undeveloped" conditions, are helminth infested and RARELY experience MS. We who are now considered the developed populations RARELY experienced MS before the industrial revolution when we became "developed" and lost our age old human/helminth relationship.
toindustrial revolution and our age old human/helminth relationship was lost.
industrial revolution when we became "developed" and lost our age old human/helminth relationship.