Cece wrote:I do not know the science behind it but find that factoid about the Japanese having higher levels of B12 to be interesting. Not much MS in Japan.
PointsNorth wrote:[b]I'd like to hear what the resident white coat wannabes think. Or even real white coats for that matter.
Luvsadonut wrote:although this doesnt add any scientific value, there is/was a doctor in a place close to where I come from (Horden, Co. Durham) who was prescribing B12 to his MS patients. The documented case which I read, concerned a woman who regained walking ability after spending years in a wheelchair, after reading the case I initially put it down to a mis-diagnosis of sorts, but maybe there is more to it. Im also low in B12..400 is the level Im at....
edited as I found the link....
PointsNorth wrote:fyi - I took the Schilling Test and did not test positive for pernicious anemia. Some might consider taking . . .
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