possible cure? (PubMed)

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possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby miri » Tue May 07, 2013 1:14 am

OK, first see:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16869019

While I barely understand med. jargon, i'm thinking, why not borrow from Angela Zhang's idea:

forward slider to 7:42 on this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ5WYN22YG0

Except substitute:
phosphocitrates inside polymer attached to nanoparticle
which then attach to internal calcifications(stenoses)
then aim infrared light at calcifications(stenoses)
thus melting the polymer, & releasing phosphocitrates
to target the precise site of calcification depositions.

Another idea:
Doesn't laser pulverize kidney stones? (see youtube)
So assume there are subgroups within:
MS, FMS, Lyme, Geriatrics, etc.
...whose main cause of multiple pains & impediments is bodywide plaque.
So why not precisely aim lasers at those stenosic depositions, to pulverize them so they exit the body? Isn't that better than squashing plaque against inner arterial linings with a stent?

I mean, do people prefer a quiet room, or rather using Marsona to muffle noisy surroundings? Isn't a stent sorta like using a Marsona to "muffle" plaque?
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Re: possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby frodo » Sun May 12, 2013 2:06 pm



For speaking about a possible MS cure we should first agree about what is MS. If you define it as a collection of symptoms, probably it will be cured someday. If you define it as the presence of lesions in the brain probably it cannot be cured, but is evolution can be halted and its symptoms reverted.

Appart of this remark the article you mention does speak about calcification in joints. What is the relationship?
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Re: possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby CureOrBust » Sun May 12, 2013 5:28 pm

miri wrote:which then attach to internal calcifications(stenoses)
then aim infrared light at calcifications(stenoses)
thus melting the polymer, & releasing phosphocitrates
to target the precise site of calcification depositions.
I do not think the IR's are finding the stenosis in MS patients to be caused by calcification's.
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Re: possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby miri » Mon May 13, 2013 7:31 pm

CureOrBust wrote:
miri wrote:which then attach to internal calcifications(stenoses)
then aim infrared light at calcifications(stenoses)
thus melting the polymer, & releasing phosphocitrates
to target the precise site of calcification depositions.
I do not think the IR's are finding the stenosis in MS patients to be caused by calcification's.

oh.. :? well, this bears out what i've always maintained - that there's way too much confusing jargon within the system. :roll:

Because when I read about plaque (vis-a-vis MS) I was picturing the type of plaque found in the heart, much of which is calcifications.

If instead, all the jargonists would stick to the terms:
  • lesions & scar tissue (when referring to MS stenoses)
  • plaque-calcifications (when referring to heart & other vessels stenoses)
  • nanobacterial-calcifications (when referring to shells surrounding bacteria & Lyme)
  • tartar (when referring to the gook on teeth)
...wouldn't that be less confusing?

there's more that I'd like to ask the SS(stealthcare scientists) of the unhealthcare system:

They finally deigned to give bodywide pain the name FM but without bothering to explain: Why did author Nordstrom find Swedes labelled Electrosensitive, even while they were displaying the same sets of symptoms as those in the USA LIEbelled FM & CFS? And why do some of us with electrosensitivity, photosensitive epilepsy, FM & MS suffer spasms of some sort? (after all, we're LIEbelled with different names...)
Also, if Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused so much by ergonomics, then WHY is it, that computer exposure causes me to feel Tarsal Tunnel symptoms as well? (not just carpal tunnel?) For that matter, WHY do stores with bright fluorescent fixtures cause my inflammatory symptoms to act up as well? Is that a matter of "ergonomics" for crying out loud?
The above represents only a fraction of the extent to which unhealthcare is guilty of dividing everyone & everything thru reductionist LIEbelling, rather than acknowledging overlapping shades of grey, so as to arrive at common denominator root causes.

P.S. Here's the type of anatomical repair system I'd prefer any day, to what we have now: general-discussion-f1/topic22248.html
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Re: possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby Cece » Tue May 14, 2013 8:05 am

miri wrote:If instead, all the jargonists would stick to the terms:
  • lesions & scar tissue (when referring to MS stenoses)
  • plaque-calcifications (when referring to heart & other vessels stenoses)
  • nanobacterial-calcifications (when referring to shells surrounding bacteria & Lyme)
  • tartar (when referring to the gook on teeth)
...wouldn't that be less confusing?

There is also the specific CCSVI blockages which have gone by many names
lesions
congenital malformations
stenoses
valvular stenoses
bad valves
narrowings

but they consist of stiffened valve tissue most of the time and not plaque calcification as is seen in arteries
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Re: possible cure? (PubMed)

Postby miri » Tue May 14, 2013 10:18 am

Thank you Cece. Indeed the "label" MS should be confined to those with the narrowed jugular configuration, so as not to confuse issues.

But:
Do you think there's no subgroup of people labelled MS, FM, CFS, geriatrics & electrosensitive (in Europe) whose multiple pains were brought on by toxins & microcalcifications?

For example:
The system labelled me FM.
That same system has just ruled out stenosis of veins & arteries (via Doppler)
It also ruled out Lyme disease many years ago (but that was just wimpy blood tests)

And what explains:
  • Nurses always saying they can't find a vein, cuz "You have SUCH tiny veins!!"
  • my neck & elsewhere sounding like crinkly cellophane since childhood? Lymies speak of same
  • My grossly-dense fibrocystic breasts with microcalcifications, as stated on mammogram?
  • Calcifications stated on Pelvic CT Scan approx. 6 years ago
  • numerous skin cysts

And why aren't the %$&#persona's of the system not making the connection between:
calcified lyme-ticks, and calcified nanobacteria?
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