Asher wrote:Andrew, as I posted a while ago, IBT has been great for me. I also wrote that I was on tysabri, that it did nothing for me and lately exacerbated my fatigue. As I moved into the 4th week my stamina started to pick up. This time round I decided to get of the drug. I'm in the 5th week after my last infusion, and feeling much, much better. I have no intention to resume taking drugs. I simply don't believe the autoimmune fable.
June 26 I'll be on my way to see dr. Kosteki in Poland. Hopefully I will be liberated after being found to be CCSVI positive.
Asher, congrats on becoming liberated from the drug cartels. MS just has to be a circulatory problem, given the evidence from IBT and Zamboni et al. Autoimmune cannot fit with the reported improvements in people with ms from either intervention.
The Posture Poll also confirms the connection between symptoms worsening, new symptom onset, sleeping flat and sitting incorrectly.
With regards to IBT not being a cure for ms, given sufficient time, IBT has been shown to reverse many symptoms permanently and greatly improve the quality of lifr for people with ms. Terri Harisson for example has remained virtually symptom free for 12 years now and I am aware of many others who have also made remarkeable progress using IBT.
So the question arises as to what exactly does a cure mean with regards to any medical condition? Could IBT provide a preventative intervention to the onset of ms symptoms? I believe it will.
Our grandaughter Amy May has been inclined since birth and her progress chart, signed by doctors and staff following regular checkups makes remarkeable viewing indeed. Her graph line has overtake all of the normal parameters of baby development showing a steep vertical line that intersects all of the pre-printed target lines. Coincidence? She is very strong and very advanced for her 7.5 months. She is not overweight either. But more to the point there is zero chance of sudden infant death syndrome on an inclined mattress, something I have been arguing since 1995.