Researchers at the University of Toronto have found an explanation for how the intestinal tract influences a key component of the immune system to prevent infection, offering a potential clue to the cause of autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
squiffy2 wrote:Hi Harry, we at MSRC report all the MS news, without prejudice, as is written.
The jury is still out (and will be for some considerable time, probably) on the cause/s of MS.
CVfactor wrote:Likewise, I think we can all agree that global warming is unproven since 0.1% of scientists working in this field say it is not real.
CVfactor wrote:No thanks. Debating with the ignorant is a fruitless endeavor.
No insult intended. Ignorant is just an adjective used to describe a certain type of person.
Ignorant: resulting from or showing a lack of knowledge
Every time I read your posts, it seems you just to say over and over again how science has failed us and MS is not an automimune disease.
On the other hand, I have started many threads in support of fact the MS is autoimmune in nature. In my view I have provided a wealth of information with links to the supporting research.
What have you done?
Why don't you start a thread about how MS is not autoimmune and provide the supporting research. Maybe you could start it in the CCSVI forum. Otherwise, I have to assume you are ignorant.
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