Chris55 wrote:And I am not fond of the word "trigger".
Sorry if I'm being obscure.Chris55 wrote:Not quite with you JFH.
I think it's worse than that, the pigeon holeing then extends to RR SP or PP.Chris55 wrote:I feel like neuros try to "pigeon hole" this diagnosis for anyone who may have MS symptoms.
Nor me!Chris55 wrote:I am just not convinced that all of you have the same disease.
I've a little bit a problem with this line of argument Chris. Two thoughts. First as we agree, if there are many MS type diseases why should they have any common factor? But let's accept there may be, over 400 years I dont think there enough invariants to make the effort too worthwhile - the one certain invariant "latitude and Vit D exposure" has already been identified.Chris55 wrote:We also have to remember that MS has been around for centuries so we need to find a common denominator that would have existed in the 1700s and the 21st century.
Too right! The SF1019 debate is an example.Chris55 wrote:I am not convinced that current research is as open or productive as it needs to be.
Chris55 wrote:Isn't this fun--picking brains. I personally think it is a very healthy pasttime. Again, thanks to all of you who contribute. C.
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