Hi Rob,robbie wrote:Are any of the thousands of members that may be on one of the conventional treatments ever wonder if maybe they should try one of these alternative therapies such as ldn or antibiotics etc. After all you may get better results taking a pill than poking yourself with a needle for years on end.
I do NOT want to imply anything in respect to anyone. However, the kudos and notoriety (publicly and within their profession, which in itself can bring financial gains) could be the driver for someone to expound a treatment to the edge of their belief. When i have tried alternative treatments, its funny that it was Aimspro people that took out any personal time to try and investigate why it didn't work for me; i.e. why their system failed.Lyon wrote:In MS it seems the only obvious scams are the ones in which the people making the claims are the ones who stand to profit from it. I don't see how anyone we come in contact with stands to get rich off of abx or ldn, which means they either know something we don't or are they misguided (but honest) souls.
Hi Chris,Chris55 wrote:I would even bay at the moon every 4th Thursday. I don't see what any of you have to lose. JMO...
I don't blame you! I've never been able to find out exactly what cure means. As far as I'm concerned "they" can take the words "cure" and "disease" and stick them where the sun don't shine because they mean everything and nothing at the same time.Chris55 wrote:Would I ever use the word "cured? Not in this lifetime.
My boy Noah Webster wrote:CURE: 1 a: spiritual charge : care b: pastoral charge of a parish2 a: recovery or relief from a disease b: something (as a drug or treatment) that cures a disease c: a course or period of treatment <take the cure for alcoholism> d: spa 13: a complete or permanent solution or remedy <seeking a cure for unemployment>4: a process or method of curing
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