I would even bay at the moon every 4th Thursday. I don't see what any of you have to lose. JMO...
I think everyone here would agree with you and would be out there baying at the moon with you IF
there were legitimate documentation of the likelihood of and degree of benefit.
Earlier in this thread it seemed that the question also involved there being so many alternative treatments and how would a person could possibly determine which one, if any, would be of benefit. MS progression can be the most important issue in a person's life and MS progression is a time sensitive issue.
You are convinced that what your daughter is doing is helping her. Someone else is convinced that LDN made a huge difference in their case and the abx people are convinced of the benefit in their treatment. I've heard there is a guy around here who is so whacked out that he thinks swallowing parasites is a sensible option.
Considering all the alternative treatments and all those testimonials from equally intelligent and honest sounding people, how should an unfamiliar person pick just one to entrust their well being? With it in mind that progression of disability is a time sensitive issue and making the "wrong" choice could cost dearly.
Would I ever use the word "cured? Not in this lifetime.
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.
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