RuSmolikova wrote:I find this review quite useful...
http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRel ... cs/ms.html
Please, note that "no scientific study has demonstrated that removing amalgam fillings helps patients with multiple sclerosis or any other ailment."
cheerleader wrote:Hey Harry-
Glad to see you posting. Hope you're well.
You're right about the "up in the air" nature of that study. No answers, more questions. Just like MS!
"Underlying cause" may be different for every MSer. For some it's a Cpn infection, others a hep. vaccine, a case of mono, a tick bite, a car accident, sinusitis, or mercury amalgams. There are as many straws to break the camel's proverbial back as there are camels....that's why this site has so many threads.
If you read the entire thread I copied, Katie believed her MS began after a leaky amalgam. She had her amalgams removed and was feeling better. Others were quick to criticize her, but if it worked for her, maybe she's right! As far as curing MS, I have no clue...but calming MS and slowing it down can maybe be achieved, if the instigators to immune hyperactivity can be isolated.
My husband still has his 12 amalgams. He decided not to pursue the removal. He's been stable this year, with no flares or progression. A day at a time.
I happen to like Stephen Barrett and his research actually. I know the counterattack against him, but I still happen to think his research is pretty good.
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