I put my MS into long-term remission using an alternative treatment suggested by Edgar Cayce, a man many regard as the father of modern holistic medicine. I wrote a book about my experience which went through five hard copy editions and can now be read free of charge on the Internet at
When I tried to interest the NMSS in my book, it was determined by their "professional advisory committee" that it constituted "inappropriate" reading matter for persons with MS. My local NMSS chapter would not so much as accept it into their lending library.
Based upon my dealings with the NMSS, I believe it is little more than a pawn in the hands of the
medical/pharmaceutical industry and that, though it goes through the motions of finding a cure for the disease, and though it "talks a good game," its primary objective is to perpetuate the positions and salaries of its employees at the expense of those who support it and who look to it for solace and assistance. In that sense, I believe the NMSS is in violation of the public trust.
Dudley Delany, R.N., M.A., D.C.