Hi, Rev! How are you?
You know, I WAS really close to suggesting some "dietary" or supplementary alternatives, but then I stopped myself.
Yes, I'm talking about a chemical agent to assist in MS therapy. BUT, I narrow it down a little further by referring to "targetted" cytokine therapy for MS. Even though technically that is still connected to the "immune system", I break it down even farther. Affecting some cytokines without affecting others tend to create effects that aren't always even realized or affect the traditional "immune system" response as we generally think of it. So, speaking of semantics, do I believe that simply attempting to "modulate" the immune system is strictly the way to go? Nope!
Hard to explain, but in essence, I do agree with you, Rev. Remember, in another thread somewhere I said in my opinion..........everybody should LOAD up on anti-oxidants, etc. Eat right. I'm all for that and do that myself.
Sadly and unfortunately, though, in something as aggressive as MS can be in a lot of people, I'm afraid (solely in my opinion) that that won't do it all alone.
But..........I do agree with you, Rev!
Hey, as always, you be well also!!
EDIT: Oh, and Rev. You asked how is modern medicine using what you suggest? As I believe you and I, at least, can see........they aren't. Those are unfortunately separate divided "camps" at this present time, aren't they?