Why would there be angry reactions? Puzzled reactions, maybe. I had never heard of cal EAP before your post. I've inserted one reference I found on an alt medicine page site. You have to do home IV injections? Melody, how do you know about this, is it something you and John considered?
Can One Recover from Multiple Sclerosis?
According to Dr. Gary Moore, a holistic physician who administers inexpensive injections of calcium aminoethylphosphate (Cal EAP or CaEAP), the answer is a resounding yes. He not only has MS but he was nearly in a wheelchair before taking the shots, and now he is strong and actively pursuing his career.
Cal EAP injections were developed in Germany around 1960 by Dr. Hans Nieper and Dr. Franz Kohler and have been approved for MS therapy in Germany since 1966. Dr. Moore was Dr. Nieper's patient in 1991 when he started intravenous injections every other day. These continued for the next seven years. His disease has stabilized, which in Dr. Moore's own words is "miraculous since I was almost ready to use a wheelchair."
Calcium EAP is a mineral of sorts. The EAP is ethandamine phosphate, which makes up 5 to 15% of the nerve cell membrane. Nerve cell membrane and sheath are affected in MS. Over time, Calcium EAP repairs areas of demyelination, sealing areas of damaged cell membrane. This leads to less spasm, improved energy and endurance, and a quicker recovery.
What to Expect
Although treatments achieve best results when given as soon as possible after diagnosis, even patients with the disease for 10 to 15 years can respond and improve. About 70% to 80% of all patients get better, while some patients do not respond at all.
When you combine the shots with proper nutritional supplementation, results can be even better but in order to use Cal EAP, you must go to Dr. Moore's office in Indianapolis, Indiana. Your routine will go pretty much as follows:
You will go to the office for three to four days with the person who will administer your shots at home. The first visit with Dr. Moore lasts an hour or two and includes history, physical, blood tests and recommendations. This is followed by your first injection. The first visit will cost $250. Subsequent injections cost $18 each. The remaining days will be dedicated to more Cal EAP injections and training your partner for the IV home injections. On the last day, you will see Dr. Moore again for your final visit. This will cost $50. Home injections are given up to seven years.
The following doctors perform Cal EAP
Gary Moore, MD, 6801 Lake Plaza Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 596-9724
Naturopathic and Allergy Clinic, 5468 Dundas Street West, Suite 101, Toronto, Ontario Canada M9B 6E3, phone (416) 207-0207, fax (416) 207-0272, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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