More evidence refuting the mainstream MS theory

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More evidence refuting the mainstream MS theory

Post by tzootsi » 5 years ago

Grey matter involvement - hmmm - where have I heard this??

http://news.rutgers.edu/news/multiple-s ... d/20130910

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Post by 1eye » 5 years ago

Says spinal fluid contains unusual proteins. Too early to say why. Still concentrating on early disease (before damage becomes permanent). I don't know about you, but most injuries, I have been able to heal somewhat, after the insult is gone. I hate being so easily written off. Interesting to me that spinal fluid comes from, and returns to, blood. Is it venous blood, or just any blood? Could the stagnation caused by bad venous drainage be allowing these proteins to form? Could a pathogen, perhaps hiding in a biofilm, living in non-laminar, low speed, partly turbulent blood, be creating them? Can they be found also in venous blood? Maybe the BBB has something to do with them. Maybe they are human endogenous retroviri (HERV). Maybe we know more than we thought we did.
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