I have had many patients from this 'MS' board/forum. They all had a diagnosis of 'MS' This proved not to be the case.CureOrBust wrote:1. We are on an MS board.
I am struggling to find a true 'MS' patient! When I do find one you shall be the first to know.
You are very convinced of this illness and I have no intention of dissuading you otherwise. You must keep seeing the neurologist. I sincerely hope you recover too.CureOrBust wrote:2. I have the symptoms (and a corresponding diagnosis) of MS
Surely I should have seen at least ONE 'MS' patient by now. What is going on? Please help send just one my way.CureOrBust wrote:3. One or even a few hundred people having MS Symptom revilement does not show up as even a blip on the millions suffering from MS. For Amir to be implying "MS Does not exist" (please do not make me go through hundreds of historic posts)
'Unproven' to you but not to the many who have done very well here by giving up the 'MS' dogma they had previously subscribed into. Regretfully my evidence is anecdotal. I do not have the funds to do 'scientific studies' that you are so enamoured with.CureOrBust wrote:4. Flying multiple times to the other side of the planet for an unproven treatment is also not an option, and hence my question on the "hundreds' of other specialists. NB we are on an MS board so a statement such as "now working along similar lines" implies its about MS (symptoms or disease) and also the "now" implies a change over what was happening before.
Here is what some very prominent people have to say about the state of present day medicine and it's many scams:
“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.” – Dr. Marcia Angell, a physician and longtime editor-in-chief of the New England Medical Journal (NEMJ) "http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2964337/"
“The case against science is straightforward:
Much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness.” - [Dr. Richard Horton, the current editor-in-chief of the Lancet – considered to be one of the most well respected peer-reviewed medical journals in the world. http://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/ ... 0696-1.pdf
Here is a venue for you to pursue in the USA:
Dr Gerald Smith who I know personally has trained hundreds of dentists all across the USA and Canada for very many years. I am sure he can help some of you.
YES 'NOW' more and more dentists are realizing that they have a crucial roll to play in the care of not only 'MS' but some 60 different illnesses conventionally hijacked into syndromes and diseases of 'unknown aetiology'
I do not know where you came across the solicitor bit. The website has been functional for many years.CureOrBust wrote:From memory, wasn't Amir speaking to a solicitor and had a web site set up. It certainly looked as if these were commercial actions.
EJC wrote:So why all the hate? If you don't like what Amir suggests or my progress reports on how Emma progresses, don't read the thread, or read it but keep your hate to yourself, you're just contaminating what is effectively a real time study of treatment on a person that has been given an "MS" label, had an alternative or unusual treatment and the results thereof.
Any unsupported claims are shot at and dubious fraudulent scientific studies are thoroughly believed by many. We have those that earnestly wish to get rid of their illness and we have others that nit pick on every alternative viewpoint. The first type make their way here or inquire how best they can sort themselves out. The second lot I have no answer for.cureorbust wrote:Skepticism is NOT "hate" its simply skepticism. And its further triggered by continuing unsupported claims.
I hope the above link helps you. The constraints laid by the medico/dental/pharma triad does not allow many dentists to make any claims. So if no one has come up as blatantly as I have it is because they are circumspect. The results should speak for themselves.CureOrBust wrote:My question is simple and still stands. It is not adverted with emotional claims and wording.Do you have a list / details of these "hundreds" of TMJ specialists?
Now, if you actually simply look at my unemotional post, I am simply asking for where I too could receive the same benefits that your wife received, please do not make it into anything emotional and personal. Remember, I am suffering here from a disease I wish to irradiate ANY way possible.