Ad proceeds support
On 10/29/09 I had stents placed in my collapsed jugulars at Stanford Medical Center. My condition was worsening, following great years of recovery on LDN. I am attempting to research the impact that LDN may have on the vascular system, perhaps this explains why so many have benefited from LDN therapy, although in my case it obviously reached a limit where it could not combat the blocked drainage from the brain. However, for those like me who have failed FDA approved MS therapies, or those who don't want to risk the side effects, LDN is still the best solution I have found.
Research is just beginning and there
are many questions to be answered about CCSVI. I have started a new
website to report developments, and on my own case history, including
MRV scan images. Please visit
Below are some of the other potential
causes of MS I have investigated or tried therapy for over the years.
Are Bacteria the Cause of MS? Are Antibiotics the
Below are some references and resources on pathogens with links to MS.
New! New book on Lyme by Ken Singleton, M.D. - How LDN helps fight Lyme!
Lyme Disease Misdiagnosed as Multiple Sclerosis
There is a growing group of Lyme Literate MDs (LLMD), doctors familiar with Lyme treatment, and they are likely to be more open to prescribing LDN than most. If you do a web search on Lyme you will find many resource sites. Here are a few.
Washington Lyme Disease includes a national directory of Lyme MDs. These doctors will be able to help with antibiotic protocols for MS. Or check in with your local Lyme support group to find a doc.
Turn the Corner Foundation - Lyme research and education.
Books by Bryan Rosner:
The Top 10 Lyme Disease
Empirical antibacterial treatment of infection with Chlamydophila pneumoniae in Multiple Sclerosis by David Wheldon, MB FRCPath. Includes the progress his wife has made in treating her MS with antibiotics.
Cpnhelp.org: A website devoted to the understanding and treatment of Chlamydia Pneumoniae, an infectious bacteria implicated in a number of human illnesses, including Multiple sclerosis, Chronic fatigue, Cardiac disease, Interstitial cystitis, Prostatitis, Crohn's diseasei, Inflammatory bowel diseasei, Alzheimer's disease, Asthma, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic refractory sinusitis, Macular Degeneration, and others.
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A Revolution in Research
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