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New Treatments for MS

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Thursday, 28 September 2017 04:34 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Research using mice with multiple sclerosis has shown that a technique of altering the cells and then re-injecting them into the mouse significantly decreased MS symptoms — and in some cases eliminated them completely.

It is in my understanding that they are proceeding with the research and getting ready to use this technique in humans.

I also remind you that in England, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is used extensively for treatment of MS. Data on HBOT for MS in England is available in Philip James’ book Oxygen and the Brain.

You can also see my article on MS in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, and my book The Oxygen Cure.

Therefore there is significant data on the ability of HBOT to treat MS and the fact that MS can do quite well as shown in my book, I mention a couple of patients that are now at 30 years post-treatment of their MS and they are doing very well.

Also, Philip James, MD, has reported 10 year follow-up on the MS patients showed those who received HBOT had significantly less symptoms.

So there is hope for treatment and control of multiple sclerosis.

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Research using mice with multiple sclerosis has shown that a technique of altering the cells and then re-injecting them into the mouse significantly decreased MS symptoms.
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