Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Just a couple of news spots today...
1. Ms may be a family matter with differing clinical course. Interesting... The whole we are 'all different' is in question but we need to know...Type thing!

2. Ms 50% More Common In U.S. Than Thought?

And thats about it! I am still looking for more news clips on stem cell research but nothing new yet.

Oh this is new to me...I love it:
*******Club Foot By Kasabian***********

Someone to look into I think. I saw a live show on TV and I think they rock!!

Hope your all well
posted by personallog! @ 10:01 am  
  • At 2:30 pm, Blogger mdmhvonpa said…

    Dave: here is something Close to you about ethical stem cell research.


  • At 11:06 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…


    You've got to see my latest uploads round MS, Dale Humphreys articles!

    I'll give a hint of what he says:

    "This is a case history of a recovery from a disease which exacts a terrible price in suffering and hardship from its victims and their families and for which orthodox medicine stubbornly insists there is no successful treatment."

    "For those unfamiliar with my history, I was diagnosed with MS in 1973 after 2 severe attacks which forced me to discontinue working and spend most of my time in bed, and able to walk only short distance. I was told by my doctors I would soon be in a wheelchair. After hearing Dr. F.R. Klenner was treating MS with success I went to Reidsville, North Carolina and began treatment. I began to recover and was well enough after 6 months to return to work as a teacher, although it was 2 years before I became symptom-free. I have enjoyed good health since, and at the age of 75 I am still working and looking after a 5-acre farm."

    "Since the publication of my article “Multiple Sclerosis Treated with Injectable Vitamin B1 and Liver Extract” in the TLfDP in the Feb/March 2000 issue, I have received hundreds of calls from doctors and patients wanting more information on this safe, effective, and inexpensive treatment which reverses and curses Multiple Sclerosis."

    "Yes the title is correct! It isn't the usual "Doctors search for a cure" scenario we read and hear every day in the media. There is a cure for a disease orthodox medicine (the neurologists) deny there is a cure for. However, the many hundreds of patients recovering on the Klenner treatment belies this claim. How is this explained? Very easily and it isn't a palatable conclusion to arrive at."

    There is more!


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