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Re: Suffer from anxiety, but worried that I have MS or ALS. HELP!!!
« Reply #10 on: June 11, 2014, 04:12:26 PM »
Dam*it, Nolan. I'm busy being a ball of anxious tension. And my phone is across the house.
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Re: Suffer from anxiety, but worried that I have MS or ALS. HELP!!!
« Reply #11 on: June 11, 2014, 05:11:01 PM »
I need help too, man!
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Re: Suffer from anxiety, but worried that I have MS or ALS. HELP!!!
« Reply #12 on: June 11, 2014, 10:59:46 PM »
Where did you see that information on ALS, Nyt?

I sent you a pm, but extremely promising clinical trials at Emory and elsewhere. Have identified 25 gene parkers rresponsible for our favorite disease.  People are regaining movement and speech with stem cell injections made from their own skin.  See Neuralcell and Deanna Protocol.  I believe we're on the brink pal. 
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Re: Suffer from anxiety, but worried that I have MS or ALS. HELP!!!
« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2014, 10:02:44 AM »
Where did you see that information on ALS, Nyt?

I sent you a pm, but extremely promising clinical trials at Emory and elsewhere. Have identified 25 gene parkers rresponsible for our favorite disease.  People are regaining movement and speech with stem cell injections made from their own skin.  See Neuralcell and Deanna Protocol.  I believe we're on the brink pal.

Oh from your fingers to God's ears.
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Re: Suffer from anxiety, but worried that I have MS or ALS. HELP!!!
« Reply #14 on: June 12, 2014, 04:19:07 PM »
We are WAY ahead of where we were when I first began my foray into this illness 17 years ago.  Perhaps "foray" is the wrong word... "when I first began investigating this illness 17 years ago".  There, that's better.  Back then, it was than Ritulek that extended life span by 3-4 months (as if).  Now, we are seeing REAL reversal of symptoms.  Also in the 90's, when Jenifer Estess was diagnosed (DO NOT LOOK HER UP IF YOU FEAR **S), she and her sisters when to Washington DC and bullied for donations and grants for further research.  It is because of Jenifer Estess and the determined patients and researchers out there that we have now identified 25 markers for the disease (not just the one familial gene, as we mistakenly thought). This is leading to new and exciting treatments that are showing REAL results.  Are previously paralyzed people suddenly entering 10K marathons and teaching Zumba?  No!  But they ARE regaining use of an arm, gaining enough strength to transfer from their wheelchair to their bed/sofa. Some are starting to eat/chew again, many are speaking coherently again.  THIS IS HUGE. In case you are wondering, I had started noticing "perceived weakness and aching in my left bicep" and came to the HA site looking for answers, and foolishly found myself falling down the same rabbit hole that I promised myself I'd never peer into again.  But in a weird way, I'm glad to keep up with the newest breakthroughs in this field.  I do believe we will turn this into a CHRONIC illness in the next few years (just like MS, diabetes, RA, or other similar problems).  Finally, there is a REAL percentage of cases that stop progressing entirely for no apparent reason, and a few that actually reverse. In such cases, the doctors always back-pedal and mumble gibberish about "misdiagnoses", but I don't believe that's true.  I strongly feel that (just like MS) there are some cases that just resolve spontaneously!  It's too early to tell, so GOD BLESS the researchers in the labs world-wide who are struggling to unravel the ultimate Rubik's cube, and people (like those trying the Deanna Protocol) who continue to doggedly look for solutions :)   ***Perhaps we should start a thread for nothing but GOOD NEWS about this disease?****  What do ya think??  HUGS TO YOU GUYS
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