Published: 18 years ago
Re: chemotherapy for ms
I do not have MS, but I do respite care for a lady who was diagnosed with it about 15 years ago. She had the chemo done some years back and at first the results were great. However, she is now regressing and the symptoms, poor balance, incontinence, weak and painful legs, vision problems, that plaqued her before have returned and are getting worse. I understand MS is an autoimmune disease, and I guess there is some logic to chemo and some good response to it. Still, it will probably not be a permanent cure.
By the way, this dear lady eats huge amounts of white Sugar
and flour, bacon every day, drank diet pop for years and uses lots of transfats. I have discussed cleansing and better diet with her, but she thinks I am crazy.
If chemotherapy is chosen, please use whatever time and improvements you get to really clean up your diet and your body. Even fasting may prove to have some value if you can do it.