Will there ever be a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis?

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I hear Methylcobalamin is working.  Also, I hear that when humans invent an artificial spine and artificial neurotransmitters, ALS suffers will be able to live like they do not have the illness. 


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Will there ever be a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis?
« Reply #1 on: 25/04/2009 18:05:41 »
My best bet would be that ALS is linked to chronic venous insufficiency the same as multiple sclerosis. New research based on the discovery from Doctor Franz Schelling from Professor Zamboni and associates is attracting a great deal of attention. I have asked Franz Schelling if ALS might have the same venous patterns as ms. Early days yet, but if they do find als shares the same problems with stenosis and venous reflux back into the nervous system and brain, we could well be looking at the cause and a possible means to arrest or even reverse als.

I have had some modest success with inclined bed rest, nothing spectacular but some modest improvements in people who are in the advanced stages of the illness.

The fact that some changes were reported is indicative of a problem with circulation.

Worth asking for a doplar scan on the internal jugular veins and cerebrospinal veins to see if abnormal swelling is present in these veins.

A full discussion on this important research can be found here: http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-6488.html
« Last Edit: 25/04/2009 18:07:49 by Andrew K Fletcher »
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