posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 01:21 PM
I am a caregiver for someone with MS. Research "mycoplasma".
There was a small study I read. Less than a hundred people had their MS reversed, after two years, through chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant.
The chemo alone has about a 3% risk of death.
You would do well to boost your immune system now and not later. Eat less red meat, refined flour, refined sugar, and GM corn. Get moderate
aerobic exercise daily if you can. Also, if you smoke, quit! I read a study years ago where male smokers were twice as likely to develop MS over the
rest of the population. Female smokers were three times as likely to develop MS. Also most street drugs will negatively impact your immune system.
I recommend you get some Ester-C and take it daily. This should help as well. Also reducing your caloric intake can induce a macrophage response in
your immune system which can be healthy if properly regulated.
Hope this was insightful.