One of the hard things about Multiple Sclerosis is that it can go dormant for months or years. People don't know when to stand up and say, "I'm cured." Well, it's been over ten years now since my daughter has shown any MS symptoms. I put a period after that sentence, but believe me, inside I am shouting 20 exclamation points as well as a thousand "Praise God!" exclamations. She was diagnosed with MS by Mayo Clinic. She had "flashes" in her eyes. absolute fatigue, wobbly, loss of right-eye sight, numbness in stomach, right leg, and bottoms of both feet,... lesions on her brain. She had to wear sunglasses to watch TV. After the diagnosis, the parting words of the MS specialist was not to go on the internet and try to find a "cure" or information. He said it would be unreliable. We nodded our heads with appropriate submission. We never went back. They had nothing to offer but to suppress the immune system (knee-jerk reaction to any auto-immune disease)and horrible drug side-effects. Our daughter was 16. We knew about underage children being removed from families when they sought "natural" alternatives. We stayed below the radar. She never took any of the ABC drugs offered.
I was a philosophy major in college. I spent 3 years in the college research section. We freely researched our brains out. A friend at church gave us the Richard Schultze's Incurable tapes.
Now, I'm going to shorten this story (since it's not in Kindle form). Our daughter went on Schultze's Incurable Program to a tee. EVERYTHING. Well, on the end of the last week, she broke out with Chickenpox from head to toe... inside her mouth, everywhere. In my personal education on the disease, I had found that Canadian (scientific) researchers were studying the link between MS and Chickenpox. I had also heard of one other local person who had been diagnosed with MS--- then had Chickenpox--- then no longer had any symptoms of MS. After the Chicken Pox and Incurables Program, my daughter daily regained strength. She returned to High School, doubling up on classes so that she ended up being able to graduate with her class. Now, over ten years later, no MS.