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No Cure for MS? Then What Is This?

Updated on August 25, 2012

A Very Disturbing Mystery

There is no known multiple sclerosis cure, we are told -- there are only, at this time, MS treatments.

We are told that researchers are looking into stem cells as a potential cure, but that may take years and many millions of dollars more for research and testing.

The national MS Society announces on their Web site, "Now is the time to act! End MS Now! Donate Here".

What if I told you there was a therapy that has sat on a shelf for many years that has been totally ignored by the medical profession and the professional fundraising organizations that facilitate the current hopeless prognosis for MS or multiple sclerosis?

Would you believe me? Would you believe a doctor if he told you?

I am not a doctor, but I am a reporter of buried facts that hint at something very disturbing -- and yet hopeful -- about the way our multinational medical/pharmaceutical cartel approaches this disease or any other chronic degenerative disease.

I want to change your thinking and open your mind to the fact that there are -- right now! -- known treatments that can reverse the symptoms and effectively (though I can't say the word CURE) end most of the major diseases we fear.

There are only two things standing in the way of relief from the symptoms of most of the major diseases we face:

1) Public awareness that it is possible to "reverse the symptoms" of these diseases; and

2) The willingness of the patient to cooperate in their treatment (This is a big stumbling block, oddly enough.)

I want to demonstrate to you, from a business perspective, why the pharmaceutical profession chooses not to use these healing methodologies and instead goes off pursuing what might as well be unicorns. (There is no money in cures, but there can be fortunes made in the hunt for unicorns.)

The story of the search for a multiple sclerosis cure will be the perfect illustration of what has been going on in the research community for years, even decades.

I believe it verges on being a criminal scam upon the world's people who need to know the truth about how they can regain their health.

In their defense, perhaps the people leading the medical research community have become cynical by their many years of dealing with the general public's reticence at taking constructive, proactive measures to follow simple published guidelines for healthy eating and exercising.

Perhaps, the pharmaceutical industry policy leaders have chosen to ignore cures because, deep down, they believe that -- as Jack Nicholson thundered in the film "An Officer and a Gentleman", "You can't handle the TRUTH!"

I don't know what they are thinking -- I just see the evidence that they have stonewalled and ignored simple free methodologies that require patients to actively change their diet, as they must in this case.

I believe patients need, at least, to be told their are ways to deal with -- and often end -- most, if not all, of the chronic conditions we fear.

Not to brag, but I would assert that I can handle the truth -- the truth that simple factors we can control are causing most of the modern terrifying diseases.

I have been in enough hospitals and nursing homes to see the alternative we must endure, when we refuse to handle the truth. That alone has made me an eager seeker of the truth behind our many medical mysteries.

And I believe there are many others who can handle the truth and put it to use in remedying their own conditions -- IF they are permitted to hear that Truth.

Are you willing to do what It takes to be free of a disease?

There is evidence that some in the medical community -- and to a greater extent, at the highest levels of the pharmaceutical industry -- KNOW that there are "cures" and they actively oppose those who would inform the public of this fact.

This information might, after all, put a lot of doctors, medical researchers, pharmacists, and executives of major pharmaceutical firms out of business, if it were widely accepted.

This is a dark and disturbing realization, for many.

It is easy to say cynically, "Big Pharma is only in this for the money," but let's not go there. Yes, like most businesses, they are motivated by money -- what else is new?

What is curious and interesting to me is how so many millions of suffering people in the U.S. and around the world can let it go at that.

That more people don't have the intellectual curiosity and the self-confidence to dig until they find that our Creator has provided simple ways which -- if we will learn and follow them -- can cause our physical ailments to end. (Because we were never meant to eat the junk that now passes for "food".)

The story of this simple dietary change that has been shown to be an effective multiple sclerosis cure may hopefully act as a signpost, showing that perhaps there are natural ways to end the pain and suffering caused by our society's common chronic diseases, if we are willing to change our habits of diet and activity.

To see the proof of what I'm saying, go to the link below and watch this hour-long video of an M.D. telling the story of his mentor's cure for MS. It will tell the unsettling story and perhaps cause you to wonder what other natural remedies are being kept from the suffering public.


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    • Paul Kemp profile imageAUTHOR

      Paul Kemp 

      6 years ago

      Thank you, Brittanie! It is great to hear that others are learning the importance of changing what isn't working in our lives.

      There are a whole list of diseases and conditions that a few enlightened MDs have shown can be dealt with through a variety of non-toxic methods: Diabetes; coronary artery disease, hypertension, depression, MS, and even cancer.

      MS has always seemed a very sad disease to have because it attacks its victims in their prime years. And, for those who don't know about proven nutritional therapies, it slowly grinds them down. I am glad to hear your grandfather got some good advice and is doing well.

      Thanks for the fan mail. I see you're quite a decorated Hubster, so I will keep writing to please and hopefully help my fans, their friends, and family.

    • Brittanie2216 profile image

      Brittanie Pervier 

      6 years ago from Seattle WA

      Wow awesome hub! I think diet and lifestyle have a lot to do with major health problems and I have always wondered about natural remedies. If you can take care of a cold or the flu without pharmaceuticals then what else can be done naturally? Thank you for sharing this. MS is a topic close to home for me because of my grandfather. He has struggled with MS for over twenty years. I think he has done so well because of his change in diet and lifestyle.

    • Paul Kemp profile imageAUTHOR

      Paul Kemp 

      6 years ago

      Thanks, Margaret, for the vote of support and your comment. I agree that there are so many rogue ingredients in our food and even the city water we drink and bathe in that it's hard to know where to put the blame. (But food is a major contributor to our ill-health and is something we have control over.)

      I like the vegan diet for so many reasons, both scientific and philosophical. Even our digestive system and teeth are suited to a more herbivorous diet, similar to our closest genetic relatives, the chimps and gorillas. Vegsource.com has a very detailed analysis of our physiology and how it points to a very different source of fuel than most of us consume. As with an auto, if you put the wrong fuel in the gas tank, problems develop.

      A well-established tie-in with Type 1 (Juvenile) Diabetes is seen in children who were started on cow's milk too soon. The cow's milk is seen by the immune system as an alien organism that must be attacked and there is a similarity to key cells in the pancreas, so they get attacked and destroyed, too.

      There are a number of the modern killers and disablers that can be stopped in their tracks by a major change to more of a plant-based diet. I could do a whole series of Hubs to bring these to the attention of those who want answers besides surgery and drugs.

      Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn -- a cardiologist -- managed to convert Bill Clinton to a vegan diet. Here is a great TED talk he gave about eliminating heart disease: http://youtu.be/EqKNfyUPzoU

      Dr. Esselstyn has coronary angiograms (before and after) that document how blockages can be removed by the body when we give it a very-low-fat diet of vegetables, grains, beans, and fruit.

      I enjoy writing on this subject. I don't want to preach or argue with those who don't wish to change. I do, however, want to reach those who sense that there must be a better way to manage our health than our present system of cut, burn, and poison offending cells. There surely is a better way, but often people must be at Death's Door before they are ready to get serious about doing what they are unaccustomed to. I think you'd agree -- changing one's diet is better than the alternative!

      Thanks, again, for your supportive comment. I value your perspective.

    • mperrottet profile image

      Margaret Perrottet 

      6 years ago from San Antonio, FL

      I just saw someone on TV a couple of nights ago that claimed his MS symptoms had cleared up completely by following a vegan diet. This makes sense to me because I think that many auto-immune problems are caused by bad reactions to the food we eat. These problems seem to on the rise as our food gets more contaminated with hormones and chemicals. I wish people were more open minded to alternative solutions to medical problems. Voted Up, useful and interesting!

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