Congrats on the high cure rate! eDOC, I know from reading your posting history that dmso is your go to #1. What would you rank as your top five?eDOC wrote:DMSO has an extremely high success rate in treating any autoimmune and rheumatic diseases.
Specially with respect to SLE, early/advanced (Pleurisy, ESRD etc.), in all 50 plus cases that have treated, have a 99% complete remission rate, with none side effects. So why do these Lupus literate, Immunologists and Rheumatologits (who have written books and published numerous articles) are putting there patients in agony by treating using Steroids. Steroids can never provide a remission to a SLE patient,nor can treat ESRD, they can only increase complications. They make the patients wait for months for the next aptt, keep repeating labs and end up with Steroids. I know the pharma mafia has a big role. This is one of my highest success rate for any disease, what else does a Lupus sufferer want?
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confused1 wrote:eDOC, I know from reading your posting history that dmso is your go to #1. What would you rank as your top five?
confused1 wrote:If you don't mind my asking, what things do you treat with Glutathione? And until I learn to give myself IVs, is there any efficacy with oral administration of CsCl and Glutathione as there is with oral DMSO? I know it will not be as effective as I have heard you repeatedly say "dosage and route of administration".
Stone_Circles wrote:eDoc - any word on a publish date for your book?
ofonorow wrote:Pushing sideways... eDOC ... what is your new found interest in stem cells? Can you give a high level? I know there is a university of Illinois doctor in Chicago who has corrected Type I diabetics, but has to perform the operations in South America (Thank you Federal Death Administration). From what I heard, the big problem is rejection. Seems to be an exciting field.
I have noticed my beard darkening a bit, and hoping DMSO has a positive effect on my teleomers
I also note that you say 8 weeks is usually the longest it takes you to effect a cure. Is that with DMSO daily? In my case, I am way past 8 weeks and experiencing considerable relief - but no cure yet.
where do I go to get CsCL or DMSO IV?
this sounds great, but why has no paper been published on it?
or even a handbook to tell people what to do?
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