Kidney transplant could have been avoided!

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Kidney transplant could have been avoided!

Post Number:#1  Post by eDOC » Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:33 pm

Selina Gomez, underwent a Kidney transplant due to Lupus..... ... 665396001/
I feel so bad for her, she could have had her damaged kidney repaired and brought to into a lasting SLE remission, in less than 2 weeks. Only, IF she was guided in the correct direction....done it so many times now and have never failed.
This is conventional medicine, at it's best. Now what when the new kidney starts to get damaged another transplant,cause the root cause SLE isn't in a remission and Steroids can only give Lupus patients more issues like ulcers, diabetes etc,NEVER a lasting remission. And the side effects of anti-rejection meds..doesn't make sense to me.
No wonder I dislike conventional Med,Steroids and Statins.
Again, DMSO was the past, hidden present, surfacing and the future.

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Re: Kidney transplant could have been avoided!

Post Number:#2  Post by soflsun » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:34 pm

What would the treatment have been? What is SLE?

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