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Dr. F.R. Klenner’s Protocol for MS

Presented by Dale Humpherys, May 2003 Towsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Issue #238 page 102 Posted here with permission of the author

Editor: Since the publication of my article “Multiple Sclerosis Treated with Injectable Vitamin B1 and Liver Extract” in the TLfDP in the Feb/March 2000 issue, I have received hundreds of calls from doctors and patients wanting more information on this safe, effective, and inexpensive treatment which reverses and curses Multiple Sclerosis.

Dr. F.R. Klenner’s medical paper was published in the June and July More >

6 months after CCSVI and 4,5 years on Dr Klenner’s protocol

Chelation and the Klenner Protocol

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The truth is that it has not been precisely justified how the combination of the constituents of the protocol works for MS. Scientific research, profit-oriented, CRAB – centered and guided, is not able and above all it doesn’t aim at providing reasonable responses. Nevertheless, one can make several hypotheses about each suggested constituent by analyzing its properties and draw secure conclusions based on scientific research.

Fish Oil has known anti inflammation effects in blood and tissues. Also the lack of Vitamin

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Multiple sclerosis nutritional supplements: Where to find them

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Multiple sclerosis nutritional supplements, necessary for applying the protocol

Multiple sclerosis nutritional supplements that you use must be of high quality. This page contains my personal suggestions concerning the vitamins and supplements (in tablets, powder or liquid form)  for multiple sclerosis according Dr Klenner's protocol for ms that you can purchase through the internet. All oral Multiple sclerosis nutritional supplements referred below have been used by me and many other patients.

The prices are the lowest possible. Every supplement is exactly what the protocol asks for, as it concerns the type and the More >

Vitamins Fight MS

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(OMNS) New research confirms that niacinamide, also known as vitamin B-3, is a key to the successful treatment of multiple sclerosis and other nerve diseases. [1] Niacinamide, say researchers at Harvard Medical School, “profoundly prevents the degeneration of demyelinated axons and improves the behavioral deficits.”

This is very good news, but it is not at all new news. Over 60 years ago, Canadian physician H.T. Mount began treating multiple sclerosis patients with intravenous B-1 (thiamine) plus intramuscular liver extract, which provides other B-vitamins. He followed the progress of these patients for up to 27 years. The results were excellent and More >

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