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  1. noellas@hughes.net' Noella Schreffler
    October 3, 2016 @ 1:47 pm

    Dr. Kmiec,
    I’m an out-of-options MSer and impressed with your outcome. Have diligently followed so many alternative protocols, but nothing conventional. 1991 symptoms were “probable MS.” 2006 Mayo found lesions were only in cervical spine. 2009 could no longer walk. Now becoming quadriplegic. It does not compute that this is it. Could you, would you, please help me?
    Thank you.
    Noella Schreffler

  2. whirling.swirls@gmail.com' Daniel
    December 6, 2016 @ 8:43 am

    Dear Noella:

    I have read your post.

    By way of this message, I hope to help you.

    Here is a video of an English-subtitled interview with a doctor (Doctor Cicero G. Coimbra, M.D., Ph.D), who has a protocol that appears to have been used to treat relatively many patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), with an apparently relatively high rate of remission.

    The video discusses, in part, vitamin D3 in relation to Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and vitamin D3 in relation to auto-immune conditions, in general.

    The referenced protocol apparently involves the usage of individualized dosages of vitamin D3, the usage of vitamin B2 (riboflavin) (apparently due to a relationship between vitamin D3 and riboflavin and the possibility of some patients having inhibited metabolism of riboflavin), and which can involve (apparently depending on the dosage of vitamin D3 that is taken), a diet that is without dairy (apparently due to the calcium content of dairy and the relationship between vitamin D3 and calcium mobilization in the body):

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hOfO29rL-gI

    I have watched the entirety of the referenced video.

    At the approximate end of the video, there is a text-based indication that the video is a non-profit effort.

    I recommend very much that you review the referenced video and/or otherwise research the referenced protocol of Doctor Coimbra.

    Additionally, here is a website that contains additional information about vitamin D3 in relation to Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and about Doctor Coimbra (such as professional information and contact information of Doctor Coimbra):

    http://www.vitamindandms.org/researchers/coimbra/

    On the referenced website, Doctor Coimbra is indicated as being an “MD” and a “Ph.D” and an “Internist and Neurologist”.

    I wish you the best.

    Sincerely,

    Daniel

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