[ExI] again for MS

Dylan Distasio interzone at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 22:16:31 UTC 2019


You may also want to look into rapamycin as a possible off label MS
treatment although there is somewhat limited data on it.  In addition, most
of the side effects of rapamycin fall away if it is pulsed weekly instead
of taken daily.

Obviously, standard disclaimer to consult a doc with a good understanding
of the drug and disease applies.

On Wed, Mar 27, 2019, 6:02 PM William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com>

> I have a son who has MS.  Continuing in this book, 10% Human, I found
> several cases where a person who had MS, in one case who could not walk,
> who could walk after a fecal transplant, and other symptoms disappeared.
> As we all know we are in the first stages of acceptance of these things
> and currently the FDA only allows fecal transplants for C. diff. but surely
> that will be loosened for other disorders as the data come in.
> Please alert anyone who knows someone with MS.  There seems to be some
> real hope here.
> bill w
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