Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It is the result of damage to the
protective covering that surrounds nerve cells, due to inflammation. Inflammation occurs when the body's own immune cells
attack the nervous system, known as an autoimmune disorder. When this nerve covering is damaged, nerve impulses are
slowed down or stopped.
According to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada: “Multiple Sclerosis is a complex disease. While it is most often diagnosed
in young adults, aged 15 to 40, we know that it affects children, some as young as two years old. The impact is felt by family,
friends and by the community. MS is unpredictable, affecting vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. Its effects are
physical, emotional, financial, and last a lifetime. There is no cure.”
An estimated 55,000 to 75,000 Canadians and 400,000 Americans have Multiple Sclerosis. Canada is a high risk area for the disease,
which occurs more often in countries that are further away from the equator. A study published in the February 8, 2011 issue of Neurology,
the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, claims to know the reason. “People who spend more time outside in the sun and
those with higher vitamin D3 levels are far less likely to ever develop MS than those with inadequate sun exposure and low levels of vitamin D3.”
Once again we see the many benefits of vitamin D3 for our good health. Several studies have shown that higher levels of vitamin D3
can actually prevent Multiple Sclerosis. This sunshine vitamin is known to reduce inflammation and possibly autoimmune activity.
High dosages of vitamin D3 are proving to be beneficial to those with Multiple Sclerosis. Studies show relapses occur less frequently.
A quick search of the Internet provides many testimonies to its benefits. Here is one of them: “I have secondary progressive
Multiple Sclerosis, and because of vitamin D3, I no longer have to use my wheelchair or use a cane. I take one capsule of vitamin
D3, 50,000 IU a day. Vitamin D3 is the only addition I’ve made, and is definitely the reason that I am now able to walk more than
1.8 miles in 40 minutes, read books and newspapers again, speak more clearly, see things in focus instead of blurry.”
Clinical trials at the Research Facility of the University of Toronto have proven that there is no evidence of adverse effects from MS patients
taking large dosages of Vitamin D3 every day.
Another treatment for MS sufferers that’s been making headlines in the last couple of years is what’s known as Liberation Therapy.
Discovered by Dr. Paolo Zamboni, an Italian doctor, he claims that MS is not the disease the medical establishment believes it to be.
When his wife began to show signs of having MS, he decided to do his own research on the disease. Searching medical books from as far
back as 100 years ago, one common denominator kept appearing in cases of MS patients .... excess iron. This heavy metal can cause
inflammation and death of cells, a recognizable trait of MS. Knowing from previous research that iron buildup damages blood vessels in the
legs, he proceeded to test for similar problems with blood vessels of the brain.
Through the use of ultrasound machines, he found that over 90% of the people he tested with MS have a blockage in their veins that drain blood
from the brain, due to iron buildup. As these vessels rupture, the iron and other intrusive cells cross the crucial brain-blood barrier,
where they destroy myelin sheathing of the cerebral nerves, and this leads to Multiple Sclerosis.
Upon these findings, Dr. Zamboni performed a simple operation on his wife to unblock the veins. Three years later, and his wife has yet
to suffer another attack. Afterwards this same operation was performed on a group of 65 MS patients. The results were astounding ....
73% of the patients are completely free of the symptoms of MS.
Closer to home, a gentleman made the news here in Kingston, Ontario last year when he travelled to Costa Rica to have liberation treatment for
his MS. The positive results of the treatment were visible from the moment he came out of the operation room.
"My wife immediately
noticed that there was more colour in my face", he recalls. "The very next day I was telling my doctor what colour his shirt was through my left
eye, which had been colour-blind for the last two-and-a-half years. My vision is progressively getting better. Every day there's
more detail I can make out.” His balance greatly improved after the treatment, and his temperature even began to regulate itself
again. "Right away the tingling in my hands was gone, and my feet felt warm - before they were always cold", he says, adding that he is now
able to sweat for the first time in over two years.
He went on to witness the similar success of his fellow patients: "One lady hadn't been able to use her hands in over seven years, but by
the time we left she was typing with both hands," he says. "Another man was in a wheelchair when we first went down, but after
the procedure he was taking steps."
You would think the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada would be thrilled with these discoveries, and at the very least encourage more testing
in our own country. But just like all other alternative medicines, the government and the medical establishments continue to turn a blind
eye. The Canadian Medical Association and the Association of Ontario Neurologists both maintain that patients should wait until more research has
been done on the procedure before seeking liberation treatment.
Recently, Multiple Sclerosis patients held rallies across Canada, calling on Ottawa to make liberation therapy available in Canada.
Some members of parliament joined in the support. Let’s hope enough voices are heard so that treatments such as this can be made more readily available
here at home.