Donna Blackman, from Epple Bay, has been taking part in the Kent MS Therapy Centre’s…
Some very encouraging reports of work by Dr Su Metcalf in Cambridge who could be on the verge of developing a cure for MS were published in the Cambridge News a few days ago.
“We’re not using any drugs, we’re simply switching on the body’s own systems of self-tolerance and repair. There aren’t any side effects because all we’re doing is tipping the balance. Auto-immunity happens when that balance has gone awry slightly, and we simply reset that. Once you’ve done that, it becomes self-sustaining and you don’t have to keep giving therapy, because the body has its balance back.”
Read the full article here.