Volume 2, Issue 43
October 22, 2009
How to cure an "incurable" autoimmune disease
Has your doctor said you have an autoimmune disease and there is no cure? If so, I want to share my response to a letter I recently received. I think you'll find hope for a cure when you read it.
Karl K. recently emailed me and asked: I've had 11 back and neck surgeries. I was able to work through the major headaches and back pain that caused. But about a year ago, my doctor said I had Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP). This is an acquired immune-mediated inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nervous system. I'm told it is in the MS family and that you can't cure it! It causes severe tingling, stabbing numbing pain sensations starting in my feet and working up from there. It's kind of on a two-day cycle. As the Fentanyl patches wear off, the pain gets worse. I could go on for days about the symptoms and pain. Is there any hope for relief?
Yes, Karl, there is. It's my strong opinion — developed after witnessing cures from all kinds of so-called incurable diseases — that doctors should never tell any patient, "I'm sorry, but your disease cannot be cured." A more truthful response would be, "I'm sorry, but I have no idea of how to cure your disease." In order to cure your disease, as well as any autoimmune disease, three things need to happen.
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First, you need to eliminate the cause of the disease. This takes some detective work, but it seems from your story that the cause is probably your repeated surgeries, and the damage and toxicity that accompanied them. Prolozoner treatments to the damaged and scarred areas in your back will start the healing process by unblocking the impediments to healing.
Then you need to go through a very vigorous detoxification. This includes juice fasts and bowel cleanses. These will start to remove all of the toxicity in your body that is certainly a major part of why you became ill. I would suggest a fresh vegetable juice fast, along with four coffee enemas per day for a four to six week period.
Next, you need to build your body up, strengthen it, and renew it. This means intravenous and oral nutritional therapies. It also means replacing any hormonal deficiencies that may be present. This is incredibly important. Keep in mind that autoimmune diseases almost never happen in the young. Why? Because they usually have an abundance of hormones to protect their body.
Finally, you need to rebalance your immune system. The best way to do this is to use ozone therapy. There are also some good supplements that can be helpful. But you'll have to work with an integrative physician for a personalized regimen.
Just remember this: With help from the right doctor, you can cure any autoimmune disease. However, it's not usually easy or quick. It takes a comprehensive approach and aggressive treatment. This is probably why many doctors consider these diseases to be incurable. But I have seen them all cured. Multiple sclerosis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, all of them. So don't lose hope, and find a doctor who knows about these things. I would start by looking at the doctors at www.acam.org.
Finding your Real Cures,
Frank Shallenberger, MD
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