New Year - New Life

Submitted by hdwhit on Wed, 2018-01-03 19:39

I completed the Wheldon Protocol for MS several years ago. 

Since then, my follow-up MRIs have all been "remarkably stable".  I don't hide the fact I did the Wheldon Protocol without medical supervision from my doctors - in fact I shave the documents and the MRIs under their noses any time they will let me.  Still, only my primary care doctor (who is an O.D., not an M.D.) is willing to believe the treatment had any effect on the disease. 

That's too bad for the other patients who could be helped by it, but great news for me.

I've decided to retire at the end of March 2018.  Shortly after that, I will be moving to a region of the country were internet service, if available at all, is spotty, so I may drop off this board entirely.  If that happens, I continue to urge people with MS to read my blod, learn from my experiences, follow the Wheldon Protocol to the letter and, hopefully, get the same benefits I did.

Nobody deserves it more than you, but - oh, we will miss your wit and humor!  Congratulations!

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

I still have a print here to spend you:  the stormy ask that Cunard thought would frighten people on board,  so email or PM me your address quickly and then enjoy your new life!!.........Sarah 

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

I am new at this, but I already tried the shots, and Stem cell transplant also. If you say this works too, I will be doing it pretty soon. I just need to confirm it with someone that it works ( ed ), for people with MS.

Let me know if you see my notes.

God Bless.

Nejad

This is very new information to me, and I want to read more about it.