Off topic, but interesting

Red

Just read this article and although it is off topic, I found it interesting, particularly the discussions about apoptosis:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18368186/site/newsweek/

Fascinating. I hope the chryogenics industry is watching this.

Michele: Wheldon CAP1st May 2006 IBS, sinusitis, alopecia, asthma, peripheral neuropathy. 26th March 2007 continuous Flagyl at 400mg with 5 day pulses at 1200mg every three weeks. Spokesperson for Ella, RRMS Cap Started 16 March 2006

Michèle (UK) GFA: Wheldon CAP 1st May 2006. Daily Doxy, Azi MWF, metro pulse.

You know what? TO me this to me is totally on topic when you look at the wider implications. It reminds us that some long held beliefs are not what we thought they were and that thinking in a different way is key to successfully doscovering what is real. Goodness, death happens when oxygen is given? Wow, how far might that little factoid take medicne? Interesting material, and how even more interesting that others are going there as well....Thanks guys! On CAP since Sept '05 for MS, RA, Asthma, sciatica. EDSS at start 5.5. Currently on: Doxy 200, Azith 3x week, Tini 2x month, all supplements. "Color out side the lines!"

On CAP since Sept '05 for MS, RA, Asthma, sciatica. EDSS at start 5.5.(early cane) Now 6 (cane full time) Originally on: Doxy 200, Azith 3x week, Tini cont. over summer '07, Revamp of protocol in Summer '08 by Stratton due to functional loss; clarithro

Norman, that is a very interesting and easily understood e-mail conversation (?) about ressucitation, but isn't it scary to think that with the proper handling not only could people be ressucitated but also all kinds of other brain damage could be prevented if this research was better accepted and better funded.   As I was thinking and Marie put so well, this is the kind of narrow mindedness that Cpn treatment is running up against all the time.

Here is a quote from Steve Harris's conversation:

One of the giants in the field of resuscitation had a daughter who died of
post resuscitation encephalopathy. He discovered the technique of
post-resuscitation cooling almost 20 years ago. But with a multi-million
dollar center in Pittsburgh attacking this problem on all fronts, he hasn't
made any more progress against the FDA than I have. And he's retiring. So
sorry.

His work is being carried on in Austria and some other places, with a mix of
government and private funding. Slowly, it will get here. In a decade, many
of these ideas will be in clinical trials (in some other country not the
US). But every paramedic should have been carrying a device for lung lavage
since 1990. The FDA is the reason they aren't.

Michele: Wheldon CAP1st May 2006 IBS, sinusitis, alopecia, asthma, peripheral neuropathy. 26th March 2007 continuous Flagyl at 400mg with 5 day pulses at 1200mg every three weeks. Spokesperson for Ella, RRMS Cap Started 16 March 2006

Michèle (UK) GFA: Wheldon CAP 1st May 2006. Daily Doxy, Azi MWF, metro pulse.

Red

Glad to see others found this interesting too.     Thanks also Norman for the links.   Looks great.   I'll have to give it a good read.

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The articles I linked to are from a Usenet conversation, or rather several such conversations. And yes, it was because I had listened to such conversations that I did not wait for conventional medicine to let me down, when I had my one MS-style attack of numbness, but instead went out right away to look for a better approach.