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Unfortunately, many physicians don’t much for MS except give immunosuppressive drugs.  This will be unlikely to help you in the long term.  More and more research on MS has revealed the importance of chronic infections in the process, especially in atypical MS (MS-like illness that does not fulfill all the signs and symptoms of classical MS).  In these cases, chronic infections (bacteria such as C. pneumoniae, Mycoplasma species, Borrelia b., etc. and viruses such as HHV-6 and HSV) could be involved.  Treatment of the above infections have resulted in resolution of the MS-like process in most patients.  More information can be found on our website, www.immed.org under neurodegenerative diseases.  ProfGN


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