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Can Multiple sclerosis be sth like "sarcoidosis of the brain" ?
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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2005 12:28

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Can Multiple sclerosis be sth like "sarcoidosis of the brain" ?

For example when patients have neuroboreliosis with genetically predisposition to form granulomas?



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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2005 14:07

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At this MS center, they recently did a study and concluded that "the association between inflammatory dysimmune diseases of the CNS.. might suggest a pathogenic relationship." http://tinyurl.com/3m4cu

MS is considered an "autoimmune disease," but the diagnosis is difficult because the symptoms of MS are not specific to MS, since they are consistent with other diseases as well. This article says, "no clinical and paraclinical investigation can distinguish with certainty MS from other conditions such as autoimmune or inflammatory diseases predominantly affecting the central nervous system. These other disorders include systemic lupus erythematosus, antiphospholipid syndrome, Behcet disease, Sjogren syndrome, sarcoidosis and vasculitides." http://tinyurl.com/4npqp

Reports such as this one indicate the symptoms of MS and Sarcoidosis can be identical. http://tinyurl.com/48999 "Five cases of biopsy- or Kveim test-proved sarcoidosis with Magnetic Resonance findings consistent with MS are reported. Each of these patients, diagnosed as having sarcoidosis, had symptoms identical to those seen in MS."

I know there are patients who've been diagnosed with both MS and Sarcoidosis. Perhaps we will hear from some of them.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2005 17:49

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Dr. Lida Mattman stated, in her presentation at our ARF conference, that Multiple Sclerosis is caused by spirochetes, and she noted a number of countries where this link has been confirmed. She covered this topic in her book, "Cell Wall Deficient Forms - Stealth Pathogens".
http://tinyurl.com/6lzn3

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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2005 18:00

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Very interesting , if Protocol will help in so many diseases ,this Th1 diseases , this will be incredible. The cure for most of uknown etiology disease would be such big discovery that i cant even imagine. 



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