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  • Conventional medicine regards drugs as the primary option for treating multiple sclerosis (MS), but the drugs are among the most toxic used in medicine
  • A 59-year-old multiple sclerosis patient died just one day after taking his first dose of the drug Gilenya, which is the first oral MS drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Another MS drug, Tysabri, can cause progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML), a rare brain infection that results in death or severe disablement
  • Dietary changes can be extremely effective in treating multiple sclerosis; Dr. Terry Wahls reversed her multiple sclerosis in a matter of months by switching to a Paleo-style diet focused on fresh raw foods, high in specific nutrients needed for proper function of both myelin and mitochondria

By Dr. Mercola

Multiple sclerosis (MS) drugs are some of the most toxic drugs used in the field of medicine, and while it is my strong recommendation not to use them, conventional physicians often offer them as a first-line treatment.

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