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Multiple Sclerosis: Coping with Complications

There’s no miracle cure for multiple sclerosis. But there are ways to reduce its negative impact. What better source than a physician who battled MS as a patient for 24 years?

Unlike the “cure for MS” books published for decades (none yet deemed valid by the scientific community), this one aims to help patients deal with the reality of chronic complications of MS, sharing new strategies. Why “new” ones? Older strategies didn’t work so well. For example, using long-recommended conventional, medical wisdom, MS patients still got more urinary tract infections.

Dr. Barry Farr tells how he avoided urinary tract infection for 20 years despite being high risk. When conventional approaches didn’t relieve severe rib fracture pain, he tried something different. The pain disappeared. After 3 aspiration pneumonias during 7 months, he made a change and had none over 7 years. Being new, such strategies won’t be found in other books for MS patients.

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