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Sunday, December 29, 2013

Bad Press can lead to misconceptions

written By Rusty -                             December 29, 2013

As I sit surfing the internet and watching t.v. hoping for any new information on treatment or a cure for multiple sclerosis, I come across a few web sites claiming they have discovered the answers to help and reverse the horrendous effects of MS. Why has no on e else found this fountain of youth?

Here are a few of those web sites.

(All with money back guarantees Just send them your credit card number first)..
>>> No, I am NOT suggesting you contact any of these - Continue reading please<<<

Should the drug companies be worried that they are trying to muscle in on their cash flow? Are they just selling the IDEA of a possible cure.. key word being "possible".

With the FDA so opinionated on stem cell usage, its hard to believe they don't use the same rational for judgment. Why doesn't the FDA use the same logic on organ transplants.

Why don't these companies offer these programs at no charge to start with, and payment only if it works, like it reports too. What are they worried about?

Are these just fast talking wannabe rich people trying to sell some unproven elixir or process with no proven or tested results.

I have sent each of these sites the offer of myself ( an MS sufferer ) to test their solution with double the payment if their solution works for me., along with an example of success for their product. It worked well for the Subway sandwich chain and Jarrod..

Why wouldn't they do it?  

Comment please

special amendment: Stuart just read this article:    and thinks that the Newspaper did wrong in Justifying this information.

what do you think?


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