Research Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis the current usage of medications current usage of nanotechnology the current usage of effective drugs pharmacology that utilize a slight passageway or a slight change in the demeanor of the cells involved in the demeanor of the disease a slight change in progress a slight change is in the progression of the disease a slight change in the mutation rate a slight change in the morbidity rate slight change in the effective rate it’s still light change in the infection rate overall a slight change in the genetics etcetera. In this case if one or more criteria is met, find out what is happening to support the change find out what is affecting and what is happening that is right in the way of advancing pharmacology medicine natural herbal vitamin mineral and supplemental to assist on a minute level ,later being transferred into a majority change for example stem cell integration more medicine change in genetics change in mutation rate management and leads to an overall change in health reconstruction repair and regenerative biology of the myelin sheath the neuronal elements replacement of brain matter see latest document written previously on Alzheimer’s for similar surgical procedures teleportation magnetism photonics etcetera drugs that initiate partial restructuring of the myelin sheath a synthetic sheath a inducement to self assemble self repair scaffolding precision stem cell technologies

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