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(Crain's Detroit)   ALS patient is living his second miracle, thanks to stem cell operation: "We've got to turn Lou Gehrig's disease into Lou Gehrig's chronic illness"   (crainsdetroit.com) divider line 54
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2012-12-01 07:51:50 PM  
That's great news. I work with a guy who has this, and about a year ago he finally had to start WFH full time because he was just getting weaker and weaker. I don't think he's going to last much longer. Even if something gives him another six months, I'm sure he'd take it.
 
2012-12-01 08:47:08 PM  
That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.
 
2012-12-01 08:49:11 PM  
Now only if we can make Jason Becker healthy again.
 
2012-12-01 08:51:31 PM  
But, but, Jesus?
 
2012-12-01 08:53:30 PM  
To wish
 
2012-12-01 08:53:45 PM  

Revek: That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.



None. RTFA:

"On March 9, 2011, he got an injection of 500,000 stem cells - the cells were derived by Rockville, Md.-based Neuralstem Inc. after a patient donated spinal-cord tissue in 2002 - as part of an 18-operation, 15-patient trial that last 2½ years."

Since no babies were harmed in the making of this film, I can't think of a single Republican that opposes this.
 
2012-12-01 08:56:08 PM  
i.telegraph.co.uk

Not Impressed with 3 years of ALS
 
2012-12-01 09:00:16 PM  

buzzcut73: [i.telegraph.co.uk image 460x288]

Not Impressed with 3 years of ALS


He's got some kind of mutant stem cells of his own.
 
2012-12-01 09:02:11 PM  
I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.
 
2012-12-01 09:03:56 PM  

jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.

To mind

 
2012-12-01 09:05:16 PM  
There must be a report out there that goes into detail about this, maybe one that can go two sentences without mentioning "miracles" or "blessed".

GilRuiz1:
Since no babies were harmed in the making of this film, I can't think of a single Republican that opposes this.


If a remarkably high number of people object to blood transfusions or transplants, why would they be okay with this? Then there's the whole "playing god" angle.
Never overestimate people.
 
2012-12-01 09:08:01 PM  

jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.


You know, normally I'm not one for religion or spirituality, and I'm not much for "alternative medicine", healing crystals, or the power of positive thinking either.

But when it comes to shiat like this, if you've found a way to kick ALS in the nuts for more than a decade, all I can say is that whatever you're doing is awesome, congratulations, and here's to many more for you and yours.
 
2012-12-01 09:09:43 PM  
Apparently learning about reality through investigation and then applying what we know == miracle
 
2012-12-01 09:10:42 PM  
Too late for Farker Sunburn and my dad, but any hope for sufferers of this horrible disease is progress.
 
2012-12-01 09:15:58 PM  
One less biological thing to worry about. Meanwhile, the 3D printing jizznuts get excited over decades old junk and trinkets. What a world.
 
2012-12-01 09:19:08 PM  
It's like a long running Elephants turd.
 
2012-12-01 09:27:30 PM  

buzzcut73: [i.telegraph.co.uk image 460x288]

Not Impressed with 3 years of ALS


Here's why:

i172.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-01 09:53:15 PM  

Drasancas: Apparently learning about reality through investigation and then applying what we know == miracle


I think it's more the fact that it has never happened with anyone else, including the other people who had the same treatment.

CigaretteSmokingMan: Here's why:

[i172.photobucket.com image 399x315]


That's like watching porn without having any arms.
 
2012-12-01 09:59:29 PM  
If I dare invoke the term, ironically, Lou Gehrig may not have had ALS, the current thinking goes, but a similar genetic-based syndrome.
 
2012-12-01 10:08:04 PM  
To degrade
 
2012-12-01 10:26:15 PM  

jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.


CIGARETTES CURE ALS!
 
2012-12-01 10:35:47 PM  

signaljammer: If I dare invoke the term, ironically, Lou Gehrig may not have had ALS, the current thinking goes, but a similar genetic-based syndrome.


Some diseases have very similar symptoms and diagnosis as others. Some diseases also end up being entirely re-defined as research and studies continue. For example AIDS used to be known as GRID (Gay-Related Immunity Disorder).

And it's still an issue today. The human-onset of Mad Cow Disease (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) has an extremely long incubation period at times. To the point where symptoms may not exist for 50 or 60 years. To normal people, they may be experiencing the symptoms near the end of their life expectancy. It consists of symptoms and conditions similar to dementia, as well as other neurological diseases common in old age.

The problem is we don't always know who has dementia and who has an extremely rare disease similar to dementia (for example). Noone in their right mind is going to start an initiative of doing a biopsy on all dementia patient cadavers and bring the brain tissue samples under a rigorous laboratory process. There are just too many geriatric patients with dementia. But chances are there is and have been quite a few dementia patients who in actuality had Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and didn't know it. And we had no reason to suspect it since the symptoms are so similar to other common diseases.

Did Lou Gehrig have ALS? Or a genetic-based syndrome? Do we owe it to science to get to the bottom of what one single person may or may not have if it isn't a danger to other people for the sake of peace-of-mind and discovery? Or do we acknowledge the common acceptance that Lou Gehrig had ALS for the sake of empathy and understanding of the disease based solely on symptoms? It could be a case of intellectual dishonesty, sure. But for all the ALS patients and their families, identifying with Lou Gehrig might be a source of understanding and empathy. In the end, it might just be comfortable to say that Lou Gehrig having ALS is commonly accepted as fact, but in truth it is extremely ambiguous.

And most importantly, it doesn't demean or take away anything Lou Gehrig had or didn't have. And it doesn't demean or take away anything current ALS patients have.
 
2012-12-01 10:44:56 PM  

fang06554: Drasancas: Apparently learning about reality through investigation and then applying what we know == miracle

I think it's more the fact that it has never happened with anyone else, including the other people who had the same treatment.

CigaretteSmokingMan: Here's why:

[i172.photobucket.com image 399x315]

That's like watching porn without having any arms.


Hm, I must be tired. I read that as "without having MANY arms," and I was thinking How would that even work?"

Off for some coffee...
 
2012-12-01 11:09:05 PM  

Jubeebee: jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.

You know, normally I'm not one for religion or spirituality, and I'm not much for "alternative medicine", healing crystals, or the power of positive thinking either.

But when it comes to shiat like this, if you've found a way to kick ALS in the nuts for more than a decade, all I can say is that whatever you're doing is awesome, congratulations, and here's to many more for you and yours.


Thanks.
 
2012-12-01 11:10:31 PM  

LoneWolf343: jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.

CIGARETTES CURE ALS!


I wish. However, ironically enough, they help my breathing immensely, as well as help with my adhd/anxiety/schiz complex.
 
2012-12-01 11:11:30 PM  
Jaedreth:
God bless you! You are one of the lucky ones. I used to run an ALS chapter and we had a few pALS that went past ten years and some that didn't make it 18 months from first diagnosis.
Whatever you're doing, keep doing it!
 
2012-12-01 11:26:40 PM  

Revek: That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.


None.

This is the type of stem cell treatments Republicans have advocated over embryonic stem cells.
 
2012-12-01 11:59:34 PM  

Mrbogey: Revek: That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.

None.

This is the type of stem cell treatments Republicans have advocated over embryonic stem cells.


I figured as much but if they had of had their way stem cell research would have been banned.
 
2012-12-02 12:01:30 AM  

GilRuiz1: Revek: That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.


None. RTFA:

"On March 9, 2011, he got an injection of 500,000 stem cells - the cells were derived by Rockville, Md.-based Neuralstem Inc. after a patient donated spinal-cord tissue in 2002 - as part of an 18-operation, 15-patient trial that last 2½ years."

Since no babies were harmed in the making of this film, I can't think of a single Republican that opposes this.


If any Democrats are for this, they will be against it.
 
2012-12-02 01:03:54 AM  
Decades of hype about stem cells. Really? Why aren't we using bud cells? They are way more potent.
 
2012-12-02 01:43:53 AM  

Weatherkiss: signaljammer: If I dare invoke the term, ironically, Lou Gehrig may not have had ALS, the current thinking goes, but a similar genetic-based syndrome.

Some diseases have very similar symptoms and diagnosis as others. Some diseases also end up being entirely re-defined as research and studies continue. For example AIDS used to be known as GRID (Gay-Related Immunity Disorder).

And it's still an issue today. The human-onset of Mad Cow Disease (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) has an extremely long incubation period at times. To the point where symptoms may not exist for 50 or 60 years. To normal people, they may be experiencing the symptoms near the end of their life expectancy. It consists of symptoms and conditions similar to dementia, as well as other neurological diseases common in old age.

The problem is we don't always know who has dementia and who has an extremely rare disease similar to dementia (for example). Noone in their right mind is going to start an initiative of doing a biopsy on all dementia patient cadavers and bring the brain tissue samples under a rigorous laboratory process. There are just too many geriatric patients with dementia. But chances are there is and have been quite a few dementia patients who in actuality had Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and didn't know it. And we had no reason to suspect it since the symptoms are so similar to other common diseases.

Did Lou Gehrig have ALS? Or a genetic-based syndrome? Do we owe it to science to get to the bottom of what one single person may or may not have if it isn't a danger to other people for the sake of peace-of-mind and discovery? Or do we acknowledge the common acceptance that Lou Gehrig had ALS for the sake of empathy and understanding of the disease based solely on symptoms? It could be a case of intellectual dishonesty, sure. But for all the ALS patients and their families, identifying with Lou Gehrig might be a source of understanding and empathy. In the end, it might just be comfortable to say ...


I think you need to look at the diseases more closely. You really can't compare senile dementia, ALS and vCJD. There are over 50 "types" of dementia, which isn't a true disease but a group of symptoms that indicate injury to the brain that causes a cognitive decline. ALS is not associated with cognitive decline. vCJD does cause dementia but it is associated with a younger age group than senile dementia(which you seem to be describing above) and has a much more rapid progression. The exact incubation period for vCJD is unknown but it is usually closer to 8-10 years, not 50. I'm not disagreeing that Lou Gehrig might have had something else but your conclusion isn't really sound based on the facts you presented.
 
2012-12-02 01:59:02 AM  

Revek: I figured as much but if they had of had their way stem cell research would have been banned.


And you're wrong. But that should make you question your own position, if you read the article.

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/human_nature/2012/1 0/ shinya_yamanaka_s_nobel_prize_he_saved_embryos_not_just_stem_cell_rese arch_.html

William Saletan is a liberal, but even he acknowledged that liberals played down the ethical benefit of non-fetal stem cells. Because if you can get the same thing somewhere else, you have to be a pretty big asshole to use aborted fetuses for the the same thing.
 
2012-12-02 02:34:22 AM  

jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.


Good work.

My husband has ALS and he's nearing 6 years and still walking...a bit. He smokes too...maybe it is the cigarettes. ;). His Neurologist frowned upon the smoking, of course, but its not like he's going to die of cancer.
 
2012-12-02 02:47:03 AM  

callthekiteman: jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.

Good work.

My husband has ALS and he's nearing 6 years and still walking...a bit. He smokes too...maybe it is the cigarettes. ;). His Neurologist frowned upon the smoking, of course, but its not like he's going to die of cancer.


Keep up the fight!
 
2012-12-02 03:26:16 AM  

Lsherm: Revek: I figured as much but if they had of had their way stem cell research would have been banned.

And you're wrong. But that should make you question your own position, if you read the article.

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/human_nature/2012/1 0/ shinya_yamanaka_s_nobel_prize_he_saved_embryos_not_just_stem_cell_rese arch_.html

William Saletan is a liberal, but even he acknowledged that liberals played down the ethical benefit of non-fetal stem cells. Because if you can get the same thing somewhere else, you have to be a pretty big asshole to use aborted fetuses for the the same thing.


I didn't read the article because I didn't need to. I know that they no longer require a fetus to make stem cells. I know they are starting to make it work up to expectations. I did not suggest that liberals would prefer stem cells come exclusively from a fetus. I only make reference to some extremests take on a promising method of medical science. I also know that some thumpers are against it regardless of where they come from now only because they know where it all started. They will change their tune as soon as it saves them or one of their loved ones. Liked they did with nearly every medical improvement that involved using something from another living being.
 
2012-12-02 03:33:06 AM  

Revek: I didn't read the article because I didn't need to.


I think you should, just to say you did,.
 
2012-12-02 03:44:44 AM  

signaljammer: If I dare invoke the term, ironically, Lou Gehrig may not have had ALS, the current thinking goes, but a similar genetic-based syndrome.


He had CET. Dude was knocked out 6-8 times on the field. That's just what's documented. He played through his concussions, which is the worst thing you can do.
 
2012-12-02 04:44:47 AM  

Lsherm: Revek: I didn't read the article because I didn't need to.

I think you should, just to say you did,.


No not really until it grows me a new heart Its just shiat for other people.
 
2012-12-02 05:00:32 AM  
My good friend was diagnosed six months ago... he is 60 and could work a 10 hour day, he put me to shame in carpentry and Im 30. He dropped sixty pounds, lost all his color, and now can barely walk or breath. For this man ALS is worse than death. You keep your brain but are trapped in your body, you cant talk, and you need people to wipe your ass. Clark "the midnight rambler" will have none of that! Before you rage, I understand that ALS progresses differently for every person out there. Unfortunately, his seems very severe and already advanced. On his third diagnosis and fifth different therapy.

We talked about how he wants to go... He wants to hike (probably more like carried at this point) up mt Shasta, take ten hits of liquid acid, and let nature have its way. Think that is harsh? I talked him out of a shotgun.

Oh and CA has end of life options. Basically the hospital puts you in a coma, pulls the iv, and lets you starve to death.

/life is a biatch
// hopefully science can tame her
 
GBB
2012-12-02 06:25:29 AM  
The Drs. warned him of the placebo effect. "Sir, if you gave me a placebo and this was the result, you need to patent that placebo."
 
2012-12-02 07:14:49 AM  

Indubitably: To degrade


How about, "to annoy?"
 
2012-12-02 08:21:46 AM  

Drasancas: Apparently learning about reality through investigation and then applying what we know == miracle


This.

Yes, I have heard the phrase "miracle of modern science," and I don't like it - not one bit! Nor do I approve of Miracle Whiptmor the Twins' minor league team, the Fort Myers Miracle, for that matter. Using words like this casually only encourages God-crazies to believe that scienticians were put here on earth to act out the will of the Lord, instead of praising the hard working people who collaborated to make this happen. What kind of weirdo God would make diseases and then make people cure them? That seems like a bit of divine mastrubation. I am psyched for this guy, and others who may get their lives back, and for the future, if stem-cell research continues apace.
 
2012-12-02 08:42:28 AM  

Revek

That is terrible! How many republican fetuses had to be used to let this one sinner live.
>> Illiterate / democrat* typing detected
*redundant

FTA :
blockquote>the cells were derived by Rockville, Md.-based Neuralstem Inc. after a patient donated spinal-cord tissue in 2002


It must be easy to be a liberal. Just get dropped on your head or shaken very hard by your parents as a child.
 
2012-12-02 08:44:21 AM  
God-is-a-Taco

>>> GilRuiz1:
>>> Since no babies were harmed in the making of this film, I can't think of a single Republican that opposes this.

If a remarkably high number of people object to blood transfusions or transplants, why would they be okay with this? Then there's the whole "playing god" angle.
Never overestimate people.
Well then it should be easy for you to find those groups protesting this. Until then as usual, all you have is your bigoted derp.
 
2012-12-02 08:46:13 AM  

Revek: I figured as much but if they had of had their way stem cell research would have been banned.


Nope, incorrect.

The talking point of Republicans opposing stem cells is sorta like believing that Joe Biden goes to college keggers on Friday night and hits on all the coeds. It's a joke that certain democrats made and it got repeated to the point where it was no longer a joke but accepted fact. Except in this case the joke was a really bad one over a serious issue.

Republicans never opposed stem cell research nor did they try and get it banned (nor did they want to). Republicans opposed the federal funding of NEW EMBRYONIC stem cell lines. They didn't try to ban embryonic stem cell research. The didn't try to ban stem cell research. Just one particular avenue of stem cell research.

It's like Bush with Africa. The guy sent more taxpayer money over there than anyone else in AIDS research and yet the joke goes he hates dark people.
 
2012-12-02 08:55:52 AM  

Ivan_and_Norma_Sweeney: How about, "to annoy?"


I prefer "to ignore".
 
2012-12-02 05:29:19 PM  
The US block on stem cell research has let the rest of the world completely lap us in the realm of medical science. It's about time we got off our holy books and tried to catch up with the rest of the 21st century.
 
2012-12-02 06:06:47 PM  

jaedreth: LoneWolf343: jaedreth: I have hereditary ALS, and the form I have kills in 3-5 years. I've had it for 11 years. So I've already been doing it, and without any medical help. Yes, my muscular strength is very low, and sometimes a cig is heavy. However, I pay attention to what my body wants, and I don't do any work I'm not up to doing. Exercise is essentially suicide for someone with ALS. So I take it as easy as possible. However, my will to live is extraordinary. I don't expect other people with terminal illnesses to be able to do what I've done. Get treatment. If they eventually come up with a cure, I'll consider it, if I haven't found a way to cure myself by then. However, the current treatment mentioned in this article doesn't provide any benefits that I haven't gained myself with extensive mental and spiritual work. I'm not going into any detail on how I did it, because I'd have to go into how I see Reality to do that, and I'd have to contradict almost every religion on the planet (excepting Shintoism), as well as contradict most known science as well (excepting Quantum Physics). So I won't.

CIGARETTES CURE ALS!

I wish. However, ironically enough, they help my breathing immensely, as well as help with my adhd/anxiety/schiz complex.


Well, Nicotine is a stimulant, so that may be why.
 
2012-12-02 08:37:24 PM  
If God had wanted those with disease to get better, he'd have given them the cure himself. The Lord should not have his work interfered with by 'Science' and 'Medicine' - especially those ungodly treatments which involve other peoples blood and cells.
 
2012-12-03 12:17:34 PM  

sminkypinky: If God had wanted those with disease to get better, he'd have given them the cure himself. The Lord should not have his work interfered with by 'Science' and 'Medicine' - especially those ungodly treatments which involve other peoples blood and cells.


i172.photobucket.com
 
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