Multiple Sclerosis and the Liberation Treatment

According to a recent report in our local paper on August 20, 2010, Premier Darrell Dexter said the Province of Nova Scotia (Canada) would welcome the chance to participate in testing an angioplasty-type procedure that clears blocked veins in the neck or spinal cord.

It is based on an unproven theory that the constricted veins cause MS, a chronic disease of the nervous system that can affect vision, hearing, memory balance and mobility.

"It is very important that we display the appropriate level of caution with respect to a treatment which has not been thoroughly investigated or credited as therapy," Dexter said

"But it is one that offers hope to many people who suffer from MS and we owe it to them if there is an avenue for us to investigate a potential treatment."

Proponents of the so-called liberation treatment, pioneered by Italian surgeon Paolo Zamboni, believe the syndrome leads to iron buildup on the brain, causing the condition. The more widely accepted theory is that MS occurs when a person's immune system goes awry and attacks the nervous system.

Mankind has tried to develop a cure for every imaginable disease but the efforts have been all in vain, as a result of the unbelief of the nations (page 34 of the book 'A World Deceived').

There is only one treatment that is able to liberate mankind from all of its diseases and that is through the Baptism of Repentance (Mark 1:4). It is the only hope for a certain cure and the good news is that there is no cost associated with it – it is absolutely free. All it takes is a personal commitment and a little faith (Matthew 17:20; Luke 8:48). For a better understanding what it means to repent and how to overcome diseases such as MS, we invite you to read the articles Repent and Will There be a Cure for Cancer and Aids? listed on this website.

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