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Monoclonal Gammopathy
Posted by: Nicholas Piti
Date: January 14, 2002 3:44 PM

I have been diagnosed with monoclonal gammoglobulinopathy whereby my immune system is eating away at the myelin sheath on my leg muscle nerves. I have been tested for diabetes, ALS, MS, lyme disease and CMT. The results for these neurological tests were all negative. I was told there is no treatment or medication for my problem and that at most my balance and gait would get worse but that it was non-fatal. The balance problem is worse and I have to be very careful walking especially on uneven ground and going up and down stairs. I frequently get sharp pangs in my feet and lower legs which I can tolerate but the balance is dangerous because I have fallen on many occasions. Do you have any patients with similar conditions that have benefitted from hydrogen peroxide therapy or any other therapy that may help me?

RE: Monoclonal Gammopathy
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: January 15, 2002 4:30 AM

I can think of no reason IV hydrogen peroxide would make any significant difference. You may want to put that question to the International Oxidative Medicine Association at (405) 634-1310.

There is a condition called Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS) in which the same lab findings are associated with a complete absence of symptoms. One wonders what the difference may be and if your illness could be converted to one of "undetermined significance." I think in your place I would go on a crusade to improve my general health and see if you might thus persuade your condition to have "undetermined significance." It may be that some form of toxicity interacts with the immunological disorder to produce symptoms. I have no studies to back this up; it is merely a hunch. If you need help discovering how to improve your general health and identify and eliminate toxic conditions, come see me.



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