Medicine: MS & Spirochete
Monday, Jun. 24, 1957
Multiple sclerosis victims (about 250,000 in the U.S.) were anxiously wondering about a possible clue to their mysterious disease, which is marked by near-total loss of muscle control. (It happens when the myelin sheath, a fatty insulation around nerve pathways, degenerates for unknown reasons, thus short-circuiting nerve signals.) Philadelphia Bacteriologist Rose Ichelson, 59, reported success in cultivating an obscure microbe, Spirochaeta myelophthora, which she has found in the spinal fluid of MS victims. Inference: multiple sclerosis is caused by the spirochete, and early attack on it should lead to cure or alleviation.
Trouble is that nothing conclusive connects the germ with the disease. (A dozen better-understood diseases have been attributed to microbes that were later proved not guilty.) If MS is laid to infection, it becomes almost impossible to explain why it so rarely attacks both husband and wife, or both of identical twins. Said the National Multiple Sclerosis Society guardedly: now that Bacteriologist Ichelson has published her long-awaited method for cultivating the spirochetes, other scientists can check whether they are really found only in MS victims. If so, an effective treatment might still be years away.
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It’s a shame that we don’t learn about the organsims that could be causing the destruction of the myelin sheath instead we focus on the symptoms themselves. I am sure their are other organisms that could cause simular myelin damage to the nervous system such as Herpes Virus 6. I am upset that we never hear about them being the possible culprits in the disease process.
Alot more case studies on a spirochetal presence…
From 1911 to 1957 there was a number of scientist who found spirochetes in MS.
1911 Buzzard Spirochetes in MS. Lancet 1913 Bullock MS Agent in Rabbits. Lancet 1917 Steiner Spirochetes The Cause of MS. Med Kiln 1918 Simmering Spirochetes in MS by Darkfield Micro 1918 Steiner G. Guinea Pig Inoculation with MS infectious agent from Human 1919 Steiner MS Agent Inoculation into Monkeys 1921 Gye F. MS Agent In Rabbits Brain 14:213 1922 Kaberlah MS Agent In Rabbits. Deutch Med Works 1922 Sicard MS Spirochetes in Animal Model. Rev Neurol 1922 Stepanopoulo Spirochetes in the CSF of MS Patients 1923 Schlossman MS Agent in Animal Model. Rev Neuro 1924 Blacklock MS Agent in Animals. Journal of Path and Bac 1927 Wilson The Rat as A Carrier of MS. British Med Journal 1927 Steiner G Understanding the Pathogenesis of MS 1928 Steiner Spirochetes in the Human Brain of MS Patients 1933 Simons Spirochetes in the CSF of MS Patients 1939 Hassin Spirochete-like formations in MS 1948 Adams Spirochetes within the Ventricle Fluid of Monkeys Inoculated from Human MS 1952 Steiner Acute Plaques in MS and The Pathogenic Role of Spirochetes as the Etiological Factor. Journal of Neuropathology Exp Med 11: No 4:343 1954 Steiner Morphology of Spirochaeta Myelophthora (Myelin Loving). MS Journal of Neuropathology and Exp Neurol 11:4 343 1954 1957 Ichelson R. Cultivation of Spirochetes from Spinal Fluids of MS Cases with Negative Controls. Procl. Soc. Exp. Biol Med 70:411
Solution- Take a lyme or herpes virus test (realize the longer you have the disease the harder it is to find in a bloodtest). Don’t fall for the whole your body is attacking it’s own immune system bit. Study stealth pathogens and their roles in neurological diseases.