Multiple Sclerosis Sufferer Treated With Bee Stings

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Bee Stings Helped Me Live!

A multiple sclerosis sufferer has treated her debilitating condition with a course of 1,500 bee stings. Sami Chugg, 45, was diagnosed with MS in 1998 and it slowly began to attack her ability to move. The incurable disease stops the body’s nerve cells communicating and she was soon so ill she was permanently bed ridden.

Sami, a charity worker from Bristol, was plagued by numbness and she could barely walk or leave her room. But she is now back on her feet after trying a treatment called Bee Venom Therapy (BVT). The treatment involves holding a bee in a pair of tweezers and deliberately stinging an area of skin on the patient’s body.

Experts believe the venom in the sting helps ease the pain of MS symptoms and also stimulates the body to fight back…

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Experimental Treatment Reverses Multiple Sclerosis In Animals

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A new experimental treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) completely reverses the devastating autoimmune disorder in mice, and might work exactly the same way in humans, say researchers at the Jewish General Hospital Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research and McGill University in Montreal.

 

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