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ALS - Julie -
My 53 year old brother-in-law has the most rapidly progressing case of ALS his doctors at the U of MN ALS Center have ever seen. Can you recommend any dietary or nutritional supplements to try to slow the progression of this disease? Re:ALS - Timothy Long - [timothylong@longnaturalhealth.com]
Learning and following good dietary advice can help anyone's health problem. So I am sure there is a lot you can do. I would not rest with what the first doctors tell you. Search the internet. There is always good help out there. As with any disease, raising the nutrition and energy of the body will help. Oral Chelation can help too. You may contact me directly if you like.

Re:ALS - julie - ohio
I had never heard of ALS, until the television coverage shown last night. The Jennifer Estes story was very educational and I would think that awareness of this disease increased last night. From the show, www.projectals.com might be useful. Re:ALS - Audrey - Australia [audxmike@austarnet.com.au]
would like to know the name of Jennifer Estes book and how to obtain it? Is she still alive and being treated? saw the movie Audrey

Re:ALS - Stephen Angell - Scotland(Glasgow) [stefanioekchills@msn.com]
im 24 years old and never have i felt so much nor understood the nature of the desease(ASL)MND,until i watched the film about J.Estes.All im really saying is that watching that,has made me realise and know how lucky others in this world are that take it for granted... and that id like to make a donation as soon as im able,financialy!that will be objective,knowing that it all will count if we all come together. Thank You. Yours Hopefully For the Future. Stephen Angell.

Re:ALS - Stephen Angell - Scotland(Glasgow) [stefanioekchills@msn.com]
im 24 years old and never have i felt so much nor understood the nature of the desease(ASL)MND,until i watched the film about J.Estes.All im really saying is that watching that,has made me realise and know how lucky others in this world are that take it for granted... and that id like to make a donation as soon as im able,financialy!that will be my objective,knowing that it all will count if we all come together. Thank You. Yours Hopefully For the Future. Stephen Angell.

Re:ALS - stephen angell - [stefanioekchills@msn.com]
a friend of mine lost her mother in law to als now her husband and son have been diognosed with als, i would like to know where you saw the j. estes movie thankyou jenn

Re:ALS - stephen angell - [stefanioekchills@msn.com]
a friend of mine lost her mother in law to als now her husband and son have been diognosed with als, i would like to know where you saw the j. estes movie thankyou jenn

Re:ALS - Gina - US [gkopera@cox.net]
does anyone know someone that has healed themselves naturally of this diease?

Re:ALS - Brent Talmo - Tujunga, Calif. USA [rdnk312@yahoo.com]
My uncle has had this terrible diease for the past 10 yrs and is still able to walk. Most doctors have wrote him off. We need support and answers..Thanks, Brent

Re:ALS - Nathalie - US [housewench@yahoo.com]
The documentary about Jennifer Estes is called "Three sisters Searching For A Cure' and is currently playing on HBO (May 2004) There was a postscript at the end of the show that she passed away last December.

Re:ALS - mai - israel [maioosh_128@walla.co.il]
hi! i come from israel' i saw a movie about j.e about a tear ago and then again a few weeks ago' i have been searching for the time to search the net for some information about her. the last time i saw the movie: "jennifer" it said that she was still alive and waiting for her shot, so it came as a shock to me to hear that she died. are u sure? please send me all the imformation u guys know to my email! im 12 btw. thanks ! bye bye!

Re:ALS - Genie Castro - California [genie@sonic.net]
I am trying to find the Project ALS webpage. do you know if there is one and if so how can I contact it. Thanks. and have been unable to

Re:ALS - Marie - South Yorkshire, England, UK [mawishe@hotmail.com]
I watched the film "Jenifer" last night and it brought it home to me the sheer strength, determination and love there is in some families - it is to be commended. I don't know anyone that suffers from ALS but am thankful for the education the film brought to me. Genie Castro, California - the web page is projectals.org. Nathalie, US and Mai, Israel - sadly Jenifer did die last year, on the 16th December. The correct spelling of her name - Jenifer Estess may be helpful for any subsequent searches you may wish to make. Take care.

Re:ALS - chuck - chicago ill [chuckffemt2@sbcglobal.net]
Cord Blood Stem Cells.My wife had this done and it seems to be working

Re:ALS - pinky - India [rinasnehal@yahoo.com]
Hi, My father has a disease MND for last 2 years and he has undergone the stem cell treatment. Till now he is not improving. Can anybody tell that does this stem cell treatment really work? In any other way he can improve his health? At present his legs and hands are disabled. Thanks

Re:ALS - pinky - India [rinasnehal@yahoo.com]
Hi, My father has a disease MND for last 2 years and he has undergone the stem cell treatment. Till now he is not improving. Can anybody tell that does this stem cell treatment really work? In any other way he can improve his health? At present his legs and hands are disabled. Thanks

Re:ALS - Jim - Australia [didfro_66@hotmail.com]
I know is not cur for mnd but is anything I can take to slow it down. thanks.

Re:ALS - Dr. Kirti Arekar - India [deshmukh_k123@yahoo.com]
Hello, i am from india my father is suffering from als since from two years, where the stem cells is available in india, kindly let me know