Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Interview with Dr. Norman Kachuck Part II "Why Isn't There a Cure for MS?"

Again many thanks to Seth Saint Vincent, Cinematographer and Director of Photography for donating his time to video this for Team Multiple Sclerosis Revolution.

Also many many thanks to Dr. Norman J. Kachuck M.D., Neurologist and Top Researcher of Multiple Sclerosis.

Check this video out "Why Isn't There a Cure for MS?"

Your comments are greatly appreciated!!!!

Until then..........
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Team Multiple Sclerosis Revolution


  1. I heard that MS can be cured. Isn't it true? Can you ask doctor How to test for MS on behalf of me! If you can it will a great honor.

  2. Multiple sclerosis is a condition which affects the brain and spinal cord, marked by weakness, numbness, and loss of muscle coordination resulting in a wide range of potential symptoms, including problems with vision, speech etc. Emergency therapy and multiple sclerosis treatment need to take.