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    Re: for John Codie

    Posted by rebecca on 9/20/04

    On 7/09/03, johncodie wrote:
    > On 7/09/03, Sally wrote:
    >> John,
    >> I somehow wish I could meet you. Being an educated village
    > idiot, there is safety in the village, or jungle. Having
    > clearances and other information that can't be divulged
    > relevant to MCS that might not be possible at this time.
    > I do not want to convince
    >> you (or anyone else) to use cholestyramine as a treatment
    >> for whatever ails you.
    > My thoughts for help would go the Gingersnap19642002 from
    > group. She has
    > been forced by Portsmith Naval Shipyard to go on
    > disabilites. Her case is the most public and political for
    > MCS that provides one of the best test cases for Dr.
    > Shoemaker, or Dr. Huddell. It has already reached
    > congessional attention, and has been addressed by upper DOD
    > management. There is a challenge there to put patient to
    > cure, so she may return to work.
    > However, I would like you to know
    >> that I have approximately 30 lbs. of doctors' records kept
    >> in my closet to prove how awful my "disease" was. I saw
    >> just about every specialist you can name in the medical
    >> field. They all had "positive" results in one aspect or
    >> another that I was truly suffering from something that they
    >> could not explain. Unfortunately, most doctors are only
    >> knowledgable in the treatment of symptoms. This is
    >> especially true when no "disease" is catalogued to have a
    >> definition that includes every problem I used to have. So I
    >> ended up with a closet full of medications. They all were
    >> successful, to some extent, to releave symptoms I was
    >> experiencing.
    > However, Dr. Richie Shoemaker's protocol had
    >> an effect on all of the symptoms. Dr. Hudnell gave it a
    >> name.
    > Dr. Richie Shoemaker became a celeberty with his knowledge
    > and treatment of redtide, which is occuring world wide.
    > It is a fact that he did not first administer
    > cholestryrmiane. It has been on the market for many years as
    > a cholestrial reducer. I have basic knowlege of cleating
    > agents from my background. What toxins are removed by
    > cholestryrmiane is not clearly know but it is a product that
    > has been studied for many years for the benefit of diebetic
    > patients where blood sugar, and reduction of cholestial is
    > very important.
    > VCS was not originated by Dr. Shoemaker or Dr. Hudnell as it
    > has been used else where as indications if patients have
    > taking their medications; and for specifics for early
    > detection of other body and eye diseases. The claims of
    > association of toxins with cures has not been shown to be
    > contained within controlled clinical evaluations.
    > I realize how many people think them to be "quacks",
    >> or whatever. But it takes years to prove some theories. I
    >> have nothing but the utmost respect for those two.
    > The two have reach celeberty status from their persentations
    > to international peer review groups and persentations to
    > senior citizens of thier treatment protocols.
    > I would not be able to continue their fight to try showing
    >> neighsayers they are correct. I came from a very extensive
    >> scientific background. My father was a physicist with over
    >> 150 patents. My mother was a mensa. Both of them instilled
    >> in me the sense of wonder, and doubt. All I can say is, if
    >> they were alive now, they would have no doubts about Dr.
    >> Shoemaker and Dr. Hudnell's work.
    > I may be the village idot but I have the basic higher
    > education with a minor in math; organic and inorganic
    > chemistry; put 25 years in the industry to know the business
    > of salesmanship.
    > Plus, my father's
    >> favorite line about research was "it is easier to prove
    >> something is NOT true, than it is to prove something IS
    >> true".
    > This is not research, it is the salesmanship of a protocol
    > for cholestryamine using VCS that has been applied to almost
    > every ailment that current medical dictionaies have not
    > designated an appropriate diagnosis.
    > There are still a few old timers that still believe that
    > a cancer patient is realing from the side effects of
    > radiation or chemotherpy that a old fashioned Enema is a
    > cure. Point being if cholestryamine has a benefical effect
    > for most all people regardless because we are an obess
    > society; why should we not just prescribe it as we
    > with multiple vitamins. Reason Kraft is preparing for the
    > next generation "FAT" litigation.
    > Don't get me wrong, my family has been helped with menopause
    > because most doctors can't handel the changing of life, or
    > properly treat for it. The Dr. (Female) simply stated less
    > is more; but it is regimented in first exercise and good
    > health.
    >> I respectfully am closing now, Sally
    > My problem is a political is one as we have been taken to
    > cleaners, robbed and taken to the county line and
    > My message to Frank as he vaguely admitted that you two did
    > work together, was "so what". My family can't afford this
    > continuing stream of "so what" for seven years. A higher
    > authority will have to define the price of what
    > these "multitude of so whats" is going to cost them.
    > If something could be done for Gingersnap19642000's MCS;
    > there would be alot more happy people. We shared a rather
    > lonely New Years Eve on the
    > board.

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