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    HBOT & MS research

    does anyone know where to find info on hyperbaric O2 protocols for treating MS & related studies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoxy
    does anyone know where to find info on hyperbaric O2 protocols for treating MS & related studies?
    Not right off hand but I'll add it to my search perimetrrs. I'm trying to find out if hyperbaric O2 would help in bone deprived of oxygen. Have you asked the search engine at the site for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society?
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    Hi my name is Barry. I am new to this site and I saw read your question on HBOT and MS. Are you still looking for information? I work in this field and may have some information you would find helpful.

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    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry
    Hi my name is Barry. I am new to this site and I saw read your question on HBOT and MS. Are you still looking for information? I work in this field and may have some information you would find helpful.

    Sincerely,

    Barry
    Any info is helpful in this field! MS, SCI, TM, etc. Some of it sounds great and then find the doc is a quack or it works and insurance is an issue. I did find the bone information I needed but that was from a specialist I ran into at a seminar.

    And welcome aboard!
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