Multiple Sclerosis  Multiple Sclerosis

MS is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system in which the immune system damages nerve cells. The damage is in a protein called myelin that envelops the extensions of nerve cells and is essential for nerve cell activity.

The accepted claim in medicine today is that it is in fact a disruption in the activity of the immune system, which attacks the nervous system; I.e. autoimmune disease.

But we argue otherwise. It is unlikely that an immune system that has been healthy and well-functioning for many years, decides one day to attack the body in which it is located, for no reason.

The reason in our opinion is viruses which cannot be detected by conventional methods.


The disease usually affects people  40-20 years old, it is common  Twice as much among women compared to men for no apparent and lifelong reason.


The symptoms vary from person to person and depend mainly on the location of the damage to the nervous system and the severity of the disease,  These include, among others, circumcision and weakness in the limbs, impaired vision, double vision, urinary incontinence, tremor, impaired speech, fatigue and instability, a feeling of difficulty in deep breathing (MS Hug),  Difficulty in sexual function, difficulty concentrating, and depression.


The symptoms can come in an attack after which they are completely transient (relapsing remitting) or after which a neurological damage (Progressive) remains.  


The diagnosis is made by a neurologist with the help of MRI of the brain and spine, blood tests, lumbar puncture and other tests.

There is no conventional drug that can cure MS, however there are some drugs that can treat symptoms such as:

Steroids during an attack and medications such as Copaxone, Taysbury, Gilania, Obigio, Tacfidra, Abonex, Betapron and more.

These medications cause severe and often irreversible side effects so it is advisable to carefully consider the need for medications in each case of atherosclerosis.

In Kioroff we will by various means locate the virus that started the disease and cause your body to treat it without side effects so that you can be in a long period without symptoms.