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Elaine DeLack

Elaine DeLack

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I am a registered nurse and I have multiple sclerosis. I began researching MS in 1993 and from that research I developed and patented the treatment called Prokarin. I have remained symptom free for the 12 years that I have been using Prokarin. In 1998 I founded the research company, EDMS LLC, and after completing a double-blind placebo controlled study on Prokarin, it became available to the public. Today more than 1,200 doctors have prescribed Prokarin to their MS patients. Prokarin is 180 degrees in the opposite direction of the current thinking of what causes MS. Because of this, it has been a struggle bringing Prokarin into mainstream medicine as a treatment option. I have written a book describing the obstacles I have encountered. My book is titled, "They Said It Didn't Make 'Cents'--MS the Prokarin Story. Please visit my website at www.edmsllc.com to learn more.

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Is health the motive behind our healthcare industry? This episode, Elaine DeLack, RN will explore this question. Be prepared to be shocked and disgusted.

This segment's feature guest will be SammyJo, an MS sufferer who has undergone the stent placement for chronic cerebral spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI). Join us to hear first hand about the testing, procedure, and recovery... more

Elaine DeLack, RN will discuss the similarities of multiple sclerosis, depression, bipolar, and autism and how it is the deficiency of MAO-A that is the etiology of these similarities.

HOst Elaine DeLack, RN will discuss chronic cerebral spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) and what may be causing the narrowing of the jugular veins in MS.

Elaine DeLack, RN will be speaking about a new homeopathic treatment that has been shown to normalize the EEGs and reduce the core symptoms in autistic children. Elaine will also be talking about how the use of epidurals during... more

In this segment, Elaine DeLack, RN will share her story of how she has done her research which has resulted in the development of treatments for MS, depression, and autism. This has all been accomplished through the guidance of her God... more

Elaine DeLack, RN will talk about the trend in medicine is to create targets to treat and how this has affected the poor outcomes of the MS drugs. Learn how lesions and exacerbations are just terms for so-called targets to treat and have no... more

So you have been given the diagnosis of MS and everyone seems to be concerned with the lesions as seen on an MRI. Is the concern valid? Listen to Elaine DeLack, registered nurse and CEO of a research company, explain... more

You have been diagnosed with MS and now you want to know why you feel the way you do. Listen to registered nurse, Elaine DeLack who has MS herself, explain how a deficiency in histamine2 (H2) results in all of the classic MS... more

Elaine DeLack, RN each week will be discussing the typical symptoms of MS and what is happening in the body to create the symptoms and what can be done to resolve the symptoms. This week Elaine will be talking about the fatigue that is... more

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