Multiple Sclerosis Immunosuppressive Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that is not fully understood. is proud to join forces with other passionate people motivated to educate and support the MS community. In this video I briefly describe the FDA approved immunosuppressive medications.


The National MS society believes it is important to get on a Pharmaceutical Therapy as soon as possible. This is information to stimulate a discussion with your health care professional. These immunosuppressive drugs are widely used by people with MS.
I believe it is important to take charge of your health. Knowledge is the beginning.

Multiple Sclerosis-Relief on Facebook is an MS community created to support those with MS and others. Our purpose is to teach people about Multiple Sclerosis and help those with MS find joy.

Look forward to more information about alternative treatments for MS.
What are your experiences treating MS? I’d love to hear from you.


About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 53 years old, happily married with eight children and 17 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.


  1. Yes there is a cure for MS but because it is an inexpensive cure the pharmaceutical companies do not want us to know about it. It is with the use of food grade hydrogen peroxide and because it is a natural substance no one can have a patent on it. The book The One Minute Cure gives the dosage instructions. I have been using it for 19 days now and already my varicose veins on one leg are almost gone and on the other leg they have gotten lighter. I have not been stumbling and my balance is getting better.

    • All right! You go Dawn! I am right there with you! The medication industry is a business here in the US and pharmaceutical companies are making bank! I am very excited that the food grade hydrogen peroxide is working for you!!! Will you please write an update post for my blog around the March 1st so everyone can read about the success? That is my next post: alternative treatment options. Food grade Hydrogen Peroxide will be at the top of the list!!!

  2. Very good explanation of the Drug explanations.

  3. There needs to be a law outlawing drug pushing like this on the Internet. You are disgusting!

    • Karen,
      I would love for you to be a guest author for MSrelief!!! I used to be just like you! I think the medical system is one of the broken systems in our country! The unfortunate thing is that if it weren’t for this incredibly corrupt (and money-driven) system, I wouldn’t be walking! I realize that I am using a walker, but it’s still walking!! I would love to hear what you think should be done for those of us with MS! Please contact me in the ‘contact’ tap up on top and tell me you’ll write an article for!

    • Who is disgusting Karen? We are not pushing any drugs here because the food grade H2O2 is not a drug. It was used by physicians many years ago before the drug companies started pushing the doctors into using their drugs. They are the ones who are disgusting. If I misunderstood who your comment was directed to I’m sorry for the misunderstanding.

  4. Has anyone had any success with h202 for MS

    • Carole,
      There is a testimonial behind every natural remedy. H202 is no different. Personally I didn’t have any benefits. It makes complete sense to why it should work! If you haven’t read the book, you can get it right here: I’ll check in with Dawn and she how she’s doing.

    • Hello Carole,
      I did see a difference in the look of my varicose veins and my balance had improved. However, I was unable to keep up the therapy after a whole month of doses because of the taste. When I got up around 12 drop dosages the taste became difficult to swallow. I will return to it after the first of the year because I did see an improvement in my varicose veins and balance. It will be worth it so I will go back to it or I will try what Mike D suggested. It is another oxygen therapy and he said the taste would not be strong like the food grade H2O2 therapy was. I will let everyone know how it goes either way.

  5. Most often multiple sclerosis develops in Caucasians living in the moderate climate.

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