cal therapy to muscles and structures of the temporomandibular joints. There is neither a scientific basis nor acceptable medical evidence that dental occulusion therapy could favorably influence the MS disease process.
Replacement of Mercury Amalgam Fillings. Removal and replacement of all fillings made of silver and mercury amalgam. There is no evidence to suggest that this procedure is of value to MS.
Implantation of Brain Substances. Surgical implantation of pig brain in the abdominal wall. The evidence examined demonstrates that this treatment should be regarded as ineffective and dangerous.
Hysterectomy. Surgical removal of the uterus. This procedure is not recommended for MS.
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Appendix G: Treatments That Have Been Claimed to Be of Benefit in MS ."
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