From: ferrous on
Which returns us again to the basic question. What is it about the
normal iron control process that fails in this instance? Why after the
onset of ms does iron accumulate in some tissue and not in others?

Another punch in the gut to the eating meat and its iron is the cause of
all disease idea.
From: ferrous on
Which returns us again to the basic question. What is it about the
normal iron control process that fails in this instance? Why after the
onset of ms does iron accumulate in some tissue and not in others?

Another punch in the gut to the eating meat and its iron is the cause of
all disease idea.

The response:

"IF you have some .. agenda .. speak to it .."

No agenda, but a goal. That none confuse science with your eating meat
and its iron is the cause of all disease idea.

Your childish responses likely do the job already, but just in case
anyone should wonder about the science involved.
From: Robert Miles on
"ironjustice" <teamtanner(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
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[profanity and useless repost deleted]

It seems that other types of brain damage can cause iron deposits
as well:

Iron accumulation in the basal ganglia following severe ischemic-anoxic
insults in children

http://radiology.rsna.org/content/168/1/203.abstract


Quantitative Assessment of Iron Accumulation in the Deep Gray Matter of
Multiple Sclerosis by Magnetic Field Correlation Imaging

http://www.ajnr.org/cgi/content/full/28/9/1639

Neuro-degeneration with brain iron accumulation type I (NBIA 1)

http://www.alzheimer-europe.org/Dementia/Other-forms-of-dementia/Metabolic-Diseases/Neuro-degeneration-with-brain-iron-accumulation-type-I-NBIA-1