Forgive all of us for taking over your thread. I'm so very sorry.
Phantas and others: I guess we need a review of the rules???
No posts that attack, insult, flame, defame, or abuse others. Respect other members' opinions regarding treatment decisions. Decisions about
health and well-being are highly personal choices. We should respect all points of view. Flaming will not be tolerated.
Lend a helping hand. A bit of compassion can go a long way
toward helping people with life's challenges and reaching out can help alleviate feelings of loneliness.
Use good judgement. NEVER rely on information or opinions exchanged to replace necessary, personal consultation(s) with qualified health or medical professionals to meet your individual health or medical needs. Remember that what's right or has worked for one person may not be what's right for you. Be respectful of moderators
in both the forums and any private communications.
Report posts that violate the rules. Do this by selecting the Admin alert
button at the top right corner of the post.
Members that do not abide by the rules may be subject to having their posts edited or deleted, their member account permanently banned from further access and/or deleted without notice.
Now although I'm a pretty lenient Moderator (as other Mods have told me), I've had enough of this. If those who are causing the ruckus (& you know who you are, so do I really need to point a finger?) don't stop and not start back up, I will do what I have every right as a Moderator to do - have members banned. This of course will be reviewed by the Admin, but they usually listen to the Moderators.
This is in no way a threat - only the last warning.
This will be
a place for people to come to get support - no matter what protocol they choose to use
- not be attacked for not using what one or two members deem to be "the" cure, as we know that one protocol will not work for each of us.
Wonder why I'm so adamant about
this? This forum was strictly pro abx treatments when I started, and I have worked very hard to keep it
open for all, no matter what protocol they choose to use.
Caution and giving advice will be allowed, but ONLY if it is being done with a "spirit of humbleness." Plain and simple.
Not one of us has the knowledge to be able to correctly assume we know what's best for someone else.Forgive me, Shabbychic, but I need to lock this thread.