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Common knowledge about MS that turns out not to be true

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Postby steviebhoy » Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:36 pm

I've been asked to take part in a genetic study here in Glasgow, , don't know alot details yet, but DNA evidence is needed..
On a personal note I do think genetics have a huge influence on MS, my dad passed away a few yeras ago, he had footdrop, fatigue, UTI all the time, have only been DX a few years but now I can see that he had quite a few symptoms...hey will never know
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Postby fee001 » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:40 am

Steviebhoy,

I'm from England yeah! Now apparently Scotland is a higher risk of ms.


Would you say its a more stressful place to live or not

I dont mean to sound horrible. By the way my great grandad was a fisherman from Scotland who moved to Lowestoft in England, my maiden name and a name I intend to change cack to is "Muirhead" apparently Scottish. There you go, arent you glad you learnt that today (useless info)

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