skydog wrote:Does everyone see the post I just sent the way I see it. HD images... I need a computer that works like a old single speed bike, don't need all the extra gears. Just gets me in trouble. Help ? M
DIM wrote:Dr Aston Emphry also confirms this, it was though the first that spoke about vitamin D and it's role in MS!
whyRwehere wrote:Well, Embry is against legumes in his best bet diet, so what do you do? (and I have to say, my husband does react to having eaten them which is sad, because I love beans.
mrhodes40 wrote:This is really REALLY great that this work in already in process with the CCSVI team. we WILL get the kind of MRI data we need, it is just a matter of time. I keep remembering that this researcher has already said that CCSVI is in harmony with his SWI work. The importance of that should not be undrestimated
Dr. Haacke states his findings in MS brains is consistent with everything presented today regarding venous structure, oxygen and iron deposition. He offers thanks to the foundation and Bologna for the openness of discussion and the freedom of ideas. He asserts that CCSVI does not go against what we know about MS....however it will further define it.
Ernst wrote:This Iron accumulation in brain - is very interesting. I would like to know that are there differencies with iron between ms clinical courses - rr, sp, pp?
ps. I saw Mark's photo and think "why he has Chuck Norris avatar?"
Lymphocytes, neutrophils and macrophages are found in the brain in areas of acute ischaemic stroke. The percentages of activated T cells and regulatory T cells were significantly increased in patients with ischemic stroke compared to healthy subjects and patients with OND. There was also an increase in the percentage of CCR7+ T cells. There were no significant differences in the activation of other cell types. In conclusion, there is evidence of immune activation and Treg cells in acute ischaemic stroke.
http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve ... 2808004578
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