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GW Pharmaceuticals plc announced that results of a Phase II clinical study of Sativex® (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD)) in the treatment of bladder dysfunction in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) have been published in the peer-reviewed Journal, Multiple Sclerosis.
The authors of the paper state that “this study does provide clinical evidence across a range of bladder-related endpoints that Sativex® has some beneficial effect when used for treatment of the bladder symptoms in patients with MS”. ... Read More - http://www.msrc.co.uk/index.cfm/fuseact ... ageid/1814
I would be happy to stand and pisss like a man again vs cathing! Stinks when you are at the beach, sitting in the water,drinkin beer, and have to get out of the water every thirty minutes to go pee!!!! I wanna pee in the water like everyone else!
w/m 44 The problem comes with the decision of weighing the unknown with the unknown.
I read the above links about this drug and one thing I found interesting was the reaction of the MS Society..."Mr Schofield's wife Liz, a support officer at the Halifax branch of the MS Society, said: "Living with MS is difficult and the symptoms can be very debilitating - anything that helps people manage their condition is good news and it should be made available if there is a clinical need." Why isn't testing and treatment of CCSVI seen as positive? I'm a simple girl. What am I missing?
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