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Young Plasma Clinical Trial for MS

Postby SAW » Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:32 pm

Our son was offered an opportunity to participate in the Young Plasma Clinical Trial for MS. Has anyone heard anything about it or been involved with it? We would appreciate your feedback.


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Re: Young Plasma Clinical Trial for MS

Postby frodo » Sat Sep 29, 2018 1:57 am

Never heard of it. Please keep us updated.
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Re: Young Plasma Clinical Trial for MS

Postby ElliotB » Sat Sep 29, 2018 3:08 am

How old is your son? What is his MS history?

Do you have info on the trial? There is not much info on the web regarding Young Plasma. Like many treatments, it sound promising!

I did find this article which has some basic info (Alzheimer's based):

Have you considered having him take the supplement Phosphatidylserine which seems to offer similar benefits to phosphatidylcholine which I believe is the active ingredient in Young Plasma, is inexpensive, readily available in pill form and already has a fair amount of favorable 'science' behind it (regarding its safety and effectiveness). I have been taking it for several years.

There are also many commonly available 'simple' sources of phosphatidylcholine that he can consume now without the need for injections or the need to go through a clinical trial where he may or may not get the substance being tested.
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