What would you rather I call you, "gal", "ol' gal", "madam" or "girl"? I've already been warned not to call you "late for dinner"!
Look lady, dont go start the name callin.
I'd surely like to harrass you about this one too, but I'm not convinced enough to argue it either way.
If you agree there is nothing to harrass me about, however, the point I have made in regard to this ocmment, I think is generally accepted ie All people produce MRTC's
But what I am saying is that for people steroids work for, its the BBB effects that cause a big part of the benefit. I have yet to read any research that has found otherwise. If we cant disprove it, it becomes the best we know.
You are the hardest person to argue with!
No its actually very simple, provide me research (however more than one!) proving otherwise, and I will take it on. The problem is all I can find supports this proposition.
Not that you've got a good point but because I sometimes think you come up with these things out of the clear blue sky
Where I get these ideas, the sun dont shine, but that doesnt make my propositions any weaker.
I've read speculation that steroids might have some effect on the bbb but far and away steroids are known for controlling inflammation.
Usually, for OTHER conditions, steroids are specifically used for immune modulation and/or inflamation reduction. However, for MS (see previous links) it appears to me that the common accepted path of action is the effects on the BBB.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=PubMed&cmd=Retrieve&list_uids=1619410
...During treatment there was a rapid reduction of BBB abnormalities... http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=PubMed&cmd=Retrieve&list_uids=1866009
Thus, the blood-brain-barrier integrity improved after high-dose IV methylprednisolone, which correlated well with the clinical improvement.
Read the whole abstracts peronally, as it alm,ost feels as if I am almost taking it out of context; but it appears they are making assumptions in the abstract. But I am guessing the ideas are better explained in the full text.
I hate NOT to be able to differ with you about something but I THINK I agree
Its starting to worry me that you become so emotional that you agree with a point I happen to agree on, when it really is a world renown, un-arguable fact. But you cry because I also believe it
Now, my problem is that I can see the merits to this argument, but I dont think I believe it.
My quandry is that I am the same!
Please clarify what you are talking about? Proving you wrong regarding your original post which started this thread?
Yes, I cant think of anything in this thread that has invalidated anything I originally posted.