Cautious optimism about myelin repair

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Cautious optimism about myelin repair

Postby TwistedHelix » Fri Mar 09, 2007 8:38 am

No full text article, but still quite nice to hear:

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Postby Lyon » Fri Mar 09, 2007 9:40 am

Thanks Dom,
And that is nice to hear.

Additionally, Ian has included links regarding Dr Scolding in the past, which I have read. I trust his knowledge, intelligence and outlook on MS.
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Postby viper498 » Fri Mar 09, 2007 10:21 am

Bob,

Where is that information?
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Postby Lyon » Fri Mar 09, 2007 11:27 am

viper498 wrote:Bob,

Where is that information?
Hi Brock,
Are you referring to the information that Ian has sent, or Dom's link?

If you're talking about links that Ian has sent, here's a good one I was able to find quickly http://www.ezpresenter.net/msa/04.html Before clicking I should mention that it's audio/visual so you'll want to have a fast internet connection.

I have to admit that although I am known as a "computer geek" in these parts....I got a new computer about a month ago and spent a week or so getting it the way I wanted it...adding my favorite bookmarks and email addresses.

Two nights ago I thought I would "tweak it" by getting rid of unwanted and unused programs. I goofed things up so badly that I've had to re-install Vista and start from scratch last night and this morning.

I found the above link in my laptop but at the moment all my favorite bookmarks are history. If you search "Dr Neil Scolding" you'll find lots of info.

What I like about Dr Scolding is that he is just....well educated on the subject of ms and sensible. Dr Scolding reaffirms conclusions that I have come to although others might not be as impressed by him and might consider him too stodgey....conservative.

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Postby robbie » Fri Mar 09, 2007 1:07 pm

It was good to see and hear what is going on inside me and us, for me the 50 years is to long though, it's to bad.. thx Forest and Lyon..
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Postby Lyon » Fri Mar 09, 2007 1:39 pm

robbie wrote:It was good to see and hear what is going on inside me and us, for me the 50 years is to long though, it's to bad.. thx Forest and Lyon..
Gulp!! What 50 years are you referring to robbie??
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Postby robbie » Fri Mar 09, 2007 1:58 pm

Slide 38..
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Postby Lyon » Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:00 pm

robbie wrote:Slide 38..
Thanks robbie, I'll check it out. It's actually been months since I watched that presentation but I remember thinking that it was very informative and hopeful.

Well, I've gotten so that I like eating crow and having egg on my face.....You're right. I don't know what to say other than I'm MUCH more optomistic than that. The sound quality isn't real good. I'm going to listen again to make sure that he said 50 and not 15. I'm also going to try to find out when that presentation was. It might not be recent. Honestly robbie, things ARE MUCH more optomistic than that.

......"Page Info" says it was last modified on Friday, November 14, 2003 9:18:48 AM. I think it's safe to say that we've all seen reasons for vast improvement in optomism since then.

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