Cladribine - one for Lyon

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Cladribine - one for Lyon

Postby bromley » Wed Jun 13, 2007 5:10 am

Lyon,

Now that you have ditched that dreadful shiny shirt and have signed up to the hair-transplant, I thought I'd reward you the research results you like to see.

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Re: Cladribine - one for Lyon

Postby Lyon » Wed Jun 13, 2007 5:26 am

bromley wrote:Now that you have ditched that dreadful shiny shirt and have signed up to the hair-transplant, I thought I'd reward you the research results you like to see.
Thank you Ian! I forgot to mention that I didn't actually sign up for hair transplants.....I bought a case of that spray on stuff you see in the infomercials and because I purchased in quantity they threw in some free clap it lights!!

You know I'm easy. I like ALL positive research results.....well, positive results which don't prove to have maiming/death as a side effect.

That abstract makes it look hopeful, and it probably is, but there is always that seed of doubt.
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Dr Cook serves on the Steering Committee and Advisory Board for the CLARITY study of cladribine in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis and is an investigator in these studies. Drs Martinez-Rodriguez, Cadavid, Wolansky and Pliner have nothing to disclose.
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