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Bg12 after gilenya and tysabri

Hi all, Just wondering if anyone is in the same position as me.
I am considering switching from gilenya to bg12.
I have been on gilenya for 8 months.
Prior to this I was on tysabri for 14/15 months, but came back JC+.
Prior to that, had been on coax one for over a year, and before that, beta freon for several years.
I was diagnosed with MS in 1991 (22 years ago!)

The reason ...
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aubagio sleepy pill???

I have been taking Aubagio every night for 2 weeks now. I have had none of the side affects they listed but i have been VERY tired to the point of wanting to nap or falling asleep at 9pm. i workout, eat healthy, take all the vitamins i should plus more. Has anyone else had this rip vanwinkle affect??
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SPMS drug?

Is anyone aware of any drug being used for spms?
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Patient enrolment completed in first study of olesoxime

Patient enrolment completed in first study of olesoxime in relapsing remitting MS

Trophos SA announced today that they have completed enrollment in the Translate MS-Repair Phase Ib multiple sclerosis (MS) trial.

The trial is a randomized, placebo controlled, Phase Ib study in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients treated with Trophos' olesoxime as an add-on therapy to Interferon beta. In three months, 44 patients have been recruited in three investigational sites in France. The first subject was ...
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Botox for MS Hug

Has anybody tried Botox injections for the MS Hug ? Was it successful or not ?
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Initiation of a cooperative phase 2b trial of MN-166

Initiation of a cooperative phase 2b trial of MN-166 in progressive MS announced

MediciNova, Inc.announced the funding and regulatory approvals of a NIH-based grant for a Phase 2b trial of MN-166 (ibudilast) in subjects with progressive multiple sclerosis (progressive MS). The principal investigator will be Robert Fox, M.D., M.S., FAAN, Staff Neurologist at the Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Cleveland Clinic.

The grant is for a funded cooperative effort by the NeuroNEXT clinical trial ...
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Myelin peptide transdermal patch

Small Study Suggests Possible Benefit for Skin Patch to Reduce Immune Activity in Multiple Sclerosis
http://nationalmssociety.org/news/news- ... x?nid=8012

Polish researchers reported results of a small clinical trial in which a skin patch containing myelin peptides (portions of the substance that insulates nerve fibers and is a target of the immune attack on the brain and spinal cord in MS) were administered to 20 people with relapsing-remitting MS via a ...
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Etifoxine

Etifoxine to target, a protein referred to as mitochondrial translocator protein (TSPO), had been previously identified but not linked to MS, an autoimmune disease that strips the protective fatty coating off nerve fibers of the brain and spinal cord.

http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/publish/news/newsroom/7748
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