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Cladribine available to UK MS patients tomorrow...

NHS England strikes deal that makes Cladribine available to MS patients tomorrow

NHS Chief, Simon Stevens has announce that NHS England has struck a deal to make an innovative treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) routinely available on the NHS...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/nhs-england-strikes-deal-makes-cladribine-available-ms-patients-tomorrow

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Looking for input to project idea for worldwide data collect

Hello to this great community,
I would like to first introduce myself so that people can size me up. I am a 25 year old computer scientist and software engineer, but I do not have MS. I just feel like it is important to disclose this in such a community, where a certain feeling of unity might not welcome an outsider like me.

That being said, I do have a loved one with MS and ...
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Ask about body temperature

Anybody know how to restore normal body temperature?i have low body temperature
i always feel cold especially in my hand and feet(toe)
Im taking low dose naltrexone since june 2017 and it reduce many of my symtomps like : tingling,pin n needle,burning sensation,tremor,fix my insomnia,more energy
Unfortunately it cant solve my body temperature
So anybody have the same problem & know how to fix this problem,please give me solution
Thanx before
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New biomarkers could lead to a blood test...

New biomarkers could lead to a blood test that can distinguish between relapsing remitting and progressive MS

A study led by the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital has revealed unique molecules in the blood of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that could become definitive diagnostic biomarkers of the world's most common neurologic disability in young adults...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/new-biomarkers-could-lead-blood-test-can-distinguish-between-relapsing-remitting-and-progressive-ms

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More about Ibudilast

More about Ibudilast, this time from Neurology Today:

Source: http://journals.lww.com/neurotodayonlin ... ?PostID=24

Researchers reported that brain atrophy measured by the difference in the slope of brain parenchymal fraction was decreased by 48 percent among patients treated with ibudilast — a reduction of 0.00105 among patients on the drug — compared with a reduction of 0.00202 among those on placebo from baseline to week 96.
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Pesticides + Poison Gases = Cheap, Year-Round Strawberries

I truly believe that detoxification and permanent elimination of harmful chemicals of every type wherever possible whether in food, in the air around you, or in any products that you use, is an essential and highly important part of any program to keep someone healthy, especially those with a major illness like MS.


In doing research on fruits and vegetables, I came across this most interesting and informative website:

https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/index.php#.WgBJCmiPK00 ...
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Struggling and not sure what to do next

I was diagnosed with MS when I was 17 after having my first episode at 16 and I’ve always had an optimistic outlook about my life despite my diagnosis. I don’t ever complain about the fact that I have MS and most people I know don’t even know I have it. My body is healthy and I don’t have many physical symptoms besides a disc herniation that I had surgery on, but I’ve been able ...
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Caesarean delivery and artificial lactation and MS

Caesarean delivery and artificial lactation are associated with early onset MS #ECTRIMS

Scientists conducting research into important MS markers have discovered that MS patients born from a caesarean delivery and receiving artificial lactation are more likely to experience the onset of the condition earlier than those who were delivered naturally and breastfed...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/caesarean-delivery-and-artificial-lactation-are-associated-early-onset-ms-ectrims

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Fats and oils impact disability in MS patients #ECTRIMS

A study has shown a significant correlation between the intake of saturated fatty acids and disability and fatigue in MS patients...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/fats-and-oils-impact-disability-ms-patients-ectrims

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Does ‘benign’ MS exist? #ECTRIMS

While most people with MS develop neurological impairments over time it is clear that some do not. This has been termed benign MS. Its existence and definition are often debated, so researchers have conducted a study to determine if people with MS can have a ‘benign’ outcome 30 years after first symptom onset...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/does-%E2%80%98benign%E2%80%99-ms-exist-ectrims

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