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Anew study finds that M.S, ALS, STROKE and epilepsy are share common defects in the blood-brain barrier
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Has anyone experienced or know of anyone who have had HSCT, looks a hopeful treatment.. :smile: thanks.
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Study suggests wearables could help MS patients

A three-week study by Biogen and the American patient network PatientsLikeMe claims to have found patients with multiple sclerosis can benefit from a wearable device that tracks their activity, reports the Boston Business Journal..... Read More -
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I am a 30 year old female. For the past four days, I have had a tightness and burning in my lower left leg. It feels "dead". This has happened once before, a year ago when I gave birth to my son. The next day, I could hardly move the leg and had a doppler to rule out a clot. It got better over a few days..... This time, it is worsening.

I have ...
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CBD shows positive results with childhood epilepsy

Groundbreaking Research Suggests Medical Marijuana Could Reduce Seizures In Children ... 55784.html
The drug, Epidiolex, is derived from cannabidiol, or CBD, a non-psychoactive compound in the cannabis plant that doesn't produce the "high" feeling commonly associated with pot. Last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a series of clinical trials to test Epidiolex's efficacy at treatment centers around the world, including 10 in the United States.

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First human head transplant planned

Does this sound freaky or what? But – amazing. About the way he views and talks about, especially the spinal column and nerves, blood flow, etc. scary, freaky yes. Does it or could this research have an impact of any sort with MS? My thoughts lean toward yes, especially those of us that the spinal column is more involved.

Those interested in following this a little can find a lot more info. I have a ...
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Beta-interferons ‘not associated with delayed onset of SPMS’

A Canadian study has found no link between the delayed onset of secondary progressive multiple sclerosis and treatment with beta-interferons..... Read More -

Any one have neck pain?

I have severe neck pain to the point I have to lay down to take the pressure off of my neck. I know that I have to to lesions on my cervical. I was just wondering if anyone else has this issue and if so what they do to relieve there pain.
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Seizure of epilepsy

Have any of you had a single seizure of epilepsy? I have been on Gilenya for one year and just came back home from hospital emergency department (with a broken head and five stitchese...) :( I had Tysabri before G (for one and half year) but left it since my JCV antibody index have reached 3,8 and the risk of PML became too high... :
Any advice?
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