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This is it!!! Beginning of the End!!!

Hello.
Some of you know me, some maybe read my posts and know my obsession with iron added to all our flour products, Ferrous Sulfate. I have a different enemy now, this time I am sure my enemy will become yours as well. Because this is what leads to ms.
But first thing’s first, my daughter who has ms. She is doing fine, no symptoms of ms what-so-ever. Nothing. We went to Europe for few ...
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halos around lights at night

anybody else have any experience with this? My biggest issue so far has been optic neuritis. But I haven't had an episode in seven years. About a month before the ON attack, I started seeing halos around lights at night--usually parking lot lights or traffic lights.

While the ON never fully resolved, the halos went away fairly quickly. NOW, I am pretty worried that I am seeing halos again, and have been for several weeks ...
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ALS a protein aggregation disease - what about MS?

http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/resea ... on-disease

Does anyone know about similar research of MS? At cell level?

P.
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100 mg p/d Azathioprine to treat MS - opinion pls

My wife

We currently live in Kuala Lumpur, MS is not very common in this part of the world, unfortunately there are very few doctors who have experience treating MS.

My wife has quite strong symptons and the doctor that is leading her prescribed Azathioprine to 100mg p/d. That caused some additional symptons, pls see the description below.

We would like to get opinion regarding the current treatment, things to consider and further direction. Big ...
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Promising research targeting progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Canadian collaboration advances promising research targeting progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Development of new therapies for progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) is getting a boost this fall as the first project funded through the MS Society of Canada-Centre for Drug Research and Development (CDRD) collaboration is launched. The study, which was selected from over thirty applications from around the world, will be led by Canadian researcher Dr. Craig Moore (Memorial University, Newfoundland). The six-month project will identify and ...
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Study explores link between MS and uveitis

A joint study by researchers from Germany and the US has found that nearly 60% of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and uveitis were diagnosed with each condition within five years.... Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/msetiology
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im 23 years old, female looking for answers

Hello, I am coming on here first to thank you for reading my post and also tell you all how strong you are and I pray there will be a cure.

I am 23 years old, female, around 125 lbs and 5'7 and half. I am not very active and don't eat the best but i have been changing my eating habits over the past few months.

Basically I am scared i have ALS, no ...
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Paralysed man a walks again after pioneering surgery

Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after pioneering surgery

Medical team regrow cells of patient’s severed spine in breakthrough that offers hope to millions with disability

A man who was completely paralysed from the waist down can walk again after a British-funded surgical breakthrough which offers hope to millions of people who are disabled by spinal cord injuries.

Polish surgeons used nerve-supporting cells from the nose of Darek Fidyka, a Bulgarian man who was injured ...
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Study suggests vaccines do not appear to increase risk of MS

Scientists looked at about 4,700 people who received vaccines against hepatitis B (Hep B) and the human papillomavirus (HPV), and found no long-term risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) or similar nervous-system diseases...... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/vaccinations
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