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solefenacin (Vesicare)

I'm sorry I don't have my resources at hand, but has anyone read the reports of the ingrediant in Vesicare being used to potentially regrow myelin? It was in Science Daily a month or so ago, I tweeted it out, so I'll look up the article.

I did a search on here to see if there'd been a discussion, but only found nocturia discussions, I'm sorry if I missed something!
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Participate in a study!

The Marginalization, Mental Health, and Empowerment Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is looking for individuals who would like to participate in a research study exploring the life experiences of individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. This survey should only take about 15-20 minutes.

After reading below, if you are willing and eligible, please click on the link below. Thank you in advance for your time and input! We would really appreciate it if you could pass ...
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Not MS studied but possible aid to remyelination, amp b

Stimulation of monocytes, macrophages, and microglia by amphotericin B and macrophage colony-stimulating factor promotes remyelination. Jan 2015
Approaches to stimulate remyelination may lead to recovery from demyelinating injuries and protect axons. One such strategy is the activation of immune cells with clinically used medications, since a properly directed inflammatory response can have healing properties through mechanisms such as the provision of growth factors and the removal of cellular ...
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MS as Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) new research

The dominant hypothesis in multiple sclerosis is that it is an autoimmune disease; however, there is considerable evidence that the immune attack on myelin may be secondary to a cytodegenerative event. Furthermore, the immune modulating therapies longest in clinical use, although modulating the frequency and severity of exacerbation, do not affect long-term progression towards disability. Clearly alternative perspectives on the etiology of multiple sclerosis are warranted. In this paper I outline the commonalities between idiopathic ...
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ms and pneumonia

Hi there. My mum was diagnosed with MS around 15 years ago. She has progressed very fast over the years and is now bedridden and cannot move. This year so far she has been diagnosed with pneumonia twice, broken her hip, UTI and has spent a lot of time in hospital. I guess I'm wanting to know is this the beginning of the end? I feel so guilty but i just want it to be ...
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My bitter sweet story

My name is Shauna. I am 34 years old and from Pennsylvania. I do not have MS, however my best friend did. Her name was Leah. We were best friends since 3rd grade. We were always together. We went through life's ups and downs together. She was more of a sister than a friend. When she was just 16 years old, she was diagnosed with MS. I remember not knowing much about it but I ...
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MS as a disease of endothelial dysfunction

Lots of new research showing the connection between a dysfunction in the cellular lining of the 60,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body, called the endothelium, and multiple sclerosis. The endothelium is the largest secreting organ in our bodies, and when it doesn't work, diseases of neurodegeneration can occur, due to hypoperfusion (slowed cerebral blood flow.)

The aim of the study was to assess endothelial function in patients with MS and in ...
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£1.1m study to reduce cognitive problems in people with MS

Experts in Nottingham are leading a major new study into how people with multiple sclerosis (MS) could overcome problems with attention and memory associated to their condition.

The Cognitive Rehabilitation for Attention and Memory in people with Multiple Sclerosis (CRAMMS) trial will evaluate the effectiveness of new strategies to improve and compensate for these difficulties and aims to improve the quality of life for the patient....... Read More -
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Exercise may improve cognitive performance in people with MS

Cognitive impairment is a major debilitating feature of multiple sclerosis, and is estimated to occur in more than 50% of people living with MS at some point during the disease. These cognitive impairments can appear as difficulties with learning and memory, and deterioration of executive functions, such as planning or decision-making, focusing attention, multi-tasking, and problem-solving. People living with cognitive deficits can experience greatly diminished quality of life and loss of independence while facing ...
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