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Government fails to hit key objectives

A new report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has shown the government has failed to achieve key objectives for improving services for millions of people with neurological conditions... Read More -
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Nano-drugs could treat multiple sclerosis

Nano-drugs encased in liposomes could one day be used to treat neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study published in the journal, PloS One. A liposome is a small, fat-soluble droplet that can contain a water soluble drug.... Read More-
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Hey guys n gals

It's been a tough season here. Just had some biopsy results and it seems the h-pylori is back - or never went away.

Also I have a hiatus hernia.

I am not sure what to do. I have a prescription for MORE antibiotics and lanzoprazole - the 'triple' therapy.

I read this ... l-fatigue/

And of course, this ...
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my MRI


I bought brain MRI. I have quite interesting history of my family. 20 years ago my mother was warned by a professor that all members should take vitamin D then she had problems with CNS inflammation. At that time, my mother didn't took words seriously. My grandfather has severe alzhaimer. Mother - depression.
I was diagnosed with RRMS on 2015-02, 30 years old. Looking at my brain MRI and symptoms, somehow I feel this ...
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Dollars for doctors

"Three out of four doctors in the US have received money from the pharmaceutical industry."
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Study claims dice loaded for patients with late-stage MS

People living with multiple sclerosis have the dice loaded against them when it comes to their decision-making ability as their condition progresses, according to a new study from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry.... Read More -
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Mitochondria ‘may play role in MS progression’

Recent attention to the role of mitochondria in the cause of multiple sclerosis suggests mitochondrial defects and mitochondrial structural and functional changes may contribute to the condition. Researchers studying mitochondria in multiple sclerosis believe abnormalities in mitochondrial dynamics impact cellular pathways such as inflammation and demyelination, ultimately impacting patients with multiple sclerosis..... Read more -
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Bioness H200 for sale, large right hand

Good Afternoon,

I have one Bioness H200 tethered unit for sale. Was purchased in September of 2010 and only used for several months. This is a practically new orthosis.

I will entertain all reasonable offers.

Thank you.
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Breakdown in brain communication discovered

New findings published in Neuropsychology reveal decreased connectivity between network-specific brain regions are to blame for the central deficit common to the various cognitive changes associated with multiple sclerosis..... Read More -
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Bacteria “biofilm” mystery investigated

Lupus, multiple sclerosis, and type-1 diabetes are among more than a score of diseases in which the immune system attacks the body it was designed to defend. But just why the immune system begins its misdirected assault has remained a mystery..... Read More -
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