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Clemastine fumarate on trial

Clemastine fumarate on trial

"In a recent phase II clinical trial, an over-the-counter allergy drug was shown to improve nervous system function in patients with multiple sclerosis".

Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319732.php
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VitaminD activation pathways in inflammation and bone health

Scientists reveal vitamin D activation pathways in inflammation and bone health

Researchers have identified a region of the genome that regulates vitamin D activation in the kidneys, opening the door for more sophisticated treatments of conditions, including bone and immune disorders, involving vitamin D. The results of this research will be published in the Oct. 20 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/scientists-reveal-vitamin-d-activation-pathways-inflammation-and-bone-health

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GcMAF Study

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27354653

Anyone have any thoughts on this study / this GcMAF substance?
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Oxidative stress???

On my laptop this morning:

"Oxidative stress is the result of an imbalance in the body of free radicals. These free radicals damage proteins, lipids and nucleic acids, which in turn causes inflammation. The inflammation results in demyelination of the central nervous system and has a bearing on how severe a patient’s multiple sclerosis is.

MORE: Nanobionic clothing seen to clear body of free radicals associated with MS and other diseases

The levels of oxidative stress can ...
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Non-MS related MRI scans in children detect the condition...

Non-MS related MRI scans in children detect the condition in its infancy

A study has found that MRI scans can detect MS in children at its early stages, which allows the condition to be diagnosed and treated sooner...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/non-ms-related-mri-scans-children-detect-condition-its-infancy

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IBS or something else

I've had MS since diagnosis in June of 1986. It's only been really demanding in the last 15 years putting me at an 8 on the EDS Scale. Recently I've encountered a new problem which I not sure is MS related. I experience this constant urge to do a bowel movement, and even after going the feeling returns almost immediately. I have to take laxatives but sometimes although feeling the need nothing is there. I ...
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Over-the-counter antihistamine repairs myelin damage in MS..

Over-the-counter antihistamine repairs myelin damage in MS patients

The trial conducted with clemastine fumarate, an antihistamine used to treat common allergies, has been talked about in the news since the beginning of last year. Now the results from the phase II clinical trial have been published in The Lancet...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/over-counter-antihistamine-repairs-myelin-damage-ms-patients

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High fat diet increases risk of relapse in children with MS

A study of how diet can affect the course of multiple sclerosis (MS) in children has found that a fatty diet could increase the risk of relapse...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/high-fat-diet-increases-risk-relapse-children-ms

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3D printing

Does anybody know Dr. Zamboni''s email? Dr. Sclafani?

Apparently they are building 3D models of aneurisms and stuff in arteries and veins to guide surgeries. This could be something might be usable in CCSVI procedures.
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PPMS vs RRMS

Hi, all. My husband was diagnosed with RRMS back in May, and I was diagnosed with the same thing in July (I know--what are the odds, right??), but my my husband's MS seems to be progressing much more quickly than mine is, and I'm worried that he might have PPMS rather than RRMS. His diagnosis began with optic neuritis and bladder issues (the MRIs were done to rule out ocular migraines), followed by spasms in ...
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