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Ifn-lambda, a natural anti-viral with potential for pwms

This protein is low in people who suffer recurring cold sores. I've never had one so that makes me wonder if ifn-lambda would help in my case. Anyway.... ... shows.aspx

Antiviral compound may protect brain from pathogens, West Nile virus study shows
May 15, 2015
By Michael C. Purdy
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"The Real Diet of Man", now available as a free PDF

I started this diet almost a year ago. And am doing extremely well with it. Its premise goes beyond everything you have been taught to believe about food, especially with regard to healthy food for those of us with MS. And like the Wahls diet, it proposes that a diet high in fat from grass fed meats, going gluten free and the elimination of processed foods are the key to good health and healing. I ...
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DLA will become PIPs

Disability Living Allowance will become Personal Independence Payments (PIP)

If you already claim Disability Living Allowance (DLA), from 25 May 2015 if you live in the postcode areas for Bristol, Cambridge, Colchester, Dartford, Gloucester, Milton Keynes, Paisley, Romford Swindon, Spalding or Southend you will be asked to claim ‘Personal Independence Payment’ instead... Read More -
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New treatment forum - Biotin

We now have a new forum dedicated to the discussion of MedDay's new biotin treatment for SPMS called Cerenday.

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Multiple Sclerosis Volunteers NEEDED for online study

Hello all. An important study is posted below.



Researchers from Palo Alto University are conducting a study to learn about how the impact of having Multiple Sclerosis (MS) influences experiences of psychological growth. The research team consists of Leonard Beckum, Ph.D., Matt Cordova, Ph.D., Wendy Packman, J.D., Ph.D., and myself, Jason Zeltser, M.S. I became interested in the experience of those with MS ...
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Scientists identify cause of MS balance problems

New research into the causes of the excessive inflammation that drives multiple sclerosis has identified a faulty "brake" within immune cells, a brake that should be controlling the inflammation. This points to a potential target for developing new therapies to treat MS and could have important implications for other autoimmune diseases, such as the colon disease colitis and the chronic skin condition atopic dermatitis, say researchers..... Read more -
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Discovery of a treatment to block MS progression

A drug that could halt the progression of MS may soon be developed thanks to a discovery by a team at the CHUM Research Centre and the University of Montreal........... Read more -
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Genzyme and Ablynx form MS pact

Sanofi group Genzyme and Belgian biotech Ablynx have formed a pact to investigate the latter’s nanobodies against a target that plays an important role in MS, in the hope of targeting the neurodegeneration linked with the condition.... Read More -
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Accessibility in the UK

What is your favourite accessible event or venue?

Tell us here or to & we will list them for ‪#‎WMSD‬ ‪#‎strongerthanMS‬
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Gut bacteria could hold key

Gut bacteria could hold the key to treating conditions including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and mental illness, scientists have said.

The trillions of intestinal bacteria affect every aspect of our health and the way we behave, say researchers.... Read More -
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