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Nutrition & Supplements

Linked below is a great short synopsis of low fat diets, environmental factors, allergy and supplements impact on Multiple Sclerosis. It lists a number of scientific studies performed for each supplement or therapy which confirm or challenge its efficacy. ... po=5.55556

Alan Gaby, MD, is internationally recognized as an expert in the field of nutritional therapy. He has recently completed a 30-year project, a textbook titled Nutritional Medicine. ...
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calcitriol tests

Are any trials upcoming for high dose calcitriol? I loathe to start gilenya. Has a dosage been found that helps with people, and if so what is a dose I could start with? My gp is curious and I need to give him a figure.

Thanks to all,

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Toxic black mold & MS?

Can toxic black mold (stachybotrys) trigger Multiple Sclerosis?

I moved into a new place 2 years ago only to have found bad black mold (independently verified as stachybotrys) in the house. Now, I have
a ton of MS symptoms from it.

Could this be something that could trigger MS in some but not others and therefore never been given the caution it may really deserve?
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Hi everyone

Would bowel blockages be a sign of MS if no blockage is found after morphine is administered?
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Concern at shortfall of MS specialist nurses in UK

The new report has highlighted the need for more multiple sclerosis specialist nurses in the UK and fears over future funding.

The analysis, launched by the MS Trust, is based on a record 97% of the 245 MS specialist nurses in the country responding to a survey. It notes that there is “a high level of variation in the availability of nurses” between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. In England, more than 40% cover ...
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These professionals explain why fluoride is bad for the body. Reverse osmosis is a way to get it out. ... mosis.html
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Newly diagnosed with MS....looking for signs of flare up

For the past 3 days I have been having numbness in my right pinky and ring finger and up my wrist.

Is this a sign of a flare up? Should I call my neurologist?
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Looking for Canadian MS patients for paid interviews


I work for a Canadian market research company, and we are looking for MS patients across Canada to participate to online and phone market research survey. We offer a fair compensation for your time.

If you are interested, please email me at

Thank you.
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Exercise Boosts Gut Microbiome Diversity ... logy/46240
"Exercise seems to be another important factor in the relationship between the microbiota, host immunity, and host metabolism, with diet playing an important role,"
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9 yr old niece with seizures...MS family link?

I have MS, but haven't yet told my family, just needing time and figuring out how to best do it. However just recently my 9 year old niece has had a number of seizures - "out of the blue". Is aware of them coming on and during - seems mainly to affect her right side - leg/arm. Recent blood and CT scans haven't turned anything up, awaiting EEG results and seeing a children's neurologist. Could ...
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