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Hi from Sanjay in Toronto

Hi,

I've just been diagnosed with MS after one episde. MRI shows many lesions and enhancements. physically I feel ok.

wondering about what to do...

can anyone tell me if they have had any improvement with oral supplements such as calcium amelethylphosphate or any others?

Also has anyone benefitted from the best bet diet?

thank you and take care
Sanjay
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MRF Podcast with Scott Johnson and Dr. Bob Miller

This link will take you to an interesting and informative March 24th interview Scott and Dr. Miller did with host Marc Pelletier of Futures in Biotech. It's about 1 hour. I think the interview was conducted in a way that would make it interesting to both scientists and MS novices. I enjoyed it.

http://www.twit.tv/FIB
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Hey Everyone!

Hey Everyone! My name is David Williams and I have worked in the MS and Neuroscience world for about seven years now. Although I'm not a patient, I have worked to help people with MS through community development initiatives. In 2001, I worked with Montel Williams doing numerous online chat sessions, an appearance at the Los Angeles Health Expo, helped launch the Montel Williams Foundation website, and even appeared on his show.
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Hi

Hi guys,

First of all congratulation about this forum, very informative and interesting.

I personally work in the community caring for different age groups and I would like to learn more about MS so I can improve care provision and hopefully better their lifes.

Thank you all
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Secondary Progressive MS carer

Hallo
My name is David - I do not have MS, I am a MScarer for my wife who has Secondary Progressive, she was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS about 14 years ago which changed to SP MS a few years back.
Her decline was slow initially but in recent years she has become steadily worse.
Over that time we tried all sorts of cures, diets, removed the mercury fillings and so on.
Last year ...
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Newbie on the block

Hi all! Great to find you. I've been lurking for a couple of days to get the jist of this place and have been very impressed with everyone. My history is that I was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus at 14 years old and attributed many of the signs of MS to that for some time.

Ten years later, at 24 years old, I was hospitalized with temp. leg paralysis, vertigo, L'hermites... you know the drill. ...
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Nice to find you, & this site

Hi, Everyone. Just wanted to introduce myself.

My name is "Fern" and I've had benign MS for 22 years now. Been on Copaxone since 2000.

I hope to make a positive contribution to these forums.
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Intro

Hello all. I been visiting thisisms.com for a while and have posted a few times. This is my preferred forums to lurk at. I'm a 26 year old male who lives in Portland, OR. I moved to Portland from Vegas 3 years ago. I work full time still and take classes part time. I'm coordinating a team for this years MS Walk in Portland as well.

I was diagnosed with MS in the fall of ...
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newest memeber :) Please Read

Hello Everyone.

I am a 22 year old male from Toronto Ontario newly diagnosed in June of last year (2006). With no family history of MS it just hit me out of the blue. It started with a tingling sensation in my left hand. Doctors said it was just a pinched nerve and it will go away. About a month later the numbness was still present and started in my right hand. Shortly after that ...
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SE NC US

Hi,
I was diagnosed in March 2005, RRMS. Like a lot of people on this site I'd had vague symptoms for years before the doctors made the official verdict. I seem to be on this weird "10-year" exacerbation schedule.
I still have lots of small things that occur, physically, but no major disability yet. I am mostly concerned with cognitive function, or what I consider the lack therof.
Began Avonex in June '06. The side ...
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