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Closer to a blood test for MS

Neurofilament light chains (sNfL) are pieces of neurons that appear when they get broken. It seems that they appear in blood when MS attacks.

It is not specific to MS, but at least it serves to monitor the damage. It is much more realistic than the previous walking tests and EDDS scores that we had before.

Serum neurofilament light: A biomarker of neuronal damage in multiple sclerosis

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 24954/full ...
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Phase 3 Study of High-Dose Biotin, MD1003, for PPMS & SPMS

HI Friends please read
https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/ ... -patients/

A Phase 3 clinical trial has been launched by MedDay Pharmaceuticals to investigate whether treatment with high-dose biotin (MD1003) may ease disability and improve mobility in non-relapsing primary or secondary progressive MS patients. The study is recruiting participants across the U.S., Canada and Europe.

regards
seeva
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Simvastatin trial linked to vascular system

Professor John Greenwood at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology investigates the potential benefit of statins in auto-immune diseases and is following the current trial of statins in MS. He says:

"This study suggests, however, that the beneficial effect might be on vascular function rather than the immune system"

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... rch-statin


Work from home-need job-any ideas?

So I am really disabled from my MS. I need help with a lot of ADL's. I am not mobile and my right arm hand doesn't work. I do have use of my left arm and hand, and I have no problems with cognition at all. My question...Does anyone know of a good part-time job? I need to keep my disability checks coming but I need to work and feel useful, valued and needed. Prior ...
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Possible MS symptoms

Hello, I am an eighteen year old who has been dealing with a variety of health issues for the last four or five months now. In January, I went to see my doctor with chest pain and tightness. After ordering an echocardiogram, small abnormalities were detected in my heart. I was then sent to take a stress test, where I was pulled off the treadmill with tachycardia after less than a minute of brisk walking. ...
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Ibuprofen instead of aspirin for flushing

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has tried ibuprofen instead of aspirin to help ward off flushing. I've been taking ibuprofen for years for arthritis and general body pain, and wondered if this could be taking instead of aspirin.
I asked my doctor and also researched ibuprofen for the flushing side effect from Tecfidera, and only came across taking aspirin for this.

I started taking Tecfidera on Sunday. On day one, I took one 325mg ...
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Sleep direction

If you have MS sleep East-West on a steel sprung mattress. This will draw magnetosomes to the central part of the body where they can be chelated easily by drinking water.
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Rat study pinpoints human mutation responsible for...

Rat study pinpoints human mutation responsible for neurological dysfunction

Ian Duncan, a professor of veterinary medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has pinpointed the cause of a serious neurological disease, very similar to multiple sclerosis (MS), in a colony of rats...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/rat-study-pinpoints-human-mutation-responsible-neurological-dysfunction-160517
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should I seek a second opinion?

Hi all. About six years ago (I was probably 34) I went to a neurologist after the side of my face went numb. It started out as tingles on my scalp and then eventually the entire side of my face and half of my tongue went numb. I never noticed that my face had a droop but I sure felt like it did. I was driving when this happened and my mother advised me to ...
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Nodict is the same than years ago?

Hello, does anybody know if Nodict has still the same good benefits for MS with LDN than a couple of years ago? Because I saw that for a couple of years, they stopped selling it, but now finally is here.
I've used Nalorex but is not the same, just the opposite..
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