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Boston Dad with MS Needs Visitation Rights Victory!

Boston Dad with MS Needs Visitation Rights Victory!
Needs Lawyer's Fee ASAP!

http://www.gofundme.com/di6w34

My name is Joe. Thank you for reading, and for any assistance you can provide. I also encourage you to share this page with anyone you think might understand.

When my ex-wife and I split up nearly five years ago, our divorce agreement granted my ex-wife physical custody of our daughter, with legal custody shared equally. ...
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Targetting stem cells to specific tissues

Stem Cells Directly Steered to Injured Organs
http://www.genengnews.com/gen-news-high ... /81250330/

Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute researchers have found a way to help stem cells reach the injury site once injected into the bloodstream. They coated nanoparticles with two antibodies that bind to stem cells and injured cells in the body. Using magnetic resonance imaging, researchers found that the nanoparticles traveled to damaged heart tissue. Clinical trials could begin within three years. ...
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Sleep disorders in MS patients

Sleep Disorders In Multiple Sclerosis Patients Go Largely Undiagnosed: Study

http://www.medicaldaily.com/sleep-disor ... udy-302740

To find out the prevalence of sleep disorders in MS patients, Brass and his colleagues surveyed members of the Northern California Chapter of the National MS Society, who were recruited in 2011.

Of the 11,000 participants interviewed, 2,375 were selected for the survey. Consistent with the reported epidemiology of multiple sclerosis, the majority (81 percent) were ...
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the teaMS study-research to raise awareness about life w/ MS

I am a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at the University at Albany, SUNY. Together with my advisor, I am conducting a new online survey examining thoughts, emotions, and adjustment to MS (the teaMS study). We are inviting people with MS to share their experiences living with this disease in order to better understand the psychosocial, as well as physical, impact of MS. The survey takes about an hour to complete and all responses are ...
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Word of the day

Gowl: the substance often found in the corner of the eyes after sleep

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Gowl

:roll:
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Oceans of Hope

I don't know if anyone has heard of this organization, but it is worth a search.

It's a group formed in the Netherlands by a Neuropsych. He got some backing from Biogen and bought a 67 foot sailboat. His dream, which has strted is to circumnavigate the earth on the boat manned mostly by folks with MS. He's got 4 regular folks on board as well.
If anyone has dreams to sail, send an application. ...
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could urology have found my answer?

Morning everyone! If you can make it through this thankyou! I'm so frustrated trying to figure out why I feel like I'm twice my age.

I've thought I've had MS for years. About 10 years ago I started having some left leg weakness. My symptoms have continued intermittently, some new ones have showed up. In this time I've had a few of what seems like flares. Recently Ive had some big stressors and I have ...
Read more : could urology have found my answer? | Views : 233 | Replies : 3 | Forum : Undiagnosed


dry mouth?

I have been on this med for 4 months and the flushing only comes once in a while. But I have had extreme dry mouth ever since I started the medication. It usually starts within 3-4 hours of taking my first dose of the day. Does anyone else have this? If so what can I do to get rid of it?
Read more : dry mouth? | Views : 179 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Tecfidera (BG-12, dimethyl fumarate)


Something positive

All I do on here is vent or complain, and love that I van do that here, but for once I can post something positive.

I received results from my recent MRI and they were pretty good. Less lesions than 3 years ago, to start. I realize the presence or absence of lesions doesn't necessary indicate much as far as disease progression goes.

However, when I was diagnosed 7 years ago they found a large ...
Read more : Something positive | Views : 195 | Replies : 7 | Forum : Daily Life


 

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