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Any others on Ty with these problems

Hi,
I have been on Tysabri for 14 mo now. it has been a god send has changed my life... untill 2 mo ago...

I also happen to have Crohn's disease, so this med was made for me....
I started just not feeling well at first... more tired then normal.... then muscle and joint pain... feeling like i had a cold orr flue too.... i just had my infusion friday and now i am not ...
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Any others on Ty with these problems

Hi,
I have been on Tysabri for 14 mo now. it has been a god send has changed my life... untill 2 mo ago...

I also happen to have Crohn's disease, so this med was made for me....
I started just not feeling well at first... more tired then normal.... then musule and joint pain... feeling like i had a cold orr flue too.... i just had my infusion friday and now i am not ...
Read more : Any others on Ty with these problems | Views : 1408 | Replies : 0 | Forum : Tysabri (Antegren or Natalizumab)


TREM-2 "in the wrong place"

TREM-2 has previously been thought to play a role in MS. Now it has been found in the spinal fluid of MS patients:

A protein that helps keep immune cells quiet is more abundant in the spinal fluid of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), further boosting suspicion that the protein, TREM-2, may be an important contributor to the disease.

More of an immune-control protein might seem like a boon to MS sufferers, whose symptoms are ...
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Quick test for MS

This could be an interesting development: one of the big problems with MS has been a suspicion that the disease process begins years or even decades before symptoms show. If that is what happens, we could be missing crucial points where intervention might be possible, or which at least might give us a better understanding.
If this new test becomes commonplace it might become possible to check apparently healthy people, and therefore discover the true ...
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Any Canadians on Betaseron?

Are there any Canadians here on Betaseron? If so, What format does your Betaseron come in - Syringe and vial or Betaject Lite Autoinjector?
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Revimmune at JH?

Curious if anyone knows the details of why JH is no longer accepting patients. To many requests? Study is complete? Etc., etc., etc.? The Rush program is geared a bit differently and I have family close to Baltimore.
Thanks,
Lars
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New Job-ADA

Can a person be denied employment for disclosing their MS in a required medical exam after accepting a job offer?

Its my understanding that under the ADA a person can't be turned away once disclosing something like MS because any judgments have to made on their current condition...not what could happen down the road.

I couldn't find any threads about this topic!

Thanks for any input.
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Glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate not better than placebo

Its "just" in Athritis, but there might be some relevance for MS too, as Glucosamine might offer a potential future treatment for MS
In favour of the supplements it has been noticed that the placebo group had some hard to explain "clinically important reduction" in loss of cartilage.

Link

--Frank
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Not Specifically MS (ALS) but good for neurons

Sangamo BioSciences Initiates Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) ... SB-509 to be Evaluated in Repeat-Dosing Study in Subjects with AL...RICHMOND Calif. Sept. 3 /- SangamoBioScience...Sangamo's drug SB-509 is an injectable formulation of a plasmidenco...

emailDate:9/3/2008

SB-509 to be Evaluated in Repeat-Dosing Study in Subjects with ALS

RICHMOND, Calif., Sept. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sangamo BioSciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: SGMO) announced today that it has opened a Phase 2 clinical trial (SB-509-801) ...
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New Rebif formulation Phase IIIb Results

I looked for a post of these, but couldn't find it here.

Results From IMPROVE Study Show Therapeutic Effect of New Formulation of Rebif(R) at 16 Weeks in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis
Date:9/21/2008

-- Study meets primary endpoint by demonstrating significant effect of new formulation of Rebif(R) on disease activity as measured by MRI after 16 weeks of treatment

-- Data presented at late-breaking session of the World Congress on

Treatment and Research in Multiple ...
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