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Off-Topic Reminder!

Okay, Tovaxinites, get out there today and VOTE! I hear that some precincts are providing free coffee and Dunkin'/ Krispy Kremes. Do let me know if you're in one of those districts... I may meander over and join you...

:lol:
Read more : Off-Topic Reminder! | Views : 1852 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Tcelna (Tovaxin)




Research matters

Something for our US friends to read after you have voted.

http://www.mssociety.org.uk/document.rm?id=4999

PS Lyon - all you have to do is put a cross next to the name of the man you want to be your next President. They couldn't make it easier for you.
Read more : Research matters | Views : 1475 | Replies : 5 | Forum : General Discussion


High Dose Cyclophosphamide outside of the US

In theory I shall be receiving high dose Cyclophosphamide treatment here in the UK.

My neurologist was not at all comfortable with the idea but I insisted that it was what I wanted so he referred me to a colleague who, in my first neurologists words, "favoured aggressive treatment">

I have had one meeting with my new neurolgist who, despite recommending against it (he thinks it rather risky but, after researxh, I think he may ...


another way to increase beta-endorphines?

I have only had a quick glance over this article, and do not understand it, but have saved it off for later reading.

the abstract=>http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=483721
the full article=>http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/picrender.fcgi?artid=483721&blobtype=pdf

I guess I am hoping someone will take a higher interest in it... :oops:
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New here - need help to help a friend with MS

Hello everyone.

A close friend was diagnosed in 2005. He was just awarded Social Security Disability since he cannot work anymore.

He was on Copaxone, which was covered under his employer's health plan.

Now that he is no longer employed, he found out that the Copaxone is NOT covered by the prescription plan he has with SSD.

This is all new to me, and I am trying to help him find out if there is ...
Read more : New here - need help to help a friend with MS | Views : 1500 | Replies : 5 | Forum : Introductions


Quit my job - new departure for me

I was on Mat leave from an excellent job. Great boss, state pension, loved my colleagues, own office.....but a long commute from home. 8 month old son, and before I even got pregnant was hanging onto my job by the skin of my teeth. I had no life to speak of, just work, eat, sleep. I had a fulltime creche place booked for my son for Jan but I started examing how I felt about ...
Read more : Quit my job - new departure for me | Views : 1566 | Replies : 6 | Forum : General Discussion


Emerging therapies

A 20 min video on emerging therapies.

I'm too busy to watch it, but I think of all those single people with MS in cold climates with nothing else to do.

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/582729

PS I'm a big US fan (holiday destination, muscle cars etc), but one export I cannot forgive is your wretched trick or treat which kids here now embrace. I've opened the door six times this evening and ...
Read more : Emerging therapies | Views : 2110 | Replies : 3 | Forum : Drug Pipeline




I got a JOB!!

Tomorrow is my last day on my current assignment. I have been really bummed about it. I got a call today from the company I have been contracting with and the offered me a new position and the best part is I will be working from home. YEAH!!!

I have to go to Raleigh NC for 3 weeks training for the new position. BOO!! (leaving Sunday) But i need the job and the benefits so ...
Read more : I got a JOB!! | Views : 2564 | Replies : 18 | Forum : General Discussion


 

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