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Inducing Oral Tolerance?

Anyone have any information on these trials?


Also does anyone have any information on the drug glatiramer acetate?

or any experiences?
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loriyas antibiotic log

After much research and deliberating I have decided to proceed with the antibiotic protocol known as the Vanderbilt protocol. I started with the first antibiotic last Wednesday, January 9th 2008. I will post occasionally on my symptoms, side effects, etc. I started with rifampin twice a day, will add azithromycin next Wenesday and then will do a 10 day pulse of flagyl out of 30 days.

Currently my symptoms include some tingling in my left ...
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Can MRI cause headache?

I had my first MRi scan this morning and I have had a vicious headache since that painkillers won't get rid of. Is this coincidence or likely to be a result of the MRI?
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Worms

Bob,

Here's the deal. Attached is a worm / immune system article. The deal is that you take two weeks off from posting.

My inbox is crammed with e-mails asking me to ban you for good. In my recent poll on the popularity of posters you got a worse score than Harry Z.

Nothing personal Bob, but I've got to think of the other users.


http://www.boston.com/news/science/arti ... evolution/

Ian
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trace elements and abdominal pain

now that i have discovered that my zinc is down, i reviewed some of my other vague and various issues in recent months. aside from the reappearance of the jimmylegs, i considered my three or four episodes of sharp, harsh, all-over abdomen pain. a quick search turned up the abstract below, but i really have only spent a couple of seconds on this so far:

Trace Elements in Human Health and Disease: An Update
The ...
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Hidden pain??

This is probably going to be very confusing for most. I am confused beyond belief.

In the past couple days I've started urinating like I used to be able to. Every time it all comes out. Every single time.


Aside from this wonderous miracle, I feel like I have icy hot in my urethra, all the way to my rectum It does NOT hurt when I urinate (and I did go for a UA, last ...
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Yay!! I don't have MS...I think?!?

Hi everyone- just an update. The new neuro at Mayo, in reviewing the 12 vials of blood taken for the myriad of tests she ran, combined with the MRI of brain, spine (thoracic and cervical) and the opthamalogist's tests have concluded that I don't have MS. So, was I misdiagnosed 10 years and countless meds earlier? She said my body could have cured itself, or the meds could have cured me, but that she was ...
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Scientists use cells to grow beating heart

The researchers took dead animal hearts and stripped them of everything except the blood vessels, valves and connective tissue. These scaffolds were then seeded with cells from newborn and foetal rat hearts and, after four days of growth, the organs started to contract. Within eight days, the hearts were beating.
Not nerve cells in particular, but another step forward
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/jan/14/medicalresearch.sciencenews
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IV Vitamins, anyone?

I was curious to find out if any of you had done any IV drips of vitamins. My wife was diagnosed back in 1990 and has had most of the symptoms I have seen on this forum. About 5 years ago, she literally exercised herself into complete numbness from her chest down. She couldn't feel her feet or walk for about a month, and we were really unsure of what to do. She had never ...
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