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Deep-Brain Stimulation

On the one hand, brain surgery is a scary thought, on the other hand options to deal with MS symptoms are always welcome.



With Deep-Brain Stimulation, Neurosurgeon Believes In Magic

A surgical procedure most closely associated with relief of tremors in patients with Parkinson’s disease is offering relief for other movement disorders and soon will be considered at Ohio State University Medical Center for those with select psychiatric disorders as well.

The procedure, deep-brain stimulation, ...
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Newbie here!

Hi boys & girls, I'm Josh. I'm a 27 year old feller from a tiny little town in central Illinos. I was diagnosed with MS in Jan. of '06 when I had optic neuritus in my right eye. Thinking back, I've had several numb spots on my legs and back leading up to the big O. N. I started out with a horrid neuro in Bloomington IL. I ended up going up to the University ...
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Epigenetics and neural stem cells

I don't really understand most of this paper, but the combination of epigenetics and neural stem cells was too interesting to ignore.



Epigenetics and neural stem cell commitment

Hai-Liang TANG, Jian-Hong ZHU
Department of Neurosurgery, Fudan University, Huashan Hospital, Shanghai 200040, China
National Key Laboratory for Medical Neurobiology, Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University, Shanghai 200032, China

Neural stem cell is presently the research hotspot in neuroscience. Recent progress indicates that epigenetic modulation is closely related ...
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Sysara or Arasys anybody ?

Heard about Syasara and it development for MS patients.

It failed so it was transformed into an apparatus to reduce your fat/body weight and increase muscle build up.

Now there is a lady MS patient who is actually using Sysara and yes she has several improvements. I like the thought.

I can not find any other Sysara related documents on the WWW.

Maybe anybody on this forum who is aware of any experiences with this ...
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100 Degrees and Fatigue!

I got back last week from a vacation in Breckenridge, CO. For those of you around the world, Breckenridge is in the Rocky Mountains. The elevation is 9000+ feet (2700+ meters for everyone but us in the US :p). The average temp was a nice 72 degrees F during the day. I felt great! I had virtually no fatigue and even played golf 3 days in a row.

As with all good things, my trip ...
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How do you take your supplements?

I am looking at the supplement list at David Wheldon’s site, all of them I’ve encountered on this forum too. So I seriously started to consider taking (some of) them, doing some calculations along the road.
So the daily (essential) supplements are:
- N-acetyl cysteine 600mg twice daily: 2 pills
- Vitamin D3 4000 IU: if I take a 2000 IU /pill dose, that’s 2 pills.
- Vitamin C 1 g: easily available dose for ...
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UK stem cell early trial for MS

Dear all,

One of the UK's leading lights looking at stem cell therapies for MS is Professor Neil Scolding who is based in Bristol, England. He has been doing work for a number of years and is being funded by the UK MS Society. It now looks as if the first human trial using bone-marrowed derived stem cells has started at Bristol. It is early days, but this is a bona fide trial - not ...
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New disabled guide to London

Here's a new guide that should be useful for any disabled visitors to London:

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/79499.php
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Poem

Hi there

I just wanted to share this great poem that I read, hope it touches someone else, as it did me :



After A While

by Veronica A. Shoffstall




After a while you learn

the subtle difference between

holding a hand and chaining a soul

and you learn

that love doesn't mean leaning

and company doesn't always mean security.

And you begin to learn

that kisses aren't contracts

and presents aren't promises

and you ...
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