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HiCy Relieves MS Symptoms

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Our very own Chris Young ladies and gentlemen!

Mel continues to do well, her 3 month was v.positive, she aced the maths test for the first time ever, gait is better, walk test is faster and EDSS has dropped.

Heat really flares things up by they settle when cool, it's HOT in Houston, we've dropped the AC to 70 from its usual 75-77 and that has done the ...
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Small Update but Positive...and THANKS to JimmyLegs

Well I tried the Magnesium....its been about a week now I think...but I do notice a difference. The turning point was last night I thought..."I'm not hurting as bad, I'm not so stiff," and I think it's the Mag because I stopped the Zanaflex after a few doses.
Sure I feel tired at the end of the day and all if it is not totally gone but I do feel some relief.....its not as bad ...
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Trialresults IVIG in SPMS and PPMS

This placebo-controle 24 month trial showed some effect on disability progression. But its noteworth that 120 of 231 patients withdrew from the study for "various reasons".

--Frank


Intravenous immunoglobulin in primary and secondary chronic progressive multiple sclerosis: a randomized placebo controlled multicentre study
01 September 2008

In patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), IVIG was shown to reduce the relapse rate and progression of disability. In patients with chronic progressive MS, a beneficial effect ...
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NeuroVax

Hi,

I was trying to find the current status of the NeuroVax trials but couldn't find much at all. As far as I can see, Orchestra Therapeutics no longer exist as an active company:

http://www.smallcapnetwork.com/scb/say-goodbye-to-orchestra-therapeutics/1217/

So is NeuroVax dead? Was it actually any good anyway?

Cyclops
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"Extreme makeover " for cells

This looks like an exciting breakthrough and a promising new path for regenerative medicine to go down:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 01829.html
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Supplements regimen questions

Hi all,

After researching the internet for a few weeks we have compiled a first basic list of supplements (well i guess 6 supplements make a basic list compared to the 17 proposed by the BBD..!).As safety is a major concern we preferred to start with a small list that we feel confident about,with a view to continue researching and adding supplements along the way. (BTW a great thanks to all the natural approach thread ...
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activity level and symptoms? tell me more



My question for today is: Talk to me about how activity level and types of activities affect your symptoms? I've seen mention of this in some other threads; it hasn't shown up much in my 'general MS' reading I've done elsewhere except as a vague "rest is helpful" kind of thing.

What ...
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Hello all.

I was diagnosed with RRMS in 1997 after being involved in a nasty motorcycle crash which i walked away from. I suffered three relapses within a very short period of time which prompted my consultant to start me on Avonex.

I was taking Avonex for two years when i came across Rebif 44 whilst researching treatments on the internet. I asked my consultant if i could switch drugs and he agreed and i have been ...
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new but not diagnosed..

Hello all... just wanted to stop by I have been reading these posts and feel like.. wow this all sounds so firmiliar. I live in WA which for some reason has the highest MS rates in the nation. *shrugs* I have been to doctor after doctor for years and everything always gets blamed on stress and or anxiety disorder and according to doctors "nothing is ever wrong" however i have pretty much all of the ...
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Raised ALT levels with Rebif.

Hello all.

I was diagnosed with RRMS ten years ago and have been injecting myself with Rebif 44 for eight of those years. I have just recently had a blood test taken to moniter my liver and have been told by my M/S nurse that i have a level of 171 and that i should have another blood test. Is this considered high?

Thanks for your help.
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